Our education initiatives entail collaborations and partnerships across the world through the power of connectivity.
We partner with universities to foster technological innovation, contribute to the development of mission critical technical capabilities, advance satellite-based business solutions, develop engineering talent, and support PhD research.
Our academic partners include:
- Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST)
- Center for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) at the University of Luxembourg
- The Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance (FDEF) at the University of Luxembourg
- Jack Welch College of Business, Sacred Heart University, Luxembourg
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
- The Lycée Technique d’Esch, Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg
- The International Space University, Strasbourg France
- Université Paris-Sud, France
- The University Politechnica, Bucharest Romania
- The Stevens Institute of Technology, New Jersey US
- Princeton University, Princeton US
- The African School of Economics (ASE), Abomey-Calavi Benin
Being able to access online teaching material is a vital part of modern education. As the world’s leading satellite-enabled solutions provider, we are the ideal partner to empower communities and people everywhere on the planet. Our e-learning initiatives bring education and knowledge- sharing solutions, as well as provide Internet connectivity that works to bridge the digital divide, fuel economic growth and foster societal development.
Whilst our e-learning programmes are deployed across the world, in the last few years we have focused our efforts in the African continent, where satellite technology is best placed to reach rural and isolated areas. We have therefore worked with governments and public institutions in Africa to encourage them to embrace satellite technology to accelerate education development program.
This has initiated broadband policies that address digital inequality, promote investment in infrastructure, and encourage economic and social development.
In Nigeria, we’ve leveraged our satellite technology and infrastructure to run e-learning programmes since 2015. By partnering with the Nigerian Government to implement a number of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) projects, we are bridging the digital and information gap that exists in rural areas and providing more e-learning facilities to underserved communities.
e-Learning can mean that students around the world can access courses in any field, and governments or institutions can generate programmes aimed at specific learning goals.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
We recognize that we must inspire the new generations towards and we invest in considerable resources to get involved in local and global activities in this field.
Read more in our brochure: "Engagement Beyond Frontiers"