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Georgetown, Guyana

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ABOUT US

Nations Incorporated, formerly Nations University, is a private tertiary education provider which evolved from School of the Nations almost two decades ago. Nations Incorporated runs a number of schools of excellence offering courses in the fields of Business, Management, Law, Education, Accounting and Technology.

Registered with the National Accreditation Council (NAC) to operate as an educational institution in Guyana, Nations Incorporated offers a wide range of qualifications, including MBA, LLB (add) LLM, MA Education,BA (Top Up) Business Administration and a number of Advanced Diplomas and Certificates from various awarding bodies, including the University of London,  University of Cambridge, University of Bedfordshire, ACCA, Project Management Institute (PMI)®  and the Association of Business Executives (ABE).

Nations sees education as a means of realising individual potential and a powerful force in the transformation of society.

The campus is located in the centre of Georgetown. The comfortable air-conditioned lecture and tutorial rooms are equipped with LCD projectors, televisions and whiteboards. Students have access to high speed DSL internet, the Sports Centre, Library, Student Common Room as well as onsite parking. 

Nations Incorporated is a leading educational provider in Guyana offering tuition to over 2500 tertiary students. Nations is the 3th largest center for ABE of their 245 centers worldwide and has received many top paper awards over the years.

 

THE NATIONS FAMILY

Our team of educators bring together a host of practical experience and theoretical knowledge of each of their different areas of specialization. 

REFLECTIONS ON 20 YEARS AT NATIONS

Twenty one years ago Brian was undertaking a UNICEF consultancy in West Africa. One weekend I was free and a friend took me to Lome in Togoland to see a private school operated by a young couple. That brief visit was highly significant. It proved to be the inspiration for Nations in Guyana.  That visit was in April and by September of that year School of Nations opened its doors.

 

We would like to thank some of the pioneer families  from twenty years ago who entrusted their children to our care when Nations was just a vision. To Ian and Mary McDonald,  Bernie and Anita Fernandes, Mr & Mrs Hilbert Shields, the Lyes, Mr and Mrs Williams and others from twenty years ago thank you for your faith in our hopes. 

 

From that inauspicious birth in an impoverished West African country Nations has surely come a long way.

 

Nations now operates a well developed pre school, primary and secondary departments & has welcomed students from 47 countries over the past two decades.  

 

Nations is delighted to have a number of students with special needs including children with Downs Syndrome, vision and hearing difficulties and Autism fully integrated into the regular school. In addition a number of children with profound disabilities attend the Special Unit which is part of School of the Nations. 

 

In the 5th & 6th Forms the students write the prestigious University of Cambridge IGCSE and Advanced Level examinations. Nations 6th Formers have gone on to earn Undergraduate, Masters and PhD degrees from some of the top Universities internationally.  An integral part of the 6th Form experience is the service project where students work in orphanages, the special unit attached to Nations, tutor children in language or maths skills or work on the Tiger Bay project. More than 80 children from Tiger Bay come into Nations 2 or 3 times per week to benefit from tutoring in maths, English, and computer skills. This programme has operated for the past 6 years and receives funding from our neighbours, including Stanley and Michelle Mings and the New Thriving Restaurant.  

 

​Nations began its tertiary provision almost 18 years ago by offering a series of International Diplomas from the University of Cambridge. More than 450 students earned these diplomas in; ICT, ​Travel & Tourism, Office Management, Business and Teacher Training.  Other courses have been offered by the Institute of Commercial Management in the UK, and the Association of Business Executives also in UK.

 

More than 45 students are now enrolled at Nations in the University of London LLB programme. 

 

Nations formed a partnership with the Australian Institute of Business (AIB) and has now enrolled more than 400 persons onto the MBA programme that Nations offers in collaboration with AIB. 

 

We are in the process of holding consultations with five top UK universities re other diplomas, certificates and degrees in the fields of; travel & tourism, educational leadership, oil and gas, technology subjects and policy studies. The Directors on Nations will be undertaking a two week visit to UK in late November and early December  to visit 6 top UK universities to develop new partnerships and to introduce other programmes to Guyana.

 

The research branch of Nations, Nations Research Institute (NURI),  has already undertaken consultancies with UNICEF, the World Bank, IADB and the ILO in areas such as child labour, HIV/AIDs, disability studies, literacy and early stimulation. We are delighted to welcome the former Chief Education Officer, Mr Olato Sam, to take charge of NURI.     

 

​It has therefore been a long journey from that visit to Lome in West Africa.​  But my wife and I have been enriched by every step taken over the past two decades and look forward eagerly to what the future has in store for the Nations family.

