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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Dukes Education Group's estimated annual revenue is currently $9M per year.(?)
  • Dukes Education Group's estimated revenue per employee is $180,000

Employee Data

  • Dukes Education Group has 50 Employees.(?)
  • Dukes Education Group grew their employee count by 25% last year.
  • Dukes Education Group currently has 1 job openings.

Dukes Education delivers high-quality education for students of all ages through three core offerings: top-performing GCSE and A-level Colleges; Education Consultancy; and Summer Schools. Dukes Education's four colleges adopt a family-scale approach in delivering world-class outcomes for students. Each specialises in achieving excellence in a specific area. Cardiff Sixth Form College in Wales has come top of the Telegraph and Times independent school A-level league tables every year since 2010, making it the highest-performing A-level College in the UK. Fine Arts College, Hampstead, is widely considered the best college in London specialising in the Arts. Its alumni matriculate at the celebrated design, acting and art schools in London and New York, often going on to make their names in the art world, or grace the silver screen. Rochester Independent College and Earlscliffe, in Kent, provide outstanding university pathways in alternative environments from the neighbouring, highly-traditional schools. Students thrive on their interests and are governed by their own goals, in colleges that combine academic rigour with a modern, international outlook. Oxbridge, the Russell Group, and competitive courses such as Medicine are common destinations. The Dukes Education Consultancy brings together the UK's leading admissions experts for Oxbridge, the Russell Group, competitive US universities such as the Ivy League, and top independent schools. As well as serving the students in our Colleges, Dukes Education works privately with families to help them make the best choices, and prepare quality applications for a fulfilling education. Finally, our Summer Schools offer students, aged 8-17, residential, academic programmes in the University of Oxford, and prestigious British boarding schools. Students from 100 nationalities attend our six programmes each year, creating a truly international atmosphere that helps young learners to build a global perspective for the future.