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Who We Are We are specialists in Business and Management Education and English Language Training with a global publishing profile having written and developed texts and series for major publishers such as Pearson and Kaplan with over 10 million sales worldwide, including major texts in Chinese, Russian and many other languages. We have extensive experience in consultancy and research with bodies such as the OECD and major multinational companies, and in course validation,… [+] external examining and developing learning materials for numerous UK and international universities. CIEC also has high level experience in executive education and in the provision and assessment of a wide range of English Language qualifications, including Pearson Test of English (PTE Academic) and IELTS. We are designated as the official Cambridge test centre for PTE Academic. CIEC is also the joint owner of Cambridge Seminars College located in Cambridge, UK, where our CIEC Chairman, Professor Stuart Wall, is Principal. What we do We develop and deliver Higher Education Programmes such as Foundation Courses, Bachelor's, Pre-Master's and Master's Programmes in Business and Management as well as English Training Programmes. Our Pre-University programmes equip students with the knowledge, skills and language capability to successfully undertake degree and master's programmes in english speaking universities. We also develop, deliver and assess the modules involved in those degree and master's programmes for a range of Higher Education Institutions and Universities in the UK and internationally. CIEC also has extensive experience in developing on-line and distance learning materials in Business and Management for undergraduate and postgraduate courses, including those accredited by Pearson/Edexcel. Within our English Training Programmes we create and deliver tailor-made training for a range of institutions and state agencies across the world. Our Offices Our offices are located in the historic and beautiful city of Cambridge, England. Cambridge is adjacent to the M11 and A14 roads, and is around 49 minutes from London Kings Cross by non-stop train, with other rail links to Norwich, Birmingham and elsewhere. It is also close to London Stansted International Airport.
Our Mission: Helping students succeed in a global community We believe the best way to teach English is to fully immerse our students in the language and culture of an English-speaking country. We offer a wide range of English language courses for students of all levels and ages, and aim to provide a 'home away from home' for our students, by assisting them with airport transfers, accommodation and continuous support during their stay. We believe that by being able to… [+] speak English, our students will broaden their horizons and give themselves a competitive edge. While studying in an English-speaking country we want our students to learn about the local culture and cultures of their international classmates. We believe that better cultural understanding brings people together and benefits all. When our students leave us, we want them to take with them an improved level of English, a better understanding of the world, improved opportunities and memories and experiences they will never forget. Whether you learn English for school, university or English for the workplace, we have an English course that is perfect for your needs. Accredited Schools Our centres are accredited by the leading associations in their respective countries and also by the major international organisations. These accreditations prove our commitment to providing high quality and innovative English language courses in all of our centres. Choose EC for Guaranteed Success If you do not progress at the rate we expect, we will provide you with support, additional lessons and all the help you need to reach your target level at no extra charge. Your end of the deal is to show us full commitment by attending all your lessons and completing all your assigned work. Origins of EC EC Malta was established in 1991 as EC’s first and only school. This small school quickly gained a wonderful reputation and became one of the leading English language schools in Malta. Fast-forwarding to today you can see where this reputation has taken us. EC now has 17 schools in five countries on three continents. This year EC’s 700-plus staff will help over 40,000 students from over 140 countries to learn and improve their English language skills. What Makes EC Special You will only find EC schools in English-speaking countries and only in the top locations. Our schools are always in the most prestigious and central areas of the city. Choose any EC school and you will be impressed by the facilities the school has to offer. We heavily invest in keeping our schools modern and comfortable for you. We know you will learn better when you are relaxed and in a good environment. From innovating Club 50+ to Freestyle English programmes, we’re always looking at introducing new courses and improving the service we offer. We listen to our students and appreciate the feedback they give us. This allows us to establish new English courses as the needs of today’s English learners change. Maybe that’s why 97% of 40,000 EC students would recommend EC to a friend! In our world-wide centres we have accumulated a combined total of over 150 years of English language teaching experience and each new EC school helps us to enrich ourselves, making us more diverse and adding to our strengths as a whole.
