Galileo Global Education is committed to pursue a positive societal impact through education. Our efforts to help our partner schools improve their own social and environmental impacts are a vital and growing part of our work.
This year we have reconfigured our Impact strategy to focus on the main ways in which GGE and our schools create and enable positive societal impact.
We are focused on driving improvements in the areas that we believe are fundamental to delivering our ambition of being world leaders in education and playing our part on building a more sustainable future for all.
Enabling everyone to succeed
We provide our students with skills and knowledge so that each one can prosper, whatever their starting point, whatever their background, and whatever their goals. We endeavour to provide accessible, safe, and healthy learning environments so all our students can thrive.
Transforming education and lives
We aim to transform the world of education and training through innovation and hybridisation of disciplines, pedagogies, schools, and geographies. Thanks to the outstanding quality of education we provide, all our students leave equipped with cutting-edge knowledge, skills, and capabilities – and ready for employment and entrepreneurship.
We know our students want to make a positive impact on our world. We teach the skills and competencies they – and society – urgently need to address critical societal and environmental challenges.
Our robust governance and risk management policies ensure we always conduct our business to the highest possible standards. We deeply value and respect all our employees, and our business practices foster their wellbeing and development. We also have strict guidance on diversity and inclusion and health & safety. The on-site campus experience is an important part of the student experience for many of our schools. We recognise our duty to run our campuses and offices sustainably and efficiently, respecting our planet and the needs of the people in it.
Our goals are ambitious, and these efforts are gradually bearing fruit: they are and will be the result of substantial changes we are making to the social impact of our teachings and the environmental impact of our campuses; of the utmost attention to ensuring that students can study in total safety and inclusion; and above all of major technological and organizational innovations in teaching methods and content.