Corporate Profile

Informatics Education was founded in 1983 in response to the demands for skilled Information Technology (IT) manpower and knowledge-based workers arising from Asia’s rapid economic
growth. In May 1993, it became the first private lifelong learning company to obtain a listing on SGX Mainboard.

Over the last 34 years, it has evolved with the global education landscape and built a strong track record as a quality global education provider laying the foundation and boosting the careers of over 1,000,000 students worldwide. It currently operates in more than 50 countries through its flagship school Informatics Academy, Singapore; its training solutions provider, Informatics Education Hong Kong and its globally recognised awarding institution, NCC Education UK that licences its British qualifications to over 160 accredited partner centres worldwide.

IT courses are offered at foundation, diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate levels to students from as young as pre-school age to mature learners. Besides IT courses, Business Management courses are offered at higher education levels with pathways to university degree and masters qualification. To accommodate the varied lifestyles and needs of individuals, institutions and corporations, courses are offered via diverse learning modes from traditional classroom to e-learning.

VISION

To be a global leader in providing quality education and training services.

MISSION

To educate and train global citizens to make them effective and competent contributors to society.

Student Centric

We focus on understanding our students and putting them first in everything we do.

People

We empower our people to be professionals demonstrating the highest standards of ethics and integrity.

Innovative Culture

We manifest creativity and innovation in our development, delivery of programmes and services.

Social Responsibility

We strive to be responsible corporate citizens in every society that we operate.

Results

We endeavour to provide sustainable returns to our stakeholders.