MPW was established in 1973 with a mission to work with students to turn their academic aspirations into reality. Since its foundation, MPW has enjoyed a reputation for excellence in providing bespoke fifth and sixth form education. We have three colleges strategically located in London, Birmingham and Cambridge with close proximity to prestigious university campuses. Each of the colleges has its own unique facilities and resources providing a friendly and supportive learning… [+] environment for the students, yet employs a common teaching methodology to assist students in achieving academic success and gaining entry to the world’s most prestigious universities. When it comes to a good education, one size does not necessarily fit all. As a leading sixth form college in the UK, we offer a wide range of A Level and GCSE courses giving students the flexibility to take subjects that most interest them. All A Level and GCSE courses are taught in small groups with an absolute guarantee of fewer than 10 students in each class; ensuring students benefit from personal attention and tailored support alongside high quality teaching with a clear focus on learning outcomes. In 2014 we successfully introduced the University of London International Foundation Programme at our MPW London college. We are excited to announce that, following this success, the IFP will now also be taught at MPW Cambridge. MPW is one of only three institutions in the UK approved to teach this foundation programme with academic direction by the University of London. In addition, we also offer the NCUK International Foundation Year at our Birmingham campus to give students the skills they need to succeed at university. At MPW we take great care to help our students fulfil their academic and personal potential. We pride ourselves in providing excellent pastoral support where each student is assigned to a Director of Studies whose role is to supervise students’ general welfare and guide students to make informed choices about their education progression. Over the years, MPW has helped numerous former students achieve excellent results and successfully progress to elite universities including Cambridge and Oxford University. MPW London MPW Birmingham MPW Cambridge
Overview An unparalleled educational experience held in the historic university city of Cambridge Session 1: 23rd July – 5th August 2017 Session 2: 6th August – 19th August 2017 Cambridge Immerse is a two week residential academic programme with a diverse and enriching curriculum, designed for 16-18 year old students – providing a taster of what it’s like to study a subject at university level. Tutorials and seminars are designed and tau… [+] ght by expert tutors in an optimal learning environment that stimulates academic enquiry. And our carefully planned schedule ensures that the programme not only meets the academic needs of the participants, but also provides a unique experience of the university city through an abundance of extracurricular activities. Students reside in one of central Cambridge’s largest and most beautiful university colleges. Within the college’s historic walls, we pride ourselves on providing unique experiences of leadership and academic excellence through an inspirational programme for participants. With its diverse and enriching curriculum, the programme allows students to explore and further their knowledge of a chosen subject in an unrivalled academic environment. Students emerge more confident and ready to articulate what they have learnt, with knowledge of their chosen fields that provides unparalleled academic insights – and, of course, many unforgettable memories along the way. Exceptional teaching We offer participants a choice of a range of subjects, from the arts to the sciences. All the subjects taught at Cambridge Immerse are taught by current or past tutors of Cambridge University or Oxford University. Our rigorous vetting process ensures that all students are taught by tutors who are engaging and supportive - and most of all, enthusiastic to share their expertise. Our philosophy is that our participants should be challenged with interesting academic concepts; whilst our tutors create a welcoming and supportive environment in which our participants feel comfortable and thrive. teaching You will be encouraged to delve into and explore the current debates and issues within your chosen discipline in carefully planned tutorials that emulate the unique Oxbridge system of tutor-student engagement and debate. This is an approach that goes beyond the superficial and provides unique insights that are both refreshing and intellectually stimulating. What is certain is that you will emerge undoubtedly far more confident and knowledgeable in your chosen discipline, tackling challenging yet interesting topics that we hope will further your academic passions. Students can now opt to study up to two subjects during the programme. Subjects that we offer include: Medicine Law Engineering Physics Mathematics Chemistry Participant Assessments Throughout the programme, our tutors monitor student engagement with the topics that they have been taught. After the programme, a Participant Assessment is written by the tutor, evaluating participant progress and also making recommendations on how to most effectively advance participant's understanding and interest in the topics that have been explored. Interview Skills Workshops (Optional) Within our carefully designed interview skills workshops, students will gain an insight into the core skills required to successfully articulate their viewpoints in a pressured environment. These workshops focus upon developing the confidence and intellectual tenacity required to tackle some of the key questions that might be asked during interview, in addition to addressing debates surrounding some of the most pertinent issues within the discipline at the moment. The Interview Skills workshops are included within the programme fee, though attendance is optional. Personal Statement Consultations (Optional) Over the duration of the Cambridge Immerse course, students will have the opportunity to develop drafts of their personal statements required for access to universities across the world with the expertise and assistance of highly regarded tutors. Students learn techniques to concisely express their interest in a particular discipline, crafting a compelling personal statement that showcases achievements and interest in a subject. The Personal Statement consultations are included within the programme fee, though attendance is optional. Extracurricular diversity Cambridge Immerse provides a truly immersive experience of university life. Not only will you discover and further your academic interests, you will also delve into the exciting and often fascinating spectrum of cultural activities available in Cambridge. The opportunity to experience daily organised excursions also allows the chance to socialise with like-minded peers from a diverse range of backgrounds and to quickly familiarise yourself with the city. Activities organised as part of the programme include: A summer’s afternoon punting down the River Cam, a quintessential Cambridge affair. A day trip to Oxford, the home of Cambridge University’s arch ‘rival’. Formal dining in Cambridge’s famous medieval banquet halls. Visit our activities page to view the full range of subjects that we offer. Timetable The Cambridge Immerse schedule is packed with a wide range of unique academic and extracurricular activities. Participants start off the day with breakfast in the main college dining hall, with a variety of continental and hot breakfast choices available. This is followed by the first academic session of the day, which takes place in a seminar or lecture format. Participants are then guided to lunch at some of Cambridge’s finest sandwich bars and cafés, and are welcome to explore the city in small groups. Following lunch, academic sessions continue in the format of small tutorial groups or workshops. After all the core academic sessions are finished, students are treated to one of a wide range of excursions and cultural activities, including punting, museum visits and sports activities. A three course dinner in the college dining hall is then followed by an evening social event to help participants wind down and socialise after a packed day. The timetable shown to the side offers an insight into the typical daily schedule, although this may vary depending on the events planned on the given day. A typical day.. Start the day with either a continental or cooked breakfast in the college dining hall. A wide variety of breakfast items helps participants prepare for the challenging day ahead. Unrivalled support system We place a huge emphasis on creating a supportive and