The Educational philosophy of the Unifaculty Foundation is firmly rooted in the principles of Common Sense...
For example, if a traveller was offered two routes to his destination and one of those was filled with potholes, diversions and hidden dangers whilst the other was straightforward and safe, we could likely predict which route most travellers would select.
Education too is a journey on which students travel. Those journeys require challenges, but not where they act against the interest of the traveller but rather enable them to face the challenge, win and then move on to yet higher things.
By applying Common Sense principles to tuition, Unifaculty's Colleges and institutes are able to provide sterling service and success to their student at affordable student fees.
This competitive spirit and exceptional value has enabled the Foundation to build a wide student and graduate base around the world. The Unifaculty Foundation presently has students and graduates in The United Kingdom and overseas territories, the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Africa, India, Singapore and Thailand.
The Unifaculty Foundation is a private foundation which relies for its income solely from student and customer fees and support from graduates. It has not applied and will not apply for government subventions or grants in any country either at local or national level.