Australian Franchises

Get set for 2013 with a new business for the new academic year

Get set for 2013 with a new business for the new academic year

Many people underestimate just how long it can take to establish a new business. Buying into an established franchise network is one way to reduce that time. However, there is still careful planning, preparation and training needed, no matter what the venture.

With the demand for private tuition on the rise, parents are looking to more affordable alternatives to the average spend over $2500 or more per year. With over 13,000 students in NSW alone vying for just over 4,100 places in selective schools, the pressure has never been more intense. Even the unpopular NAPLAN tests are seeing parents turn to tutors to get extra help for their children.

At MagiKats Tuition Centres, however, students are not put under pressure. The affordable tuition fees means that parents can enrol their children for the medium to long term, providing them with on-going support throughout their academic career – not just for exam time. This approach provides a great business model for anyone looking to provide tuition to children in their local area.

MAGIKATS offers its students:

  • Out-of-school Maths and English tuition, for students of all academic abilities, from pre-school to high school level
  • A study programme built for every individual
  • Weekly workshops where topics support the school curriculum
  • A core skills programme designed to fill any gaps
  • Development of strong study habits
  • Extra support when exams are looming
  • Confidence, concentration and independence

MAGIKATS offers its franchisees:

  • A proven system which has a unique place in the market
  • The flexibility of running your own business and setting your own hours
  • All key materials for the successful operation of your Tuition Centre(s)
  • Access to all future developments at no extra cost
  • Full training and on-going support
  • Marketing materials and support
  • An exclusive territory
  • The option to expand into multiple territories and also to take on management roles within the company


We look for people who are enthusiastic about education. You do not necessarily have to be qualified as a teacher. You do not need business experience. The skills you need can be taught to you as part of the training process. You must be willing to learn, be good with people, and of course be reliable, presentable and organised.


Visit our website,, for more information, or contact us on for an email information pack. The next step is then to meet with the originators of the programme for more in depth information, including about the business opportunities available to you. The next meetings will be held during September, so please contact us asap to reserve your place.


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