approachable environment at Cambridge Immerse. Our mentors are a team of friendly, specially trained graduates and undergraduates from Cambridge University, who help our participants quickly settle into the programme. The mentors have first hand experience with a variety of academic and non-academic issues and are therefore in the best position to offer friendly, confidential one-to-one advice. It’s an unrivalled support network that we’re incredibly proud of. Mentors have studied a range of disciplines, allowing them to share their own insights and experiences of their academic careers. Each participant is also assigned a mentor, at a ratio of six students to one mentor, all of whom are enthusiastic to help participants to help create a ‘home away from home’. Accommodation Cambridge Immerse takes place in Cambridge University’s most stunning and historic centrally located colleges. To find out which college you will be accommodated in, contact us. All participants will be accommodated in their own individual bedrooms, equipped with high speed internet access. Corridors or staircases separate male and female students, and bathrooms are en-suite or shared between just a few participants. The college site is secured and monitored at all times. Visit our ‘Campus’ page for further information. Practical Information Travel Information: The fee for Cambridge Immerse is not inclusive of travel to Cambridge. There are several transport options available, including arriving in Cambridge by rail, coach or flight. Please contact us if you need assistance planning your journey to Cambridge. For international participants, we arrange a shared airport transfer service from London Heathrow Airport to Cambridge. Dedicated staff members meet the participants at the airport terminal of their arrival. Participants are able to book this service once they have secured their place on the programme. Medical and Dietary Requirements: We are able to cater for most dietary requirements (vegetarian, vegan, nut allergies, halal, kosher); please do not hesitate to contact us if you are unsure if we can cater for your dietary requirements. Breakfast and evening meals are included in Cambridge Immerse, and participants are expected to make their own provisions for lunch at various delicious eateries around Cambridge. Other information: Students must be aged between 16-18 at the time of attendance in 2017. Students are expected to be fluent / near-fluent in English. Participate in 2017 Cambridge Immerse is a residential summer course consisting of outstanding academic classes, excellent skills workshops and exciting extracurricular activities in the historic university city of Cambridge. Cambridge Immerse runs in the following 2 week sessions: Session 1: 23rd July – 5th August 2017 Session 2: 6th August – 19th August 2017 We would be happy to assist you if you have any questions prior to booking your place.
ABOUT ONCAMPUS ONCAMPUS teach pre-university and first-year programmes leading to a wide range of undergraduate and Master's degrees at leading universities across the UK, USA and mainland Europe. Our programmes are designed for international students who do not meet the requirements for direct entry to university study, and benefit from the support we offer in preparing them to progress to their chosen university. Since 2008, we have helped over 4,000 students… [+] progress to the best universities in the UK, USA and Europe. Guaranteed progression: through the partnerships we have, we offer guaranteed progression to over 500 degrees at universities across the world. Flexible programmes: we offer a selection of different programmes and progression to a wide-range of universities, to ensure flexibility and choice for all students. Experience and quality: we are part of Cambridge Education Group, the first provider of Foundation programmes in the UK and a leading international education provider since 1952. OnCampus is reviewed by QAA. Part of the university from day one: our centres are based on the campus of our partner universities, and our students enjoy a true university experience throughout their programme. Which programmes are available? In the UK and Europe we offer: Undergraduate Foundation: for progression to a wide range of undergraduate degrees (BA/BSc) International Diploma: for progression to a year 2 of a wide range of Business-related undergraduate degrees Master's Foundation: for progression to postgraduate degrees (MA/MSc/MBA) English Language Preparation: for progression to Undergraduate or Master's Foundation programmes. In the USA we offer: University Transfer Programme: for progression to year 2 of a wide range of undergraduate degrees at our partner universities or any other university of choice.
Over 300 students from 30 countries study with us. They are united by one ambition: to enter one of the top universities in the UK. Our students, working together with our well-qualified, professional staff, form a college community that’s dedicated to outstanding achievement for all. Our students speak of the college environment as being like a family. From day one they are made to feel very welcome both in and outside of their lessons. In our accommodation they make n… [+] ew friends and thrive in an truly inclusive international environment. Our students’ track record speaks for itself, and their results have established our college as one of the very best in the UK. In 2015 our A level students achieved an A*/B pass rate of 82% and, even more stunning, an A*-A pass rate of 61%. Our location in the city of Cambridge is a fusion of the everyday and the extraordinary. It is a city that has shaped our history and continues to make its mark on our future. Our History Since our foundation in 1994 Abbey College Cambridge has become one of the best sixth form colleges for international students in the UK. We have developed and maintained an outstanding record of academic success. Our students’ exceptional A level pass rates mean that we have been consistently placed at the top of college league tables since 1997. Our college community has grown significantly during this time and we now have 340 students from over 30 countries who are taught and supported by 90 members of staff. During this growth our educational ethos has remained very clear: outstanding achievement for all. Our educational offering has changed since 1994, from being initially designed for A level retaking students to now being a GCSE, Foundation and A level college specialising in meeting the needs of international students. Our college is designated as being an “Outstanding School” by the UK school inspectorate, OFSTED, as a result of achieving the highest grade in all 12 judgements made on teaching and boarding quality in the college. In July 2016 we undertook a new stage in our development by moving to a new single site, purpose built campus. Our new college campus has been designed by the staff of Abbey College Cambridge to perfectly fit the needs of our students. Abbey College Cambridge is a constituent college of the Abbey DLD Group of Colleges, which is in turn part of the Alpha Plus Group. Accommodation From September 2016 Full Board rooms will be available on site on our new campus. This boarding accommodation will be known as ‘Abbey House’ and it will complement our existing accommodation provision. Key features of our Abbey House accommodation include: 120 Spacious ensuite single rooms for students aged 13+ Healthy and delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner meals served in our on campus canteen, with a wide choice of meal options On campus coffee and snack bar Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ rated boarding provision Wifi access throughout (included in accommodation fee) Designated male and female accommodation floors Common rooms and communal areas with kitchenettes On site security 24 hours a day, 7 days a week Key card access means that accommodation floors can only be accessed by students who live within them College Life Our students gain the very best academic results. We achieve this through rigorous but informal teaching, small class sizes, frequent testing and expert teachers who put the interests of each of our students at the centre of everything they do. We believe that students, of any age, achieve great things through their own intelligence, imagination and initiative. But we also believe that our role is to create the structures in which this can happen. Our Students achieve their outstanding results because our teachers care about their welfare and progress. They help them develop confidence and the discipline and motivation necessary to convert their efforts into results. Personal Tutors oversee academic progress; they meet the students under their care every week.
