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Our Partners

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Our experts partner with yours to develop and deliver customized courses and programs that respond to your unique needs and vision.

Our current partners include corporations, educational institutions, and professional orders located in North America, Asia, Latin America, Europe, and the Middle East. 
 

Higher-Education Institutions

Country Name of Institution
France American Business School (IGS-ABS)
China Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT)
France Burgundy School of Business (BSB)
France EBS Paris
France EDC Paris
France EFAP School of Communication
France Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM)
France IAE France
France IÉSEG School of Management
France IGS - ICD Business School (IGS-ICD)
Mexico Instituto Tecnológico de Saltillo (ITS)
France ISEN Yncréa-Ouest
France ISG Paris International Business School
South Korea Kyung Hee University
Taiwan National Tsing Hua University (NTHU)
France Paris School of Business (PSB)
South Korea Sungshin University
China The University of Michigan-Shanghai JiaoTong University Joint Institute (SJTU)
United States UC Berkeley Extension
Peru Universidad del Pacifico
Peru Universidad Peruana De Ciencias Aplicadas S.A.C. (UPC)
Peru Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola S.A. (USIL)
United States University of Incarnate Word
China Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU)

Recruitment Agencies

Country Name of Institution
China Beijing New Oriental Vision Overseas Consulting Co., Ltd
China RESIE International Education Technology Co., Ltd
China US International Education Association (USIEA)
Chile VIVECampus
China Wuhan Ouzhong International Education Communication Ltd.
China Xiangfei Global Education

Associations

Country Name of Institution
United States National Society of High School Scholars
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