Capriole Developments” signs partnership agreement with “Valu” to fund Aspire schools student’s fees
Capriole Developments announced that it had signed a partnership agreement with Valu, the leading platform for buying now and pay later, in order to provide financing solutions with flexible offers to students of Aspire International School, one of Capriole’s companies.
The step came in line with Capriole’s expanding plan and its keenness to offer an added value to the education sector.
According to the partnership, the student’s parents registered in Aspire International School or parents who want to apply for their sons in the school will be able to benefit from the financing programs offered by Valeo, as it offers installments varied from six to 12 months with profit ranged between 1-1.5%. The platform also offers paying installments through digital payment solutions.
For his part, Mohamed Mofeed, Capirole’s CEO, said that the company is keen to offer a new trial to present an added value to the Egyptian education sector, as Aspire International School is seeking to establish an educational system based on high quality in every single detail.
Mofeed added that the partnership with Valeo came in order to facilitate procedures of paying tuition fees for the students and their parents .
He noted that Capirole has started establishing “Capriole smart education”, a new branch added to Aspire International School. The new school is built over 3.37 feddans and is located at the 7th district in the New Administrative Capital (NAC). It is following the British international curriculum, comprising 70 classes to place up to 1330 students. It is expected to operate starting from the academic year 2022/2023.
Aspire International School was inaugurated last year in New Cairo. The school is also following the British International curriculum and is considered as one of the smart schools which is mainly depend on blending the information technology with the educational process in the British IG system.
The school is following new ways of teaching which enable the student to understand lessons in their home through recorded videos uploaded on its educational platform, so the class time is for the practical apply of what they have already learnt throughout activities and individual and group projects which increases the interaction between the students.
Capriole developments aims to graduate a batch of students who are able to fit in the labor market. The company has over 30 years of experience in the Egyptian market and is considered as one of the leading Egyptian companies which established a strong and a distinctive trade mark abroad, especially in the United Arab of Emirates, as it implemented a number of projects coasted with billions of AED. These projects included sky scrapers, hotels, factories and educational institutions.