The education you dream of CCSS is proud to be setting the education agenda for ambitious young people. Our students’ accomplishments and the success of our alumni reflect our ambition to transform aspiration into achievement. CCSS… inspiring education. About us Cambridge Centre for Sixth-form is an established and leading independent sixth-form college offering high quality one and two year GCSE and A Level courses. Over the last 35 years CCSS has built an … [+] impressive reputation for stimulating, success-focussed education, preparing students for university and for life. CCSS is located in the very heart of academic Cambridge, surrounded by colleges of the University of Cambridge. Our small class sizes and first class tuition enable achievement and encourage ambition and self-confidence. With both day and boarding places and a broad international student mix, UK and overseas students thrive and succeed. International Students are offered an introduction to the UK education system via our International Summer School programme or our Academic Foundation Course, or may choose to join the full academic GCSE and A level courses. UK students can also experience a “taster” of life at CCSS, by joining in either our Easter Revision Courses or a short Summer Course – both of which are designed to assist students from independent or state schools gain those extra marks that make the difference in grades. Welcome to CCSS… inspiring education. We look forward to meeting you. Education to suit you Our specialist teachers and the outstanding learning they create, in some of the smallest class sizes anywhere in the UK, mean our students have all the time and attention they need to study and to acquire learning skills. The uniquely supportive atmosphere of CCSS ensures our students’ abilities and horizons are constantly challenged and expanded. CCSS - the inspectors' opinion “The college aims to provide education which helps all students to prepare, within and beyond the curriculum, for the demands and possibilities of adult life.” ISI Report 2013 “The defining feature is the close harmony and friendships that have developed among these young people. Diversity is celebrated and the culture of the college is clearly demonstrated by the respect shown to each other.” OFSTED 2010 The CCSS advantage Your courses and learning are tailored to suit your style and your ambitions. Inspiring teachers, small tuition groups, an unrivalled choice of subjects, extra tuition time and of course, enthusiastic students all contribute to make your time at CCSS a fabulous learning experience. Small class sizes (average six) Excellent nationality mix (40% British / 60% EU and international) Up to 7.5 hours teaching time per subject per week at A Level Outstanding teaching by highly qualified staff Unrivalled networking opportunities with academic, social and business contacts Varied and educational extra-curricular programme of sports and cultural activities Excellent UCAS support and university progression All boarders live in single accommodation in CCSS managed residences Supportive and caring environment which encourages independence and maturity “The individual attention from world-class teachers is outstanding.” Hadley Freeman, Graduate from CCSS, now a journalist for The Guardian. Results and Destinations Up to 200 students from the UK and around the world come to CCSS every year to complete their secondary education before progressing onto university. In all cases, our results show that students benefit greatly from small class sizes, experienced and stimulating teaching, and individual personal tutorials. The overwhelming majority of CCSS students choose to continue their learning at universities in the UK or abroad. Many have enjoyed success at the UK’s top universities, including Cambridge, Oxford, LSE, Imperial and others. With degree subjects ranging from International Business to Law and Medicine our academic achievement is clear. In the arts we also excel, with CCSS graduates regularly being offered places at leading creative institutions, for example Central St Martin’s, London. Many of our students achieve results beyond their original expectations, making our “value-added” a truly impressive statistic. We can be confident that they leave us able to pursue their ambitions, having achieved their best, with many achieving the A* grades required for the world’s most competitive universities. For example in 2015, five students received offers from Oxford and Cambridge, of whom three took up their places this September, one turned down Cambridge in favour of Durham, and one went to Edinburgh. CCSS is one of the most successful schools and colleges in the country at achieving Oxford and Cambridge place, as a higher percentage of our students achieve Oxbridge success than at any of the similar schools or colleges we know. For further detail on all 2015 results and destinations please click the link below (a full list of examination results for the last academic year is available on request from the main school office). Facilities CCSS has two central teaching sites and five boarding residences. All are located right in the heart of Cambridge within minutes of each other and of Cambridge City Centre (by foot or bike, but a little longer in a car!) Our campus reflects our style and ethos: high quality, purposeful and a million miles away from a traditional school environment. Our collegiate set-up encourages our students to make best use of first class teaching facilities, of quiet and well-equipped study rooms and of modern and well-appointed social spaces. Teaching Our teaching buildings include specialist laboratories for sciences, well-equipped, bright study rooms and a full suite for the visual arts. Our IT provision is second to none, with superfast broadband operating over hard-wired and WiFi networks and uniquely generous download limits. Boarding Our boarding houses provide 130 attractive, fully supported single-rooms, all of a high standard and all a great “home from home”. Most of our rooms have private bathroom facilities and there is a good choice of different styles to suit individual tastes. Boarding houses also benefit from superfast broadband that supports links with home and the best access to academic resources. Activities All students are encouraged to experience the wide range of sports, arts, cultural and leisure activities. We team up with key our cultural associates when this