ILSC Seoul will offer students in Korea opportunities to begin studies in downtown Gangnam, before continuing to one of ILSC’s seven language schools in Australia or Canada, to complete their final required language levels.
CEO of edm Education Dong Seong Seo noted that 2020 had been “one of the most challenging years for both education providers and students who wish to pursue their academic careers abroad”.
“Through this new collaboration, we hope to offer alternative learning paths to students in Korea”
“However, instead of being hindered by the obstacles, we’ve decided to take a leap forward,” Seo said.
“It is our great pleasure at edm to take our long-time partnership with ILSC one step further by opening ILSC Seoul. Through this new collaboration, we hope to offer alternative learning paths to students in Korea.”
ILSC’s University Pathway programs, on which the provider collaborates with a network of university, college and TAFE partners, have been a “tried and tested” formula of success in higher education for students globally, the partners added.
“At our Seoul campus Korean students will experience the same academic quality for which ILSC is known and respected worldwide,” Paul Schroeder, CEO of the ILSC Education Group said.
“We’ve appointed Trevor Anderson from ILSC Melbourne as academic director at ILSC Seoul and he will work closely with our academic and university pathway teams to deliver seamless progressions to higher education experiences in Australia and Canada.”
ILSC Seoul will officially launch on May 24, 2021.