United Kingdom
Huron University
Kingston College
Queen Ethelburga's College & School
St. Gilgen International School
Inti College Sarawak
University of Pecs
New Zealand
Western Springs College Board of Trustees
College of the Desert & Intensive English Academy
Ben Lippen School
Nawa Academy
Intercollege Larnaca
Collegium Civitas University
Klaipeda University
Czech Republic
Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry Brno

Huron University

Huron University is a special place. It offers higher education based on the traditional American model and takes advantage of the rich resources and unparalleled diversity of a central London location as well as the intellectual dynamism of a global student body. Surrounded by world-class learning and cultural institutions that include the Senate House Library and The British Museum, students from over 55 countries benefit from innovative programs taught in a personalized environment in London - the heart of our curriculum and our pedagogy. London is your open classroom and at Huron offers much more than mere lectures. Its diverse and wide-ranging curriculum is based on the American style of university education. This, combined with experiential learning through internships as well as with its association with both US based and British institutions of higher learning, provides Huron students with insights and understanding of the world which go far beyond the traditional accumulation of skills and knowledge.

Kingston College

Brief History

Located in southwest London, close to the River Thames, Kingston College provides students with a friendly and stimulating environment in which to gain qualifications. Some 3,500 full-time and 6,000 part-time students currently benefit from its professional approach to learning. Hardly surprising, therefore, is the rate of progression to higher education. Each year over 500 Kingston College students leave to become undergraduates at British Universities. In addition, over 1,600 students study at the College on Higher Education courses. The origins of this success go back to 1899, when the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames built Science and Art Schools and a Technical Institute on the present main site of the College in Kingston Hall Road. The Victorian home of Kingston Technical College (as the institution was then known) survived till the 1960s, when major reconstruction work followed a local reorganisation of further and higher education. In 1962 Kingston Technical College split into the present college of further education and a college of technology, now Kingston University. Because Kingston College and Kingston University have this common heritage, there remains a strong bond between them today which works to the benefit of students. Jointly run courses and close staff relations ensure that a ladder of educational opportunity is available for both full-time and part-time students from post-GCSE to first degree levels, and beyond. So, as to respond to growing student demand, Kingston College has over the past few years broadened the range of courses on offer to keep the curriculum abreast of new technology.

International Students

Kingston College is a college of further, higher and adult education operating in the state sector of the UK's education system. The College is a centre for local and community education as well as being a provider of courses for international students. Kingston is in the south-west of London, 15 km from the West End. The College was founded more than 100 years ago and aims to provide high quality courses for a wide range of learners. Students from all over the world have successfully completed courses at the College and moved on to universities or returned home with brighter career prospects.
Academic Strengths
The College has a friendly atmosphere with tutors providing academic and practical support, as well as encouraging visits and activities that supplement their students' main programme of study. The College has a 92 per cent pass rate at A Level with students leaving to start degree courses at Oxford University, The LSE, University College London and Warwick University among others. Also popular are the university foundation programmes. One of these is the Kingston University Foundation Course, which is a one-year foundation for undergraduate degree courses at Kingston University. The Faculty of Art and Design offers a range of courses including Foundation. Students are taught in a dedicated building with its own art gallery. Other popular courses in this Faculty include Digital Arts and Music Technology. Students finishing National Diploma courses go on to university or directly into employment. The College offers a wide range of vocational courses. Particular areas of interest are computing, business, sport, engineering, hairdressing and beauty.


In the nine decades since its foundation in 1912, Queen Ethelburga's has become one of Britain's best known and finest centres of education, with an enviable reputation nationally and internationally for care, friendliness and excellence. Its capital spending programme finances a campus which provides facilities of the highest quality. Investments totalling some £36 million in only the last few years help them to give their pupils the advantages that can lead to outstanding success, from Pentium computers to the comfort of knowing that there is a telephone and voice mail facility in every bedroom in all our living accommodation on the campus. Queen Ethelburga's College ranked by "The Times" as one of the UK's top 5 Independent, Co-Ed, North of England schools. Queen Ethelburga's College has a history of being one of the Sunday Times' Top UK Schools for GCSE & A-Level results

St. Gilgen International School

The mission of St. Gilgen International School is to offer motivated and talented boarding and day students a balanced and challenging international education in a modern learning environment.

