Ratio of programmes offered by Kaplan Higher Education Academy, Kaplan Higher Education Institute and our university partners.
— As of August 2023
|Institution Name||Teacher/Student Ratio
(Tutorial – Average Size)
|Kaplan Higher Education Academy (Diploma)||1:95||60 (PC Lab)|
|Kaplan Higher Education Institute (Diploma)||1:95||60 (PC Lab)|
|Kaplan Higher Education Academy (Foundation)||1:60||NA|
|Kaplan Higher Education Institute (Foundation)||1:60||NA|
|Kaplan Higher Education Academy (Language)||1:35||NA|
|Kaplan Higher Education Academy
(O-Level Preparatory Course)
|Birmingham City University||1:90||NA|
|Royal Holloway, University of London||1:75||NA|
|University College Dublin||1:100||1:80|
|University of Essex||1:80||NA|
|University of Portsmouth||1:70||NA|
Tutorial class size for University programmes is based on the requirements of the individual programmes as required by the University partners. The average tutorial class size is 1:55.
Kaplan Higher Education (KHE), which comprises Kaplan Higher Education Academy (KHEA) and Kaplan Higher Education Institute (KHEI), employs a pool of CPE-registered academic teaching staff in different areas of discipline. As we aim to ensure that the course/programme outcomes are achieved, we strive to maintain an optimum average lecturer to student ratio of approximately 1:35 for language programmes, 1:50 for O-Level preparatory course, 1:60 for respective full-time or part-time Certificate/Foundation programmes and 1:95 for Diploma programmes (1:60 for tutorials).
Kaplan Financial, part of KHEA, employs a professional team of CPE-registered lecturers and trainers that specialise in delivering a complete spectrum of audit, business & management, corporate governance, financial accounting, financial reporting, management accounting & tax subjects, corporate workshops and professional courses. Our lecturer-student ratio ranges from 1:22 to 1:150 for bespoke SCA courses is in accordance with the current course structure offering. (Note: The ratio may change based on the specific regulation requirement for courses with funding).