Faculdade Educacional da Lapa
FAEL was established in 1998 to allow access to knowledge and quality education through innovative distance teaching methodology. Located in Lapa, within the metropolitan area of the city of Curitiba, in the state of Paraná, FAEL serves approximately 35,000 students and offers undergraduate and graduate programs online and through one campus and 113 accredited undergraduate learning centers covering all states in Brazil. FAEL is focused on providing blended learning offerings in the top three high-demand knowledge fields, including business, education, and technology.
Instituto Profesional IACC
As the first 100% online professional institute in Chile, IACC college offers a variety of educational opportunities to working adults with on-line and hybrid learning programs, granting associate degrees. It has also developed training and teaching capabilities for the employees of corporate customers. IACC fully leverages and develops Apollo Global’s educational expertise and brings it to the benefit of Chile’s adult population.
Universidad de Artes Ciencias y Comunicación
UNIACC is one of the leading arts and communications universities in Latin America and is renowned for its high-profile faculty and state-of-the-art technology. UNIACC offers nineteen bachelor, four master and one doctoral degree programs. In 2004, UNIACC became the first university in Chile to teach a fully on-line undergraduate program, and today offers in all six fully online programs, including undergraduate and graduate, plus one blended undergraduate program, mainly serving the needs of working adults.
Founded in 1975, ULA is renowned for its dentistry, medicine and communications programs accredited by the Ministry of Public Education (Secretaría de Educación Publica, SEP) in Mexico. ULA carries authorization from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, UNAM) for its high school and undergraduate psychology and law programs. ULA offers 27 degree programs and has four campuses throughout Mexico, including two in Mexico City, one in Tlalnepantla de Baz, and a fourth in the city of Cuernavaca.