Ownership structure
Kunskapsskolan Eduventures is a joint venture between Kunskapsskolan Education Sweden AB and Gyandarshan Eduventures Private Limited.

Kunskapsskolan Eduventures develops and provides Kunskapsskolan’s offer and services in India. Kunskapsskolan Education Sweden AB is a private company owned by Peje Emilsson, his family and companies and Kunskapsskolan management.


Kunskapsskolan Sweden

Kunskapsskolan owns and operates 29 secondary and 7 upper secondary schools in Sweden with a total of more than 13,000 students (2018). The Swedish head office provides all schools with shared services for real estate, IT, finance, marketing, communication and educational development.

Kunskapsskolan delivers vocational training in Sweden under the brand name SkillEd to help adults acquire the competence that our corporate partners are looking for.


Kunskapsskolan India
There are currently four schools in India completely operated on the KED Program with a total of 3,000 students (2018).
The first one, Kunskapsskolan Gurgaon, opened in 2013 and is situated close to the capital New Delhi. It operates all grades from pre-primary level up to grade 12. In the same city, you find Kunskapsskolan International, similarly building a future ready generation through personalized learning and life skills. Kunskapsskolan has two more schools in Lucknow and Bangalore. Starting at pre-primary level, they will cover all grades up to 12 when built to full capacity, offering CBSE curriculum.

Kunskapsskolan also works with KED Network schools in India that in various ways adopt the KED Program and its different tools such as the Learning Portal.
The KED Program is used for vocational training in India through the joint venture company Kedman.


Kunskapsskolan Nederland
Kunskapsskolan Nederland supports schools in achieving their ambition to structurally realize personalized education to challenge every individual student to accomplish more than they ever thought possible. In a feasible
and affordable way, inspired by the KED vision and principles. 

Approximately 60 (2018) Dutch schools that work with the KED Program are part of the public domain formulating their own educational promise towards students and parents. They are eager to include the Kunskapsskolan personalized way of learning according to the KED Program. Kunskapsskolan Nederland provides these schools with the KED Program and the Learning Portal, in effect offering the structure, tools, knowledge and experience to help them realize the learning environment they seek a partnership that makes it possible for approximately 10,000 Dutch students and 2,000 teachers (2018) to experience the KED Program in real life.



Kunskapsskolan Middle East
KED has been selected as the preferred academic sponsor of the newly opened school Nün Academy, Kunskapsskolan Jeddah in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. In addition, KED is developing a complete curriculum for
independent schools in the Middle East, provided through KED’s distinguished online Learning Portal platform tailored for local curricular requirements.


Kunskapsskolan UK
Schools in UK are being supported by Kunskapsskolan through the KED Program’s student centered, highly personalised approach to education, pioneered in Sweden and now used across the world. Currently, about 20
schools in the UK are committed to developing their teaching and learning based on the KED approach and are actively involved in the wider KED Network.


Kunskapsskolan USA
The Great Oaks Foundation (GO) and KED have established a partnership to provide the Swedish organisation’s innovative methodology to the students at the Great Oaks Charter School in New York City. This school occupies a facility that Kunskapsskolan built specifically for the delivery of its student-centered program.

“Several years ago, I visited one of Kunskapsskolan’s schools in London,” said Michael Thomas Duffy, the President of the Great Oaks Foundation, “and was deeply impressed by the student-centered program that I saw.”



South Africa

On a nonprofit basis, KED provides support to Bajabulile Primary School in the Mamelodi township outside Pretoria in South Africa. The school has about 1,300 students aged 3 to 13. The support includes guidance in how to develop teaching and learning based on the acclaimed KED methodology and through regular contact with colleagues in the KED Network.