Aga Khan Academies worldwide |18 schools in 14 countries to develop future leaders with the skills and knowledge to support positive development in their societies

The network of Aga Khan Academies will eventually form an integrated global learning community of about 18 schools in 14 countries (see a map), serving approximately 14,000 girls and boys of exceptional calibre and graduating 1,500 students annually. The Aga Khan Academy, Mombasa-AKDN / Gary Otte The Aga Khan Academy, Hyderabad. | AKDN / Gary…

Aga Khan Academy Hyderabad 2017 graduation ceremony | 69 International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme students concluded their journey at the Academy

69 International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme students concluded their journey at the Academy with a formal afternoon Graduation Ceremony on Saturday 20th May 2017. The event was attended by Academy senior management, faculty and staff as well as parents, extended families, fellow grade 11 senior school students and invited guests. Director of Academies, Mr. Salim Bhatia…

AKDN at the IB Conference: A day before in AEM Regional Conferences, workshop titled ‘Many Muslim Voices’ was held for teachers and administrators of IB schools

The International Baccalaureate (IB) holds three Regional Conferences each year for educational leaders, decision makers and practitioners involved in delivering IB programmes around the world. The conferences showcase best practice in education, and invite a prestigious range of speakers to highlight key issues in international education today At the 2015 AEM (Africa, Europe and the…

Aga Khan schools to launch on bi-lingual curriculum — NTV Kenya video on Aga Khan Academy Mombasa’s programme intends to roll out to all its 20 institutions in Asia, Europe and the US

NTV Kenya The Aga Khan Academy in Mombasa has introduced a bi-lingual programme in its education curriculum that it intends to roll out to all its 20 institutions in Asia, Europe and the US. This new bi-lingual programme will see pupils and students learn all their subjects in English and Kiswahili. ***** Related Post on…

Applications Invited for the AKDN Curriculum Development Project

05 June 2015 The Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) invites experienced IB educators to join us this year for the AKDN Curriculum Development Project.  This will pair IB educators with continuing AKDN development projects with a view to creating curriculum units and resources suitable for use in IB schools.   The agencies of the AKDN…