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Bring Your Own Device for Education

Key benefits:

  • No cost to the school to run
  • Enhance the learning experience, inside and out of the classroom
  • Retain control without increasing risk or exposure
  • Ensure sustainability and scalability of mobile ICT programmes
  • Personalised learning for students
Summary

Achieve your IT ambition

Bring your own device (BYOD) for schools, provides a tailored education funding scheme which can be implemented into your learning environments in the most cost-efficient and scalable way possible.

Developed by educational experts within Wesleyan Bank, it enables you to provide your students with 1:1 learning access to laptops and tablets based on the popular 'Bring your own device' model.

The cost of the device is funded via a monthly payment scheme, paid for by parents, making this solution a cost-effective and efficient scheme for schools to implement.

Flexibility is at the heart of this ICT programme. Wesleyan Bank is independent from ICT manufacturers, so you are not restricted in your choice of device. In addition, the length of your agreement can vary from two to four years, with payments structured to suit you, your pupils and their parents.

Included in the package is a full range of flexible insurance options, so you can manage the risks associated with damage, loss, or payment shortfalls.

All this is supported with expert consultation, advice and guidance from Wesleyan Bank at every stage. As a BESA member, you can be assured that Wesleyan Bank is a reliable and trusted provider to the education sector.


Speak to one of our dedicated and knowledgeable account managers today to see how we can help your school achieve its technological ambition today.
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