RMIT English Worldwide (REW) has a new partnership with the Australian Education Management Group (AEMG) to deliver English language training in China.
Rachel Holthouse, CEO of RMIT Training, said, ‘We’re excited about this relationship, which strengthens REW’s presence in China. REW’s programs help students successfully engage in English during their studies, in the community and throughout their careers.’
The new partnership, part of a Collaborative Articulation Program (CAP) between RMIT University and Central China Normal University (CCNU), will benefit around 300 students each year.
David Threadgold, REW’s Senior English Language Teacher, will train AEMG teachers to deliver Academic English programs. Our REW China representative, Polly Wu, is in Wuhan this week supporting the induction.
The first cohort begins study in November. Student numbers are expected to surge when AEMG finalises additional agreements with other Chinese universities.
Rachel Holthouse, CEO of RMIT Training and Li Xinqing, CEO of AEMG.