SEC has a thriving and growing international membership and presence. In fact, the sun never sets on SEC! Our members currently work in or have knowledge of 44 education systems.
Education companies that work internationally
Adam Smith International http://www.adamsmithinternational.com/map/?sector=10&expertise=74
Cambridge Associates International s provides education consultancy, training and school management services worldwide. http://www.camb-ed.com/Schoolsservices/Internationalschoolservices.aspx
Carfax Educational Projects has a portfolio of experts and highly qualified consultants. The list below comprises just a small portion of expertise available, and additional consultants with any specialism or set of skills can be provided to meet the needs of any client or project.
Nord Anglia Education https://www.nordangliaeducation.com/about-us/learning-services Work as a strategic partner to the government in the UK and across key global markets such as the Middle East. There key markets: Vocational Training; Organisational Improvement; Consultancy and Support services; Inspection Service; Curriculum Development; Teacher Training.
Research Triangle International http://www.rti.org/page.cfm/International_Education_Studies
Ruskin Education http://ruskineducation.com/?page_id=1758 is an organisation focussed upon promoting educational quality across the Middle East, Africa, Europe and the UK with a specific focus upon private and international schools and organisations. Ruskin Education are committed to working in partnership and creating innovative solutions to local challenges that combine the best of international research and practice with a secure understanding of local needs and contexts. We currently work with international and private schools, governments and education providers and investors to provide support, guidance and management services globally, having offices in Dubai and the UK.
Serco International- Serco Learning has a large team of experienced specialist education consultants who deliver bespoke and packaged consultancy services to International Schools all over the world. They work in partnership with International School leaders and managers assisting with transformation through ICT to help educational visions to become reality (V2R).
Scandinavian Education Services - offers a comprehensive range of Consultancy, Management Advice and Expertise Globally and is located in Stockholm, Sweden, and specialises in New Schools Start-Ups and Elite International Education. Se.eds has a wealth of international experience and expertise, and undertakes assignments globally.
Tribal International - Tribal inspect many different types of independent schools including large international schools. Their inspection and consultancy work is diverse, operating in the UK and overseas.
British Council employ a large number of short-term and long-term consultants in the delivery of technical assistance to projects and programmes. They are continually updating our database of experts. In particular, British Council is looking for experienced consultants with experience in international development work, preferably through one of the large donor organisations.
Directorate for International Development (Education) https://www.gov.uk/international-development-funding?keywords=&fund_state%5B%5D=open&development_sector%5B%5D=education
US Agency for International Development (Africa) http://www.usaid.gov/where-we-work/africa
US Agency for International Development (Asia) http://www.usaid.gov/where-we-work/asia
US Agency for International Development (Middle East) http://www.usaid.gov/where-we-work/middle-east
US Agency for International Development (Latin America and Caribbean) http://www.usaid.gov/where-we-work/latin-american-and-caribbean
US Agency for International Development (Europe and Eurasia) http://www.usaid.gov/where-we-work/europe-and-eurasia
Asian Development Bankhttp://www.adb.org/sectors/education/main
African Development Bank http://www.afdb.org/en/topics-and-sectors/sectors/education/
World Bank http://www.worldbank.org/en/topic/education
SEC colleagues living and working abroad