Core Values

St. Gilgen International School helps to create and support involved, active, and educated world citizens who celebrate diversity and who view differences as enrichment. They understand and respect their own and other cultures, are tolerant and open-minded, and yet have the courage of their own convictions. They are aware of and understand urgent issues of local and global significance and are willing to share this understanding with others and to contribute to solutions.

INTI College Sarawak

INTI College Sarawak Provides holistic education to produce graduates who are known for their academic excellence and leadership skills. The Academic Affairs Department handles languages, moral and ethics studies, and Malaysian Studies. The Student Affairs Department helps students to develop their potential in leadership and communication skills through its many activities In our commitment to ensure that our environment is conducive to learning, the Student Affairs Department provides administrative, welfare, and support services for all students. This is to ensure that students can to adjust quickly and effectively to their new environment and are provided with on-going support until the completion of their programmes


•Association Chartered Certified Accountant (ACCA)
•Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Business Administration, University of Hertfordshire, UK
•Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Business Administration Program Specification
•Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Marketing Program Specification
•Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Civil, Electrical & Electronic and Mechanical via INTI Diploma in Engineering Programme
•Bachelor of Tourism/Hotel Management Degree Programme via INTI Diploma in Tourism
•Certificate in Engineering Science
•Diploma in Hospitality Management
•Diploma in Computer Studies
•English Proficiency Programme
•Foundation/Diploma Programme in Business
•Master of Business Administration (MBA) Foundation Programme


The modern University of Pécs was founded on 1 January 2000 through the merger of Janus Pannonius University, the Medical University of Pécs and the Illyés Gyula Teacher Training College of Szekszárd. However, its roots go back to 1367 when the Anjou king of Hungary, Louis the Great established the first Hungarian university in Pécs. With its ten faculties •Faculty of Adult Education and Human Resources Development,
•Faculty of Business and Economics,
•Faculty of Health Sciences,
• Faculty of Humanities,
•Faculty of Law, Medical School,
•Faculty of Music and Visual Arts,
•Faculty of Sciences,
•Illyés Gyula Faculty of Education and Pollack Mihály
•Faculty of Engineering -
The University of Pécs plays a significant role in Hungarian higher education. The University offers a broad range of training and degree programmes, ensuring high-level knowledge-transfer and research. With its more than 33,000 students and nearly 2,000 teaching and research staff the impact of the University of Pécs extends well beyond the borders of Pécs. In September 2006, a modern higher educational training system initiated by the European Union was introduced in Hungary too, known as the Bologna process, which offers students an opportunity to pursue their studies in a dynamically developing, convertible European higher educational system. The traditional college and university level training programmes were replaced by a three-tier system consisting of a basic training programme (BA, BSc), a master level programme (MA, MSc), and doctoral level (PhD, DLA) programme. In order to meet the demands and the needs of the surrounding community for continuing education, the University of Pécs has started to develop its programmes within the area of life-long learning. In addition, the University attaches great importance to training in the colleges for advanced studies. Nearly every Faculty offers training in the framework of this organisation that encourages students to pursue their own research. Due to the credit system, first introduced in Hungary here in Pécs, an increasing number of Hungarian students participate in international study programmes as an integral part of their education, and likewise, an increasing number of international students and researchers come to the University of Pécs to study and conduct research every year. Therefore, the University continuously works on expanding and improving its co-operation with other universities and international research institutions and is already part of a large network at different levels

Western Springs College

Brief introduction of Western Springs College:

Western Springs College is a top-ranked New Zealand state coeducational secondary school of 1,100 students in Auckland. The students excel academically in the National Certificate of Educational Achievement assessments and in the University Entrance and Scholarship examinations. They enjoy a modern curriculum which includes popular courses in Media Studies, Visual Art, Art Design, Photography, Music, Drama and Dance, where the School has strength and great reputation in teaching. The College has a warm & caring culture which enables the students to be more confident in themselves, and they are proud of their school. In 2007, Western Springs College was chosen by the Education Review Office as an exemplary school for best practice in supporting the educational development of senior students. In 2008, the principal, Ken Havill, was honoured as one of 3 New Zealand secondary school principals who received the prestigious Woolf Fisher Fellowship award for his excellence in education.

Special character of the school

Western Springs College is a middle sized, coeducational multicultural school - it has an excellent reputation as an academic, safe and supportive school, where students develop to their potential to become effective members of society. The staff (teaching and support) are of a high calibre; student teacher relationships are positive and productive. Student leaders and senior students work to support their junior peers.

