Meet Improve ME
SHAUN DASWANI, MSc
The senior department of the Improve ME Institute is headed up by Shaun Daswani, a teacher with over a decade of teaching experience.
He is a product of the British system and has attended two of the top ten global universities: Imperial College London and University College London.
Following his graduation with a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Economics, and a Masters’s degree in Financial Mathematics, Shaun worked as a Crude Oil Trader for the leading investment bank Morgan Stanley in the UK.
His academic record is unparalleled, with the highest recorded A-Level scores in his class at Jumeirah College, and would be beneficial to any student under his guidance.
“Excellency in Education”
Neeta Daswani is the founder, heart and soul of Improve ME’s success. She believes that education is a journey, that needs to be carefully manoeuvred by specialist teachers.
Being born and raised in Hong Kong whilst living and working in the UK enabled her to combine varied approaches for teaching students from FS-1 to Year 7.
Neeta’s passion for teaching and making a difference in every student’s life were the stepping stones to building something impactful for tomorrow’s ever-changing educational environment.
After moving to the Middle East, Neeta embraced all the endless possibilities; with a noble vision in mind and true passion in her heart, where Improve ME was founded.
“Education is a Journey, not a Race”.
JASON DASWANI, Msc
The middle school department of the Improve ME Institute is managed by Jason.
Jason has studied at the top colleges throughout his educational path. Not only at Dubai College but also at the London School of Economics where he obtained his MSc in Financial Statistics.
Following his graduation with a master’s degree, Jason has proudly been monitoring and managing the progress of students to achieve similar heights.
Jason’s approach encourages a strong and rigorous foundation in those young adolescent years before having to sit exams.
“Everything comes back to practice. It’s like exercise. No one likes it, and no one wants to do it, but when you do, everything gets easier.
Practice makes perfect.”