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CEG and Reading extend pathway options in UK

International students will have a pathway to courses at Henley Business School in the UK via a renewed agreement between CEG and the University of Reading.

The renewed partnership will provide a pathway to study at Reading's Henley Business School. Photo: HBS

"The renewed partnership expresses a shared ambition to offer more exceptional choices to the next generation of global business leaders"

By successfully completing a foundation program with Cambridge Education Group ONCAMPUS at the University of Reading, international students will be able to progress to undergraduate or postgraduate degrees at Henley Business School, as well as other Business and Economics programs.

“The University of Reading is committed to engaging in strategic partnership work with leading players in all aspects of its educational mission,” said pro-vice-chancellor (International) Paul Inman.

“CEG shares our desire to offer an excellent engaged experience for students wherever in the world they live”

“The Cambridge Education Group has an international presence and shares our desire to offer an excellent engaged experience for students wherever in the world they live.”

ONCAMPUS provides pathways to international students at 12 centres across the UK, Europe and the US.

The Henley pathway builds on a 2017 partnership that focuses on a range of Art, Design and Communication degrees. The renewed partnership will enhance the university’s global reach and ability to continue attracting outstanding students from across the world, the partners agreed.

“The renewal of our partnership with the University of Reading and Henley Business School expresses a shared ambition to offer more exceptional choices to the next generation of global business leaders and we look forward to developing further opportunities for international students in the years to come,” explained Brendan Webb, co-CEO of Cambridge Education Group.

 

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