CEG partners with University of North Texas

09, January, 2015


Global provider Cambridge Education Group (CEG) has partnered with the University of North Texas (UNT) to offer the new University Transfer Program for international students, becoming the group’s third institutional partner in the USA.



The University of North Texas, the latest institutional partner for Cambridge Education Group


Oncampus Texas students will live and study at UNT – the USA’s largest public research university – in Denton, Texas. Upon completion of the University Transfer Program (UTP), students will have the opportunity to progress to the second year of a UNT degree course. UNT currently offers 98 bachelor’s, 82 master’s and 36 doctoral degrees across a range of subjects.

Fergus Brownlee, Chief Executive of CEG, said, “Oncampus Texas is an ideal opportunity for international students to experience life at an American university and gain a deeper understanding of the US and its education system. Our university transfer program has been specifically designed to support student success – academically, personally and professionally – and prepare them to complete their degree at UNT, one of the largest public universities in the US.”

Oncampus, which first established a presence in the US in 2012 and has partnerships with Wheelock College in Boston and Morrisville State College (a member of the State University of New York network), is part of CEG’s FoundationCampus brand, which also operates pathway programmes in the UK and the Netherlands. 

Richard Nader, Vice Provost for International Affairs at the University of North Texas, said, “UNT is part of one of the fastest-growing economic regions in the United States, and students can find excellent programmes focussed on science & technology, business, hospitality and tourism, dance and theatre; in short, you will receive an education that will take you far in life.”

Established in 1952, CEG also operates brands including CATS College academic colleges, Stafford House School of English and the Cambridge School of Visual and Performing Arts.

 

 

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