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Tutor Doctor Franchise

As a prominent leader in the multi-billion-pound industry of private tutoring, Tutor Doctor franchise is experiencing one of the fastest growing international expansions of any educational company in the history of franchising.

With 15 countries, 640+ franchises around the world, Tutor Doctor has changed the lives of 300,000+ people by helping them with their academic goals. This is accomplished by utilising a unique one-to-one tutoring approach that matches students with professional tutors based upon the students' individual needs.

While each year Tutor Doctor has continued to grow at unprecedented rates, it is the commitment to the core philosophy - every child can learn, but not every child learns the same way - that remains the source of Tutor Doctor’s success.

The tutoring process remains the same, whether you are online or offline. Every student is assessed and carefully matched with the best possible tutor. We devise a custom-tailored program for the child, and offer support throughout every step of their learning journey. To facilitate the best possible online tutoring experience, we’ve teamed up with software provider Bramble for our program.

Min Personal Investment: £33,000
Min Total Investment: £ 33,000
BFA Relationship: Associate
Franchise Type: Management
Industry: Childrens

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