adds value for our students. For example we share sporting facilities with the University of Cambridge: our home football pitch is at Pembroke College where students experience high-quality facilities as well as an insight into university life. Cambridge has so much to offer and our teaching and residential sites are within minutes of indoor tennis courts, top-class sports pitches, an Olympic-sized swimming pool and sports halls. Tutors and staff The CCSS system Underpinning the unique style of CCSS is a pastoral system that encourages effective communication between all staff, students and parents. Every student is allocated a personal tutor who works closely with them and their parents, teachers and boarding staff throughout their time at CCSS. We share a common goal: to ensure that students make an effective transition to independence and responsibility. During their time at CCSS, students will be supported in achieving academic success, personal development and a rich cultural and extra-curricular experience. Working with every individual The Tutorial Team consists of over 20 experienced and dedicated staff who meet their tutees individually on a weekly basis. The “tutorial” affords protected time to consider issues such as: Help with study, time management and revision skills Monitoring progress and providing feedback Support in liaising with teaching staff to help you overcome subject specific difficulties Opportunities for discussing any personal concerns Referrals to our SEND department should particular difficulties with the learning process arise Guidance on choosing appropriate degree courses with specialist Careers Profiling Intensive assistance with the UCAS application process and personal statement preparation Applications to appropriate university information and Taster Days e.g. Engineering Experience placements/medical work shadowing/Law Workshops and Headstart Courses Encouraging you to make the most of the educational and cultural opportunities of being in Cambridge e.g. University of Cambridge open public lecture programme, and The Institute of Astronomy public lectures. Entry Requirements If you have completed GCSE examinations, the standard requirement for our 2-year A Level programme is for students to have achieved grades A* to C in at least five subjects including English and maths. If you have not been studying GCSEs we assess your application individually. As each overseas country has its own education system there is no single entry requirement. Our experience in evaluating overseas school transcripts and examination certification (from Europe, Asia, Africa, the CIS, the US, etc.) means that we will be able to make an informed decision quite quickly, based on your past or upcoming qualifications. Reports and transcripts from your current or previous schools will be important. We would always encourage coming to interview at CCSS , if at all possible, and if you cannot come in person we will talk to you by Skype video link. What English language level do I need to join CCSS? It is not essential to have a formal English Language qualification when you join CCSS, but to cope with A Level study you need an English level at least equivalent to IELTS 5.0. For the one-year A Level programme an English level of at least IELTS 6.0 is required, with at least 6.0 in the written component. For GCSE you need at least IELTS 4.5, and for our Pre-Programme a minimum of 4.0 is needed. We will make an assessment of your spoken English at interview because it is crucial for your learning that you are able to participate properly in lessons. If your first language is not English we will provide you with a programme of ESL lessons, as our requirement is to get you to a high level of English for success at university.
About The Recording Connection A division of the Recording, Radio, Film and Culinary Connection (RRFC), the Recording Connection is an industry-recognized trade school geared around providing you with practical, one-on-one training for a career as an audio engineer or music producer. Our overarching goal is not simply to equip you with the skills you need, but also to help you break into the industry by putting you in a position to gain on-the-job experience while making… [+] important industry connections. Through our revolutionary mentor-apprentice (extern) learning approach, we pair each of our students with an actual music producer or audio engineer who provides one-on-one training in a real recording studio. Our program combines a structured-yet-flexible curriculum with a large amount of hands-on training in the studio, which enables our students not only to learn the rudiments of producing, recording and mixing, but the business aspects of running a studio, as well as the inner workings of the industry itself. Since our inception in 1989, the Recording Connection has expanded its reach into all 50 states, as well as into Canada, Australia and the U.K., ultimately placing more than 11,000 students as apprentices (externs) in real recording studios across three continents. Our mentoring staff consists of actual producers and engineers in world-class studios, many of whom regularly work with Grammy-winning, Platinum-selling artists. We carefully screen our mentors to ensure they are giving our students the best education possible, as well as the best opportunities to connect with the industry in the process. The Recording Connection’s on-the-job audio training program is an excellent choice for anyone with a passion to launch a career as an audio engineer, music producer, live sound engineer, music recording artist, live DJ, composer or other industry professional. Our unique approach puts you in the right place at the right time with the right people to help you break into the industry. Possible Career Paths Within our basic audio engineering and music production course, we are able to pair students with mentors that specialize in their chosen genre or field of interest. We currently offer customized training for the following career paths: Electronic music production Hip-hop music production/beat making Live sound engineering Post production audio Audio for film, TV and video games Touring DJ Music business (artist management, label executive, etc.) Top ten reasons to consider the Recording Connection: 1. Learn near where you live. ( 250 cities to choose from) With over 250 locations across the country, we can train you in a real recording studio within driving distance of where you live. No need to relocate, quit your job or say goodbye to your existing connections. 