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UK University has developed an international online learning tool and fully safeguarded social media network for high ability 13 to 18 year olds. The tool aims to help the brightest young people with school work, teach them to be more effective learners, provide information on careers and give them the opportunity to connect with other young people from around the globe.
The university is seeking reciprocal agreements to help promote the portal amongst bright 13 to 18 year olds.
The online portal has 11,000 members, 85% of which are UK based. With a target of 40,000 members by the end of 2017, the portal is particularly focused on growing its international members. The company is looking for commercial agents who can promote this portal amongst respective countries in Europe.
The portal is free of charge in the EU, and carries a minimal administrative cost outside of the EU. There's no formal registration process, but the company would prefer teachers to nominate students they feel are of high ability or have the potential to be so.
The university aim to influence large groups of teachers and schools to encourage them to nominate students for free membership.
This portal is the only fully safeguarded social media network and online learning centre for 13 to 18 year olds in the world. In 2013 a leading newspaper editor described the portal as a
The ideal partner would be an organisation who can develop credible relationships with educational institutions and teachers through access to associations, unions or governmental groups in a specific geographical area. Whilst it may be useful to speak directly to schools and teachers, the university are looking for partners who can deliver substantial increases in membership numbers within its territory.