Facilities & Infrastructure
At Kaplan, we make long-term investments in campus facilities to ensure the continued success of our partners.
Promoting sustained institutional growth
Our ﬁnancial strength enables us to make signiﬁcant investments in the success of our education partners, helping them to transform their campus facilities and enhance the learning experience for their students. Recent infrastructure investments include: Cutting-edge residential facilities with integrated learning spaces, state-of-the-art classrooms, new libraries with expanded digital collections, dining facilities, IT centers and campus-wide wireless networks.
Our $117 million ﬁnancial commitment to Nottingham Trent University led to the 2014 opening of Global Point, a residence with 449 bedrooms and academic support center. Global Point now serves students from Nottingham Trent and The University of Nottingham.
We invested $150 million in a combined residential and academic facility, located in the heart of BU’s Lansdowne campus. The 15-ﬂoor building, opened in September 2015, includes 393 rooms, an innovative learning center, and an on-site restaurant.
We committed $40 million to address a shortage of housing for international students. The investment allowed for the opening of two new residence halls in 2012 providing 276 spacious rooms and an immediate boost to student enrollments.
What Our Partners Are Saying
This building is an exciting new development in our constant efforts to offer the best student experience possible, and is a very tangible demonstration of how much we value our international students.
Professor John Vinney
Vice-Chancellor, Bournemouth University (Uk)