Kaplan Myanmar University College (KMUC) is part of Kaplan Inc., one of the world’s most diverse education providers and is the largest subsidiary of Graham Holdings, formerly The Washington Post Company. As one of the pioneering foreign education groups to set up campus in Myanmar, KMUC specialises in a wide array of programmes leading from foundation and language programmes to higher education Degree programmes. Building futures, one success story at a time, KMUC aims to enable students to achieve their educational and career goals through industry-relevant learning that is respected by employers worldwide.
Located at one of Yangon’s busiest streets along Pyay Road, Kaplan Myanmar University College campus is a 9-storey building, a sprawling space for SMART lifestyle and a blended learning environment for students to acquire knowledge, exchange ideas and engage through social activities. The campus hosts facilities such as co-working spaces, sports studio for table tennis and state-of-the-art classrooms – The Synergy Pods.
The Synergy Pods are created to be innovative yet practical and fully interactive, providing a visually stimulating and immersive learning environment for our students. These modern classrooms enhance students’ learning experience and engagement through teacher-student discussions and peer-to-peer collaborations.
KMUC is also the first college to initiate digital currency on campus. Using mobile phones, students can accumulate digital currency through good grades and attendance to redeem for food and drinks, fitness classes and merchandise on campus.