Singapore's Global Schools to invest $550 million in India's education sector
Singapore-based Indian-origin Global Schools Foundation (GSF) announced on Tuesday plans to invest
Singapore-based Indian-origin Global Schools Foundation (GSF) announced on Tuesday plans to invest over USD 550 million in India's school education sector by 2026.
GSF, which already has a presence in Bangalore, Pune, Ahmedabad and Noida, has seen a massive post-Covid increase in demand for admission from domestic communities moving across cities within India as from families relocating from foreign shores to India and vice-versa.
GSF plans to expand its international curriculum offering campuses in India through greenfield expansion and mergers and acquisitions into cities such as Bangalore, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Madurai, Nagpur and Noida.