Accelerate Education (AE) is the world’s largest and most profitable educational technology company.
The company has raised over $1 billion in venture capital and received more than $1.5 billion in funding.
AE has also raised more than 100 million dollars in private equity, including from Facebook, Oracle, Zynga, Google, and Amazon.
AE is best known for the “Accelerate” program that allows companies to accelerate learning and learning outcomes by offering up to $10,000 to students who enroll in courses.
AE’s Accelerate program is one of the largest and fastest growing programs in the world, with more than a billion students in over 120 countries.
Here are the three main points to understand about AE’s “Accel” program: 1.
AE accelerates student learning, not courses.
Students are offered a choice of up to two courses per month.
Students will have a choice between four courses from AE’s educational software, or three courses from Coursera.
AE does not teach the skills needed for an advanced degree.
AE graduates have been able to earn their degree with no prior work experience or prior knowledge of technology.
AE doesn’t teach the essential skills of digital learning, as these skills are only required for high school and college graduation.
AE students receive credits for a variety of learning activities in order to maintain their certificate.
For example, students who complete three courses per year from AE will receive a Bachelor’s degree, with a Certificate in Applied Computer Science.
AE offers an opportunity for students to earn a Master’s degree with an Advanced Degree.
For more information, read the AE Accelerate FAQ.
For an overview of the three “accelerators” of AE, read this article.
AE accelerated students’ college completion rate.
In 2017, students in the AE program earned a bachelor’s degree in just over 18 months.
The rate was 23.3 percent, which is better than the rate for students who received their undergraduate degrees in less than one year.
AE continues to grow its number of Accelerate students.
The average number of AE Accelerates in 2018 was about 13,000 students.
AE announced in 2016 that it would be expanding its Accelerate student base to more than 35,000.
For 2018, AE plans to add an additional 5,000 Accelerates to the program.
This expansion of Accelerates will add about 1,000 additional Accelerates per year, but the company is not yet making any announcements about what will be added.
AE plans more partnerships.
AE recently announced a $500 million investment from Softbank, the largest Japanese telecommunications company, and a $1 million commitment from Facebook to AE.
AE also announced plans to partner with the University of Illinois, the University and the University-affiliated businesses, the universities, and the community to create new educational opportunities for students and the AE community.
For instance, in 2019, AE will expand the education initiative with the Universities of the Americas Initiative.
AE competes with other companies in education.
AE claims to have more than 40,000 educational products, including the “academic platform for digital learning.”
In addition, AE’s business partners include Cisco Systems, Intel, and Microsoft.
AE supports education in nearly every country in the World.
AE currently has partnerships with institutions in 20 countries, including some of the most advanced universities in the globe.
The following is a brief overview of AE’s education partnerships: 1a.
The Universities of America Initiative.
AE will partner with universities in six countries: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, India, and Peru.
AE already has partnerships in Brazil and Peru, which will be announced in 2019.
AE says it will partner in the United States in 2019 to provide additional resources for universities to partner in learning and accelerate the graduation of students.
In 2018, the company partnered with the universities of New Zealand, Singapore, and South Korea to expand its education initiatives.
The university partners have been working with AE on a number of initiatives including the Accelerate Accelerator Program, which offers up to a $10K/year Accelerate Scholarship to students in their first year of college, as well as a partnership to accelerate the completion of their degree in the first year, starting in 2019 at the University at Albany.
AE was also a partner in 2018 with the university of California, Santa Barbara to increase the graduation rate of its students.
The Accelerate Collaboration.
AE partnered with IBM to accelerate course completion by a third-party company.
This partnership allows students to enroll in up to three courses at a time from a single company and receive credits to keep their degree.
Students can also receive a certificate from the company, which can be used to demonstrate a student’s competency in the technology field.
The University-Assisted Business Development Initiative.
In 2019, the university-assisted business development initiative will be launched to