RMIT English Worldwide (REW) has signed a contract with the Australian Education Management Group (AEMG) for the delivery of English language training to students in China.
Around 300 students will study REW’s English Academic Passport language curriculum each year as part of Collaborative Articulation Programs (CAP) between RMIT University and Central China Normal University (CCNU).
Student numbers are expected to grow as further agreements are finalised with other universities in China through AEMG.
The new contract includes the Advanced and Advanced Plus levels of REW’s academic English program.
REW Commercial Director, Grant Taylor commented on the strength of REW’s presence in China.
"We are excited to be working with AEMG and CCNU to provide quality English language training in China," Mr Taylor said.
"Our English Academic Passport program is one of the best academic English programs in the world."
"Our partnerships with offshore institutions are vital in positioning REW’s English programs overseas. They provide students with an opportunity to successfully engage in English during their studies, in the community and throughout their career."
REW is a division of RMIT Training, a company wholly owned by RMIT University.