Last year CEG made its first venture outside of the UK by expanding its pathway partnership programmes to Boston with ONCAMPUS at Wheelock College. It also launched its international high school, CATS Academy Boston last summer to prepare international and US national students for degree study at America’s “most prestigious universities”.
“We can now offer our quality network of partners a full portfolio of programmes in the education capital of the US”
“We can now offer our quality network of partners a full portfolio of programmes in the education capital of the US,” said CEO Fergus Brownlee in a statement. “Boston Academy of English will further raise our status as an unrivalled institution of learning, whilst allowing us to provide the finest and most comprehensive range of educational facilities in the city.”
Established in 1996, owners Marisa and Ken Krall recently relocated Boston English Acadmey to its current location in downtown Boston. The school is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and provides students with residency 25 minutes away.
The language school will be integrated into CEG’s Stafford House School of English group which has schools in London, Brighton and Canterbury, however the Kralls will remain in their rolls “ensuring a smooth transition of ownership” said CEG.
Stafford House School of English will be accepting bookings for Boston from January 1st 2014.
CEG has also looked to the Netherlands to establish foreign growth by expanding its FoundationCampus pathway brand offering at the University of Amsterdam earlier this year.