For growth and enlightenment
For growth and enlightenment
Linking education around the world...
Linking education around the world...

Contact

Please email:

matt@mgh-educonsult.co.uk

Or call:

+ 44 (0) 7793227622 (Cell)

+ 44 (0) 1482 345807 (Office)

News

DATE CHANGE: Is Africa set to become the 21st century Asia for international education? In a data driven and interactive day conference, we have an event that explores the traditional student recruitment models but also provides an insight into student mobility, partnerships & TNE in the continent. 30/3/17 in Manchester, details here

 

WITH THE U.A.E. AVIATION INDUSTRY TO CONTRIBUTE $53b BY 2020, AWARD WINNING LILA LIVERPOOL ARE OFFERING EXCELLENT ENGLISH FOR AVIATION PROGRAMMES IN DUBAI, WITH NEXT INTAKE FEB 17!  - GET DETAILS HERE

 

MGH ENTERS INTO PARTNERSHIP TO SET UP & DEVELOP FOOTBALL ACADEMY IN GHANA - READ MORE HERE

 

MGH PRESENT AT THE HE GLOBAL TNE EVENT - READ OUR BLOG HERE

 

MEXICO AND THE UK STRENGTHEN EDUCATION LINKS - MGH TIES WITH MEXICAN PARTNER

 

MGH LINKS WITH SOUTH KOREAN PARTNER

 

REPORT ON THE AFRICA STUDENT RECRUITMENT CONFERENCE 2014 - ORGANISED BY MGH & WORLDVIEW EVENTS

 

WORKING PARTNERSHIP WITH ITESM (MEXICO)

 

MGH NOW AN OFFICIAL UKTI PARTNER AS A MEMBER OF THE GATEWAY TO GLOBAL GROWTH PROGRAMME

 

MGH PARTNER SETS UP PRESENCE IN INDIA

 

MGH BREAKS NEW GROUND IN THE BALTICS

 

SETTING UP PARTNERSHIPS IN BULGARIA

 

TNE - "Glocal" students

 

MGH AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE AFRICA STUDENT RECRUITMENT CONFERENCE 2013, HELD RECENTLY IN WEMBLEY, UK

 

MGH HOLD DISCUSSIONS WITH EQUATORIAL GUINEA AS PART OF HORIZON 2020, THE COUNTRY'S MISSION FOR FUTURE CAPACITY BUILDING

 

Private pre-University Study in the UK - a Nigerian perspective.

 

Expanding Links in West Africa

 

The UK Border Agency to be Scrapped (March 2013)

 

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Kits 4 Africa

In 2003, Matthew Hornshaw became an English FA qualified football coach in order to coach his eldest son's school class in a safe, organised and credible environment for 6 year olds. His love of football and desire to pass on knowledge and fun to children has become a passion and this has shaped his thinking ever since.

Following visits to various African countries and picking up on their love of the beautiful game, it was obvious that football played a big part in life. Men, women and children watched and followed football with a passion and it became obvious that here lay the opportunity to form a wonderful and fulfilling partnership.

So, in 2006, with help from local football clubs, parents and players, Matthew set up an inititiative to engage with local African schools and Kits 4 Africa was born!

Following discussions with the British Council South Africa, Matthew linked with local schools to see if he could help them with anything football related that would aid the children in engaging with each other, their teachers and the local community. As 2010 approached, the first ever African World Cup was looming and David Beckham was in town! So Matthew joined forces with the British Council and with great support from Hull City AFC, a full junior team kit was handed over to a school in the townships of Johannesburg. Kits 4 Africa had gone soccer mad!

This was only the start and now Kits 4 Africa has moved on to Ghana and Nigeria and is beginning to collect supporters and benefactors. Plans to stage local small sided competitions between schools are afoot and already coaching has been undertaken in Ghana.

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