 

- Brian and Pam O'Toole

Ashme Singh

Ms Ashme Singh is the Head of the Nations School of Law, she graduated as Valedictorian at Zeeburg Secondary in 2000 she went on to pursue her Bachelors of Law (LLB) at the University of Guyana and then opt for the challenge of Accounts and is now an ACCA Affiliate where she was presented with the Special Award for achieving the highest average in the Professional level for ACCA Examinations in the Caribbean for 2013. Ms Singh then decided her career need an extra boost and furthered her studies by self-studying her Masters of Law (LLM) with the most prestigious University the University of London. She now has approximately 10 years’ experience lecturing the ACCA F4 (Corporate & Business Law), ICM - Business law and Project Management (specifically the Financial and commercial framework), lecturing the LLB (London External Programme) at Nations School of Law and lecturing Principles of Business Law, The Business Environment, Corporate Finance, Managing in Organization and Corporate Strategy & Planning with the Association of Business Executives.

Ms. Singh lives by the following quotes, “the more difficult the challenge the more rewarding the triumph” and “we are what we repeatedly do, therefore excellence is not an act it’s a habit.”

ABE Lecturer

​Shamar Quintin

Shamar Quintin is one of our youngest Facilitator that is currently pursuing a second Master in Arts – International Relations and World Order from the University of Leicester as this is his passion. He currently holds a Bachelor of Arts – History with the University of Guyana and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) with the Australian Institute of Business (AIB). Shamar occupation is an ISO/BCMS Coordinator at Massy and a Part-Time lecturer at the Nations School of Business & Management in the areas of Marketing.

 

“My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive and do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor and some style”

ABE Lecturer

Terrence Jaskaran

Mr. Terrence Jaskaran is currently the Audit Partner at Maurice Solomon & Company.

His journey began at Queens College where he realized his dreams was in an Accounting firm, he then went on to pursue high passes as a Certified Accounting Technician (CAT) but his studies did not stop there he became a Member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and earning highpoints as best graduating student for Guyana. He is a Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Guyana (CA), an Associate Member of the Association of International Accountants (AAIA) and a Forensic certified Public Accountant. He has a Certificate in International Auditing (CertIA). Terrence then took a break from accounting and completed his Master of Business Administration (MBA) in 2014 but decided he will also conquer one more career by presently pursuing Bachelors in Legal Laws (LLB).

ABE Lecturer

Anna Mohase Fox

Ms. Anna acquired both her BSc in Business Management and PGDip in Development Studies from the University of Guyana, PGDIP in Project Management from the Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business (UWI), Advanced Certificate in Supervisory Management from the Caribbean Institute for Quality (CIQ), American Society for Quality (ASQ) and Loyola University, New Orleans. In 2013 she was awarded a Commonwealth Scholarship to pursue her Master from Bangor University, UK.  Ms Anna has had the pleasure of being part of the dynamic team of lecturers and support staff at Nations School of Business & Management since 2010, lecturing in the field of Human Resources and Marketing.

ABE Lecturer

Mohamed Wazir Khan

Mr. Khan completed his Bachelors in Business Management from the University of Guyana and has since then been teaching for a total 13 years. He has received three top paper award certificate from ABE for providing a high standard of tuition.

 

Apart from facilitating for ABE Mr Khan serves in the capacity as the Head of the Maths and Business Department at School of the Nations.

ABE Lecturer

Lisa Ahmad

Lisa decided at an early age that she wanted to be a game changer and problem solver, so it wasn’t a shock when she studied Business Administration at the Australian Institute of Business and locked down an MBA in it.

She proceeded to work in fast upscale companies, doing what she does best—promoting a positive and work efficient environment in the office. However, her drive for change is propelling her on new grounds, to earn Bachelors in Legal Law (LLB).

In her free time, Lisa loves to go dancing or to sit and watch a great game football over a tasty plate of food. She is a conversationalist, an avid gym goer and an adventurer that believes “moment’s count calories don’t”

ABE Lecturer

Pauline Jones

A part-Time Lecturer at Nations School of Business- Management Center, Ms. Jones-Alleyne is qualified in Diploma in Public  Communications, (U.G) Diploma in Personnel Management and Industrial Relations- London, Bsc in Sociology (U.G), Certificate- Training of Training in Human Resource Management (UWI), Graduate Diploma in Management Studies - ICM, London, MA in Christian Counseling/Psychology(WBC/CETA), Human Resource Management (ILO), Industrial Relations (ILO),USAID/Supreme Court of Guyana Certificate- Basic Mediation Course, Advance Mediation Course, Refresher Mediation Training, Diploma in Legal Studies, Employer Law, Laws and the Judicial System, Introduction to Contract Law, Fundamentals of Business Law(London), Training of Trainers Programme (ISI Network Organisations, London, Training Skills Workshop for Social Security Trainers ( Caribbean Community.

ABE Lecturer

Max Persaud

Max has lived and worked abroad for over 40 years. He brings a strong International experience and knowledge in project management and customer service solutions. He is passionate about coaching people to realize their vision and ambitions.  He has lectured at universities in Canada, Singapore and now in Guyana.  He runs his own Management Coaching Consulting Company and has coached senior management in many corporations in Guyana on the Purpose and Quality of Life at Work.  Max holds Degree in Economics, Project Management and Global Supply Chain Management and he has been lecturing at Nations since 2008.

ABE Lecturer

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