2. Low tuition With skyrocketing education costs, it is not uncommon for students to rack up tens of thousands of dollars in debt before they graduate. For aspiring industry professionals, this can end a career before it even begins. We keep our tuition affordable ($9400, all supplies included, no fees) so you can focus on your career, not on how you’re going to pay your bills. 3. Prepare for a variety of music industry careers Whether you want to produce, compose, engineer, DJ or perform; whether you’re into hip hop, electronic music, country, pop, rock or jazz; we tailor your curriculum to your needs, and we pair you with a mentor who can help you achieve your specific career goals. 4. Real job placement assistance Thanks to our unique approach, many of our students get hired by their mentors or by connections made through their mentors. However, at the Recording Connection, we leave nothing to chance. For each of our students, we provide additional support, training and job placement assistance for up to a year after graduation. 5. Learn as an apprentice (extern), not a classroom student or an intern As a Recording Connection student, you are not one student among dozens competing for a teacher’s attention in a classroom. Nor are you simply an intern who takes out the trash (although chores are a natural part of studio life). You are an apprentice (extern) who has been assigned to a real producer/engineer for personalized on-the-job training. You aren’t just learning concepts from a textbook: you’re learning the tricks of the trade from a real pro. 6. Work on your own music career One of the things our students love best about the Recording Connection is that our course enables them to apply the things they’re learning to creating their own music. While many of our students simply want to engineer and produce for others, many others want to produce their own music. Our course enables you to up your own game. You’ll learn to record, mix and produce your own music, and even better, get it heard by actual music industry professionals who can help you get it out there. 7. Learn industry standard gear and software Since you’re learning in a real recording studio, you’ll naturally be learning to use the gear and software that the pros use, from vintage amps to virtual plugins, from analog to digital. You’ll learn the industry standard Pro Tools, as well as other programs like Logic, Reason and Ableton. And you’ll get to practice on the gear and software without competing with other students for practice time. 9. One-on-one mentoring In a Recording Connection class, there is only one student: you. No classes with dozens of other students. All the training occurs one-on-one in the studio, just you and your mentor. No glossing over things you don’t understand. Learn at your own pace. Ask whatever questions you like. This personalized attention is what helps people like you become great producers and engineers. And that’s what we’re after. 10. World-Class mentors with real album credits In other schools, teachers often have their degrees and diplomas hanging on the wall. In the real music industry, success is measured in other ways. We partner with top producers and engineers across the country to mentor our students—people who work with superstar talent such as Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, U2, Aerosmith, Kendrick Lamar and many, many others. You probably won’t find college degrees hanging on the walls of your mentor’s studio, but you might just see a few Gold and Platinum Records, and maybe even a Grammy or two.
Why Choose Cambridge Marketing College? Reputation and Experience We have over 21 years' experience of teaching professional qualifications and have built a reputation for quality and success. We currently have over 1400 delegates studying with us around the world. Our pass rates are excellent and last year 99% of our delegates said they would recommend us. Range of Courses We offer a wide range of professional courses and are accredited by the CIM, CAM, MRS and… [+] CIPR. We have also pioneered a range of specialist courses including Certificates and Diplomas for Arts, B2B, Professional Services and Sports Marketers, a programme for High Technology companies and the Cambridge Chartered Programme. Flexible Study Options Choose between Evening Classes, Executive Weekends, Saturday Seminars or Distance Learning. You can choose to study at any of our locations around the UK or mix and match and attend courses that are convenient for you. High Quality Tuition We pride ourselves on the fact that our tutors are practising Marketing or PR professionals who bring a relevant and current set of skills to our courses. They have proven business skills as well as proven teaching abilities and consistently deliver excellent pass rates. We currently have over 60 tutors from a diverse range of backgrounds bringing a wealth of experience and skills to our courses. Many are Chartered Marketers and examiners. Consistently High Pass Rates Our delegates have consistently achieved excellent results. Last year we had 75 classes with a 100% pass rate, outstanding results for the CIM Introductory Certificate, Professional Certificate, Professional Diploma and Postgraduate Diploma; as well as a 100% pass rate for the CIM Diploma in Hospitality & Tourism, the CAM Diploma in Managing Digital Media and all 3 levels of the CIPR qualifications. Quality and Widest Range of Study Materials and Support We continuously research and review new study materials and resources for our delegates. In addition to personal tutor support these include: Comprehensive Study Guides for each course, with self test exercises, real life examples and sample exam questions Text books selected by our tutors based on their experience of past exams and assignments Website resources including: - Tutor course notes - Past exam papers, examiners reports, assignments and selected specimen answers - Links to supporting websites - Access to our Internet Discussion Forum to raise debate and form local support groups - Live and pre recorded webinars - Podcasts of lectures Top quality support All the College staff are responsible for supporting delegates. We offer a one-stop shop approach to answering queries and providing solutions to problems. One call can get you all the answers you need.
