Mathnasium franchise

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Mathnasium franchise

Transform lives… starting with yours.

Own a business that’s rewarding in every way: change children’s lives and prospects through the power of maths, while commanding your own income and circumstances too. From your local centre(s) and online, your instructors will deliver the Mathnasium Method: high-quality maths tuition, individually tailored to each child.

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About Mathnasium


You’ve reached a point in your career where you’re ready for a change – a big change. Something new, something different, something you can call your own. But what does that opportunity look like?

With a Mathnasium franchise, the opportunity is clear: you’ll be in the business of changing lives, making a great living while making a huge difference.

No teaching experience is required: you’re buying a business, not a teaching job. Our UK education manager will empower you with all the skills you need for that side of your business.

"I thought, you know what, I want to feel my own value. I want to make a real difference."

Rab Selvaratnam, Mathnasium Harrow – a former banker who wanted to feel rewards that were beyond just financial


Help hundreds of children aged 5 – 16 years old gain confidence and problem-solving life skills through conquering maths. From your local centre(s) or via video calls, your instructors will deliver the highest quality maths tuition, completely tailored to each child, using our proprietary Mathnasium Method. It’s proven, powerful and personalised – and so is our franchise model.

"I felt like there was something missing – something more I should be doing with my time."

Mandeep Mangat, Mathnasium Wimbledon – a former finance professional who chose Mathnasium to leave corporate life forever

How you grow your business is up to you…

Lucrative Lifestyle business

Owner-manager role, £100K+ earnings per year

Build your first centre managing your team of maths tutors and grow your student base to earn £100K - £150K per year in c. 2-3 years.


Build a MULTI-CENTRE empire

Owner-director role, £1m+ EBITDA per year

Multi-centre operations have the potential to deliver £1M+ EBITDA per annum from an 8-10 centre operation, proven in USA.



The jobs of the future aren’t about memorising things from a piece of paper. Maths is fundamental to STEM careers such as computing and engineering, and it also gives children lifelong analytical and critical decision-making skills.

There is a growing crisis with the lack of skilled maths teaching in the UK, an issue our centres address with the Mathnasium MethodTM. Our proprietary teaching materials and techniques have been built around the UK curriculum and are delivered to each child via a personalised learning plan that addresses their specific needs. Your team will teach for understanding, not rote learning.

You’ll have more than 22,000 pages of resources to call on to drive the best results for children in your local community. And with Mathnasium@home, the same face-to-face online learning with your instructors ensures children maintain their progress – and you maintain your income.


Our most successful franchisees are all hands-on with their centre(s), starting out in an owner-manager role and employing their team of tutors. The speed and scale of growth is up to you, with the flexibility to move into the role of owner-director and open multiple centres with your own management team, or to continue growing a single centre.

Centres are generally open 3pm – 7pm, Monday to Thursday, plus Saturdays during term time, with slightly longer opening hours during the school holidays.

"Having a very good package and support in setting up my franchise really appealed to me."

Dan Tregoning, Mathnasium Fulham – an experienced entrepreneur building his own multi-centre tuition business 


Our team consists of business leaders and education innovators, with a passion for helping children and supporting franchisees. They know, first-hand, what each franchisee experiences: John Preston took over as UK franchisor after becoming the country’s most successful franchisee, following a career in international finance and business development for large blue-chip companies.

“After a health scare I recovered and returned to work, but the enjoyment had gone. While I still wanted a healthy income, I now wanted to do more, to make a real difference. I started looking for a business which offered great income potential while helping others and found Mathnasium. Do your due diligence – this is an incredible business opportunity.” 


If you are interested in learning more about the Mathnasium business opportunity you will need:

  • The passion and pedigree to help children thrive
  • The confidence to relate to affluent parents
  • To be hands-on with your centre(s), particularly at the beginning
  • At least £30K of your own capital to invest (with the ability to borrow for a total investment of £85K to £140K, depending on location)

Mathnasium's history

Larry Martinek created the Mathnasium Method after observing how his mathematically-gifted son, Nic, approached the subject. Larry had to adapt how he spoke with Nic about maths, a principle that still holds true in our mission statement today: to teach children maths in a way that makes sense to them.

Beginning on that bedrock in 2002 with a single centre in Los Angeles, Mathnasium grew rapidly as specialists in the subject. The global network now stands at more than 1,000 centres teaching children in communities worldwide.

The brand grew quickly after launching in the UK, and John Preston, the most successful franchisee, became the UK franchisor.

John draws on his own experience, plus the backing of Mathnasium’s international expertise, to support ambitious, successful people to transform lives… beginning with their own. Who better to mentor you on the journey to success?