Kaplan Pathways

Kaplan was founded in 1938 by educational pioneer Stanley Kaplan. Stanley initially wanted to go to medical school but was rejected because of ethnic quotas – a sad feature of education in that era. This discrimination left a lasting impression on him, and he eventually conceived a test that was fair in order to allow students to enrol based on merit alone. In the 1940s, Stanley’s fledgling education business began to thrive, and his success led to the creation of a whole new industry.

Today, Kaplan International Pathways guides more than 20,000 students to university each year. Our strong partnerships with universities in the UK, USA and Australia have opened up amazing educational opportunities to students from across the globe. However, there’s always more to do, and we look forward to carrying this spirit into the future.