BELL - PREPARING YOU FOR UNIVERSITY IN THE UK - 15 university progression agreements - 97% student pass rate* (68% achieving a merit or distinction) - Students that have secured places at 8 of the Russell Group of Universities, a member organisation representing 24 of the UK’s leading universities. Just a few reasons why Bell is the perfect university preparation provider for international students. Established in 1955, Bell has taught over 100,000 students fr… [+] om 90 countries in the UK on a variety of English language and university preparation programmes. Bell’s university foundation and pre-masters programmes are designed to help international students’ prepare for every aspect of university life in the UK. Courses combine English language development, subject tuition and academic skills. You can choose to study with Bell in Cambridge or London in the UK. *Average across the classes of 2012 and 2013. "I’ve worked with Bell for a number of years and we’ve always found the Bell students to be quite special. They get fantastic counselling and facilities and always do well at university." David Street, Head of International Recruitment, University of Winchester
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University Centre West Anglia is a joint partnership between Anglia Ruskin University and the College of West Anglia. Located in the heart of the historic town of King's Lynn, this is the largest campus of the group that includes sites at Isle Campus (Wisbech) and Milton (outskirts of Cambridge). The College of West Anglia has excellent facilities, including a state of the art e-learning centre, multi-gym and sports centre, restaurant, coffee shop and children's… [+] centre (nursery). There is also provision for further opportunity to study at Isle Campus and Milton. Anglia Ruskin University was awarded university status in 1992. Today, with a student population of 31,000, we are one of the largest universities in the East of England, and a large provider of part-time education. Our students are on courses leading to undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, as well as to a range of professional qualifications. In addition to being one of the most significant suppliers of nurses and teachers to the professions, we offer an ever expanding range of contemporary courses designed to meet the needs of the individual and the requirements of a knowledge-based economy. Our main campuses at Cambridge and Chelmsford attract students not only from the East of England but in increasing numbers from mainland Europe and from further afield. In addition, our University has an extensive network of contacts with institutions throughout the world, delivering courses in countries as far removed as Malaysia and Trinidad. Our vision and values In terms of vision and values we seek to build our reputation on the following: We are passionate about the advancement of knowledge and the education of students. We take university education in imaginative new directions. We are important to the region and want to be viewed in the UK and internationally as exceptional. Our key contribution is to the enhancement of social, cultural and economic wellbeing. Specifically, we are working to ensure that: More than 90% of our students will succeed, be satisfied, and will recommend us to a friend. The Destination of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) Survey will report that 95% of students are in work or further study six months after leaving us; our graduates' earnings will match average graduate earnings; and 7% of students will leave us to start their own businesses. All judgements of our academic quality and reputation show continuous improvement and at least 95% of all external assessments are positive, including those of Professional, Statutory and Regulatory Bodies. Every member of academic staff will be engaged in research or current professional practice in their academic discipline. Our Research Institutes ( The Childhood and Youth Research Institute; The Cultures of the Digital Economy; The Institute for International Management Practice; The Postgraduate Medical Institute; and the Global Sustainability Institute) will have national recognition. More than 90% of staff will find their work satisfying, will recommend working here to friends or family, and will receive job-related training and development each year. Students will use the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) on a daily basis, sustainability will be a feature of their experience, and most full-time campus students will be involved in activity outside the academic curriculum. To enable our academic programme to be administered and delivered affordably at home and abroad, face-to-face and online, we will maximise its efficiency through the use of student and staff friendly online systems. We shall strive to exceed national and sector benchmarks for the sustainability of our buildings and processes. We will become a leading UK provider of Professional Doctorates, work-based learning and the Accreditation of Prior Learning. 20% of our campus-based students are from outside the EU and we educate an equal number of students both on-site and off-site. 20% of our activity worldwide will be at postgraduate level and we will award at least 50 PhDs across at least 10 disciplines each year. The number of organisations we work with will grow by 5% a year, as will our external commerical earnings, while profitability will remain at least at 10%. We will mainstream our not for profit sector development work and expand activity in this area so as to become a recognised centre of excellence. Establish a Business Innovation Centre ( to support the growth of new businesses based on ideas emanating from both inside Anglia Ruskin University and in the broader community we serve) which we manage and for which we provide academic support. We will investigate, and if feasible, establish a 'Med Tech Campus' in Essex, a Science Park which uses its connections with Anglia Ruskin University ( particularly the Postgraduate Medical Institute) to attract local and international businesses to relocate to Essex because of the supply of high quality graduates and our related research base. We will increase our engagement with local communities, including those associated with our international partnerships.
Anglia Ruskin University has its origins in the Cambridge School of Art opened in 1858 by John Ruskin. In 1960 this became the Cambridgeshire College of Arts and Technology (CCAT). In 1989 CCAT merged with the Essex Institute of Higher Education to form the Anglia Higher Education College. The merged college became a polytechnic in 1991, using the name Anglia Polytechnic, and was then awarded university status in 1992.The University chose Anglia Ruskin University the new… [+] name after the approval of the Privy Council in 2005.It is one of the largest universities in the East of England, and one of the largest providers of face-to-face part-time training in the country.In the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) 2008, more than 30% of Anglia Ruskin’s submissions were rated as Internationally Excellent or World-Leading.The University jumped 35 places in the Times Higher Education tables following the announcement of the outcome of the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) results.It was shortlisted for the Outstanding Employer Engagement Initiative Award at the Times Higher Education Awards 2008.In 2010, was rated 10th in the "Green League" of British universities, compiled by People and Planet. Campus :It is based on two main campuses, one in the centre of Cambridge, and one in Chelmsford, Essex. The main campuses at Cambridge and Chelmsford attract students not only from the East of England.Chelmsford campus is set in the green and lush Rivermead area of Chelmsford, our campus is home to the largest business school in the eastern region - Ashcroft International Business School (AIBS) based in the award-winning Michael A. Ashcroft Building.A real highlight of our Cambridge campus is the Ruskin Gallery.The college also deliver courses at partner sites: University Centre Harlow, University Centre Peterborough and University Centre West Anglia. Our Faculty of Health and Social Care also has sites at Fulbourn on the outskirts of Cambridge and in Peterborough.
