RMIT English Worldwide (REW) has signed a contract with Mastereign Enrichment Group to provide English language training in Singapore.
Around 40 people attended the official signing on the 18th of April, including Mr Christopher Rees, Senior Trade Commissioner and Strategic Business Unit Heads and Programme Directors from the Mastereign Group.
The contract extends to all 4 enrichment groups-C'ignature Arts, Kingmaker Consultancy, Mastereign A'cademy and Vivarch Enrichment.
Up to 150 high school students will study REW's English Academic Passport language curriculum in 2013.
Commencing from April, the English courses will be offered as part of an after school program to improve students' English.
Ms Rachel Holthouse, CEO of RMIT Training, said the value REW adds to Singapore education is an understanding of the relationship between academic skills and English language proficiency.
"The REW program will provide something that both students and families are looking for as education becomes more competitive and increasingly concerned with quality outcomes."
REW's academic English programs are taught through partners in Bangkok, Vietnam, China and Indonesia as well as its local language centre in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
"The partnership between Mastereign and RMIT English Worldwide reflects the quality that both brands are known for and the global perspective that is increasingly relevant to today's students," she said.
RMIT Training is delighted to be working with such a respected organisation and looks forward to offering English programs to school students across Singapore.
REW is a division of RMIT Training, a company wholly owned by RMIT University. The latest move strengthens its presence in South East Asia.