Is your young person is an ambitious, high-achiever? Each year, the World Economic Forum seeks out individuals who reflect global diversity, innovate to promote public interest and value authentic exchanges towards public-private cooperation. These incredible individuals are then invited to join a five-year programme. Could you see your child as one of these individuals in the future?

Global leaders 2019

We looked at the current global leaders and were struck by their altruism, passion, conviction and positive actions. Take these leaders for example. Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, at 16, got the support of New Zealand’s Jacinda Ardern and American Katrina Lake, at 34, is the youngest female founder ever to take a company public. Other game-changers include Aliko Dangote in Nigeria, CEO of Dangote Industries and the Crown Prince of Dubai, Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. Dangote is credited with helping Nigeria become self-sufficient in the cement, agriculture, mining and petroleum sectors and helping establish a top tier business school and Hamdan heads up the Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Establishment for young entrepreneurs.

Introduce your child to the world of business

So how can you introduce your child into this awe inspiring world? Has your child shown leadership potential and you’re keen to introduce them to the world of business? We’d suggest enrolling them on outstanding academic UK Summer Programme. Courses include Mini-MBAs, Business and Entrepreneurship, International Politics and Relations, Medicine Preparation Programmes, British Culture Programmes, International Business and Public Speaking/Debating Programmes.

The courses provide an international and cosmopolitan environment for your child to develop as an individual and learn from different cultures from around the world. And their CVs, university applications, confidence and aspirations are all boosted too.

Contact us about the current academic courses. This is just the start of your child’s global journey.