Our courses are designed to be not only relevant to the needs of industry and the professions, but also engaging and stimulating with the emphasis on the acquisition of practical skills. Our Department of Vision and Hearing Sciences has a long-established relationship with some of the UK's largest retail opticians, including Specsavers, Boots and Vision Express, providing our students opportunities for work-based learning. Our Lord Ashcroft International Business… [+] School has developed a course with Barclays Bank Plc. On this course, which is also being offered more widely as a talent recruitment and staff development solution for other businesses, students are work-based, sponsored and salaried for all 3 years of their course. Our Biomedical Science course is accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science and out Forensic Science pathways have recently been accredited by The Forensic Science Society. Our MA Film and TV Production has established links with 4Rights, Channel 4 television's commercial arm and talks and seminars are provided by members of Channel 4's Commissioning and Business staff. Our students have the opportunity to pitch to 4Rights, Channel 4's commercial arm, and 4Rights may make development funds available to students whose work justifies investment. Our Legal Practice Course was the first in the country to receive Skillsmark accreditation and was awarded a Grade 1 - the top award of 4 possible grades - consolidating our reputation as a provider of top quality, work-based learning. Skillsmark was established by Skills for Justice, the Sector Skills Council which covers all employers, employees and volunteers working in the UK justice system, as part of its mission to link learning to reputable and valued qualifications. We've over 30,000 students, and are one of the largest universities in the East of EnglandWe supply many of the region's teachers, nurses, midwives and social workers and are the largest provider of undergraduate courses in subjects allied to Medicine.We're the largest undergraduate provider in the subject area of Architecture, Building and Planning.We're the largest undergraduate provider for Mass Communication and Documentation.
University of Cambridge, Department of Engineering The Department of Engineering is the largest department in the University of Cambridge, representing approximately 10% of the University's activities by the majority of common metrics, and is one of Europe's largest integrated engineering departments. It achieves the highest standards in both research and teaching. Its international reputation attracts the best students, academics, sponsors and partners… [+] from around the world. Since its foundation in 1875, the Department of Engineering has grown to become the largest department in the University and the largest integrated engineering department in the UK with 132 faculty, 195 contract research staff and research fellows, nearly 600 research students, and over 1000 undergraduates. Growth throughout its history has been consistently strong. For instance, between 2000 and 2007, research expenditure doubled, the number of contract research staff nearly doubled, and the number of research students increased by over 40%. Rapid growth has been coupled with greater integration through the development of cross-linking themes and stronger connections with other disciplines, as demonstrated by a six-fold rise in the Department's share of expenditure on grants jointly held with other departments. In 2009, two world university rankings placed Cambridge as the best outside the USA: the Shanghai Jiao Tong University ranking in the broad field of engineering/technology and computer sciences; and the THES ranking in the field of technology. In the national Research Assessment Exercise 2008, the Department of Engineering at Cambridge came far ahead of any other institution in General Engineering and its result was not surpassed by any institution in any other engineering or scientific discipline. The Nuclear Energy MPhil programme is taught in conjunction with the Judge Business School and the Departments of Materials Science & Metallurgy and Earth Sciences, which together provide a wide range of world class courses which can be tailored to student needs across a spectrum that runs from 50/50 technology & business management, to providing knowledge and skills for research and entry into a PhD programme. Aim The aim of the Department is to address the world's most pressing challenges with science and technology by: ■attracting and retaining the best engineering academics in the world and the support staff necessary for success ■securing the brightest engineering students and teaching them to the highest standards ■working in collaboration with other disciplines, other institutions, companies, and the entrepreneurial community. Values The Department values: ■intellectual rigour ■teaching, research and connections between the two ■collaborations across disciplines ■sharing and applying research.
The Cambridge Judge Business School is a business school at the heart of Cambridge University, advancing knowledge and leadership through people who leave a mark on the world. Research & Teaching The world-class faculty of the School comprises over 50 members. They represent all continents and likewise their research interests span the globe and the full spectrum of business issues. Many are leaders in their field directing cutting-edge research, consulting for top … [+] businesses, advising governments, and most of all, bringing their experiences and new found knowledge into the classroom. A Top Business School In September 2005 our name changed from the Judge Institute of Management to Judge Business School. We are one of the top business schools in the world, offering a variety of teaching programmes including the Cambridge MBA, the Cambridge Master of Finance, PhD, MPhil and undergraduate degrees together with a suite of Executive Education courses. Student life While the School's programmes are demanding, students find the time to participate in college life and a range of activities, events and organisations outside of the formal programme. The Cambridge Business School Club (CBSC) is open to all students at the School. The student organisers arrange a variety of activities and events. The CBSC committee is elected annually early in the course year.Students at Cambridge Judge Business School have formed a number of special interest groups as part of the business school club to promote career interests, aid networking, host events and provide a student run forum to exchange views on a wide range of business topics.