Education group The Chopras sets up operations in Singapore

The Chopras Group, with interests in higher education, career management and student recruitment, has set up operations in Singapore with the objective of using it as a base to expand regionally in the South East Asian markets. To start with, the group will offer students Psychometrics, Higher Education Management, Test & Language Preparation, and an exclusive set of EB-5 investment opportunities. Subsequently, it plans to offer a wider range of services designed for universities and corporates including strategy, leadership development and action learning.

With the launch of the Singapore operations, The Chopras aim to reach out to professionals and students across key markets in South East Asia. Some of the prime markets, in addition to Singapore, include Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia and Philippines.

“All our initiatives are a response to the global need for meaningful education that prepares students for a world that is being taken over by automation with few new jobs emerging,” said Mr.Naveen Chopra, Founder & Chairman of The Chopras Group on the occasion of the launch of the group’s Singapore operation.

“We look forward to extending our services to Singapore students and contributing to the country’s development goals through our activities in the education space and by using our Singapore headquarters to open other new markets that we venture into in the foreseeable future,” added Natasha Chopra, Co-Founder and Managing Director, The Chopras Group.

The Group is also in the process of setting up The University of North-West Himalayas, in the State of Uttarakhand, India, the first batch of which should be enrolling in Fall 2020. The goal of the university, which will be open to students in Singapore, will be to produce lateral thinkers of the future.

The Chopras Group have also recently joint forces with America’s leading financial institution (Regional Centre) to market the EB-5 and preferred equity investment opportunities in the highest quality real estate with leading developers in New York, Los Angeles and Florida. U.S. Congress created the EB-5 Program in 1990 to enable high net worth Foreign Investors to obtain a U.S. Visa for him/her and its immediate family by investing a minimum of $500,000 in a U.S. business that will benefit the economy and create 10 jobs for American workers. Each year, the U.S. government allocates 10,000 visas for foreigners who invest through the program.

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