Our Ethos

We are committed to helping Myanmar students achieve the best possible and world class education. Our approach is to give timely and informed advice, set new targets and help them see a world of possibilities.

Our aim is simple, we want the best possible options and outcomes for our students.


How we are different


Good education is life-changing. We believe that our Myanmar students have the aptitude and potential to achieve, with the right guidance and opportunity. Through our own experiences, we want to do what we can to help.

We provide care and direction at every stage of their higher education. Our role doesn't end after we send our students to our partner colleges and university. Our advice continues beyond college and university, on to internships and career options.

We focus on giving ethical, practical and useful advice as well as inspire students to achieve beyond their potential.




William YT Thant Co-Founder, Managing Director and Lead advisor

William graduated from Imperial College London with a first class honours in M.Eng. He is passionate about helping students achieve success and seeing them grow into confident individuals. His work involves inspiring students, coaching them for the best outcomes and consulting on educational pathways for the students and parents.

William has further involvement in the education industry in Myanmar where he is currently running two schools and working on a few education related initiatives. He is also involved in private investments focused on Myanmar.

Jonathan KZ Thant Co-Founder, Advisor for applicants interested in the medical field

Dr Thant is currently a specialist registrar in neurosurgery at Royal Stoke University Hospital in the UK.

Dr Thant read medicine at  the University of Glasgow, UK and graduated with a MBChB and BSc with First Class Honours. Passionate about education and teaching, Dr Thant co-founded the Imperial Merit Educational Advisory in 2009 and has mentored many Myanmar students since. He is the founding member of Peer Assisted Learning Initiative at University of Glasgow, a student organisation which teaches more than 600 medical students annually.

Caroline NPS San Kyi Advisor

Caroline graduated from the London School of Economics with a First Class honours in BSc Economics. Prior to LSE, she studied her A levels at DLD College London where she obtained 4A*s.

Caroline has a keen interest in coaching students in study skills and economics related subject matters, training students to study smart and effectively. Her past mentoring experiences include successfully helping budding economists, executives and entrepreneurs gain entry into universities such as LSE, University of Bristol and Warwick.

Nang Su Su Hlaing Advisor and Administrative Director

Su read BA English at Yadanarbon University in Myanmar and pursued a further Diploma in Newcastle, Australia.

Su is actively involved in student recruitment as well as managing a trusted relationship with parents. She has been through both the Myanmar and Australian education systems, allowing her to help students cope with the change in learning styles. Having received inadequate advice on overseas educational options, she is determined to make a real difference.