Navitas university programs currently comprises 19 colleges and 4 managed campuses in 8 countries. The Division provides opportunities for students to achieve university degrees via pathway preparation to university programs.
The Navitas Professional Division focuses on providing students and clients with relevant, practical tertiary and vocational skills, leading to positive career outcomes.
The unifying theme for the Navitas English Division is building bridges across cultures for individuals to pursue their goals and dreams.
The Division does this through the provision of English language training for international students, migrants and humanitarian entrants, settlement services and teacher training.
The Division is focused on supporting migrants, refugees and international students to foster skills and improve their educational, social and employment outcomes.
Navitas English delivers these programs and services through a number of highly respected brands. Over 1,000 staff are employed across 19 campuses catering for more than 25,000 student enrolments each year in Australia.
The Student Recruitment Division principally comprises EduGlobal, SOL, and EOL. On a consolidated basis, the Division operates 41 offices in 4 countries, employs over 450 staff and sends over 5,000 students abroad each year.
EduGlobal is one of the largest student recruitment agencies in China, recruiting for educational institutions in major Western countries including Australia, the UK, US and Canada.
The Division continues its expansion program with the opening of three new offices throughout China in 2009 and continued its agreement with several study abroad portals in China.
SOL is one of the largest education consultancies in India, recruiting more than 2,000 students per year across 14 offices, as well as providing education counselling, market research and student services.
EOL is based in the United Kingdom and is focused on domestic recruitment of both British and international students, as well as migration and support services.
While the business reported a 41% increase in student enrolments for the UK, its overall performance was impacted by the global economic downturn and a large deferral of business for its overseas and migration division.