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From schools to universities, Marsh monitors the current trends within the education sector to assess, prioritize, and manage a wide range of risks.

Marsh has provided dedicated risk management advice and support to educational organizations for more than 50 years.

Today, education institutions face a wide range of risks, from campus security and safety, to compliance with government regulations, cyber risk, and more.

Marsh's Education Practice is at the forefront of new and emerging insurance and risk management challenges facing our education clients. These risks can damage an institution’s reputation, profitability, and even viability in the face of increasing public and government demand for board and trustee accountability.

Our industry leading solutions include the implementation of integrated risk programs and group captives for some of the nation’s pre-eminent universities and school districts.

Taking a consultative approach to risk management, we help schools, academies, colleges, and universities better understand their risks. Our risk assessment capabilities – backed by our dynamic risk-mapping technology – help you benchmark, quantify, and manage financial and operational exposures in the areas of property, employers liability, natural hazards, and many other areas of risk.

We help education institutions to manage exposure to physical, consequential, legal, management, financial, and reputational risk – drawing on a bespoke portfolio of innovative insurance solutions and risk management services that meet the specific requirements of your educational institution.

Our global network of over 650 specialized and seasoned professionals develop innovative solutions that meet the risk management and insurance challenges of schools, colleges, and universities, helping assure boards and governors that critical risks have been identified and addressed and total cost of risk minimized.