Stanford Education

History going back to year 2001, as a higher education collaborator in Hong Kong, Stanford Education institute (Stanford) has been a major force to reckon with in Hong Kong private higher education system. Being a bona fide education provider with an immaculate reputation to boast with, Stanford together with its UK partner, University of Northampton have been able to win hearts and minds of students who have come to Stanford to excel in their academics studies to  achieve their career goals. The past graduates have made significant contributions to both private and government sectors in Hong Kong, Macau, and China.

Stanford programmes are marketed together with partners of excellent reputation and high calibre in many different locations i.e. China, Macau, and Malaysia, giving students an opportunity to enjoy high quality education.

Stanford involves in life-changing mission for its students in the region over the last two decades. Operating from one of the most fast-pace environments in the world, Stanford students have the luxury to study University of Northampton MBA, EMBA or Bachelor Degree in Business, programmes without having to go to UK. This allows students to upgrade their knowledge by engaging with their forward thinking, trustworthy partner, Stanford that brings high quality University of Northampton courses to students’ doorstep.

This initiative taken by Stanford over the years has contributed to over 3,000 students from all walks of life being graduated with UK University qualifications. Stanford is proud that these students have been the changemakers for the institute they are attached to, and the society they represent.

Our Higher Education Philosophy

Stanford believes that education empowers people and therefore, education acts as one of the best ways to uplift lives and livelihood of people.

What Stanford is doing is to help learners in Hong Kong, China and Macau to have access to high quality British Higher Education at a very reasonably affordable price.

Therefore, Stanford involves in a life-changing mission for its students in the Region over the last two decades.

Stanford understands that delivering programmes using digital technology as much as possible is the way forward and is also the future trend of education in the world. The learners require flexible learning modes to complete their studies at the lowest possible opportunity cost. Knowing this important trend Stanford empowers students with right level of knowledge that is in line with the standard and quality set by Stanford’s UK partner universities using digital technology.

Stanford Service Pledge

Very high successful graduation rate indicates Stanford’s supper supportive commitment to learners to gain the required standard and quality level of knowledge to meet the learning outcomes of the programmes. Stanford understands that all the learners are different and they all carry diversified learning styles. Therefore, Stanford knows that one size fits for all concept does not applicable in education and as such, Stanford always supports students by understanding their individual needs and this makes Stanford to pledge a very high successful completion and graduation rate.

Vision & Mission​

Vision 2020 – 2025
To develop Stanford as part of the forward looking internationalised global e-campus with emphasis on holistic education in throughout Asian region that accepts bona-fide learners without any form of discrimination.

To provide quality, affordable education to the learners in all corners of the globe that would enrich every learner’s intellectual, cultural and social life irrespective of the region they have come from.

Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance
Stanford programmes are quality assured according to the benchmarks set out by UK’s Quality Assurance Agency

Quality Policy
To continuously improve the quality of our academic programmes, programme management and services towards learners, partner universities and other stakeholders.

Quality Objective
To provide quality, affordable education through effective and efficient programme management processes.

Moderation Process
There are several moderation processes that Stanford and the partner university undertake in order to ensure the quality of the programmes offered at Stanford are in line with the benchmarks set out by UK’s Quality Assurance Agency.

  1. Coursework specification moderation
  2. Coursework moderation
  3. Peer moderation
  4. External moderation.
  5. Boards of Examiners
  6. Annual Review processes via Annual Review Action Plans (Annual RAPs)
  7. Student-Staff Liaison Committee
  8. Periodic Subject Review

Equal Opportunities

Stanford welcomes students and employees from a diversified background.  The premises are designed to accommodate any such person that has mobility issues.  Stanford is committed to practicing an Equality and Diversity policy with regards to students and staff recruitment so that all are treated equally irrespective of race, colour and religion.

The students with special needs the students with physical disabilities are assisted by Student Counselling Officers.

It is the policy of Stanford to treat all employees and job applicants fairly and equally regardless of their gender, sexual orientation, marital status, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion, age, disability or union membership status.

Furthermore, Stanford will ensure that no requirement or condition will be imposed without justification that could disadvantage individuals purely on any of the above grounds.

The policy applies to recruitment and selection, terms and conditions of employment including pay, promotion, training, transfer and every other aspect of employment.

Stanford will regularly review its procedures and selection criteria to ensure that individuals are selected, promoted and otherwise treated according to their relevant individual abilities and merits.

Stanford is committed to implementing this policy to all the programmes of to ensure that the policy is, and continues to be, fully effective. The overall responsibility for the policy lies with the Management. However, all staff are required to comply with the policy and to act in accordance with its objectives so as to remove any barriers to equal opportunity.

Any act of discrimination by employees or any failure to comply with the terms of the policy will result in disciplinary action.