What is the strength of Western Springs College in regard to courses provided to meet students' different needs?

Western Springs College has great reputation in high quality teaching and provides courses that attract students who have 1. Interest in Dancing, drama or Music; the school has the best performing arts centre in the country. 2. Interested in fashion, Art or Art Design; the school has top teacher in art; 3. Interested in Media; the school has great reputation in media teaching 4. Interested in Math or English; the school has strength in teaching the subject, and is academically a top school in New Zealand; 5. Health Sciences - the school is a Beacon school, a training school in this area in New Zealand.

What is the range of students' age?

13 years old to 18 years old, from Year 9 to Year 13. Students finishing with Western Springs College aim to get the qualification to enter a university or other tertiary institution in New Zealand or in another English speaking country.

Introduction of International Student Programme

Western Springs College is a multi-culture school, where people from all nationalities are respected. Every year we enrol about 55 international students from all over the world. Among them are 10 from Japan, 12 from Germany, 8 from Brazil, 4 from Italy, 4 from Thailand, 4 from China, 2 from Canada, 2 from Taiwan, 6 from Korea, and 2 from Hong Kong. International Student Department enrol international students and are looking after students' life and learning in New Zealand. Students stay with local families arranged and supervised by the school.

Assistance to International Students

International students are well supported in this school. The International Director and homestay coordinator set up family support and introduction programmes. Within the school structure there is a strong guidance (nurse, counsellor, academic dean) and learning support teams to assist students to develop English language and other learning skills, and to feel comfortable and prepared as a student in the college. The high standard of care and service given to international students at Western Springs College has been acknowledged by New Zealand Education Review Office.

Attractions around school areas:

Lakeside park, Museum of Transport and Technology, Auckland Zoo, Auckland Museum and library, Auckland Art Gallery, Kelly Tarlton's waterworld, beaches (easy access), cycling and water sports (yachting, sailing, diving), weekend markets, music and cultural festivals (Pasifika, Lantern, Divali, Matariki, concerts and opera in the park, writers and film festivals, yachting Western Springs College is about 7km from Central Auckland City.


Western Springs College doesn't require students to wear school uniform. Western Springs College is not a church school. We respect students' religion.

College of the Desert

Academic Transfer Programs

The DCCD believes that academic transfer programs are essential to the community and must provide a general education and pre-major curriculum that will meet or exceed the lower division requirements articulated with four-year institutions. The District is committed to an overall effort to fulfill academic transfer requirements by concentrating on the development of a comprehensive instructional environment.

Occupational and Vocational Education

To meet the changing economic, technological, and environmental needs of the community, the DCCD will identify regional employment training needs and provide degree and certificate programs which prepare students for these career opportunities. These programs will train, retrain, and upgrade student career skills through existing occupational/vocational and general education programs as well as partnerships and contractual education with the private sector and public agencies.

Basic Skills

The DCCD believes that basic skills education is critical to an individual's well-being in a demanding society. Therefore, the District will provide comprehensive basic skills programs to support academic, occupational/vocational, developmental, and community education.


The DCCD will aggressively and effectively promote all District programs and services to increase public awareness of educational opportunities, fulfill the mission of the District, and encourage measured growth.


The DCCD recognizes the need for a well-defined organizational system that supports the interrelationship and participation of all institutional elements, enhances opportunities for consideration of matters common to the District and its environment, and provides methods for timely response to District-wide needs.


The DCCD has established within its organizational structure a planned, systematic procedure designed to encourage and facilitate the creation of innovative programs and the expansion of existing programs.


The DCCD believes that all resources aid the District in fulfilling the mission of providing comprehensive educational opportunities to the community and that all resource allocation must be tied to existing or newly developed programs compatible with the approved Mission Statement. Further, the District is dedicated to the principle that all resources are reciprocal and that we must be accountable to our constituents in demonstrating the results of acquired resources. Resource allocations must reflect our commitment to equal opportunity so that all citizens have access to their benefits.

Ben Lippon School

Ben Lippen is a ministry of Columbia International University and is a Christian college preparatory school offering day school instruction for grades K4 through 12. Ben Lippen School seeks to glorify God by assisting the family and church in equipping students spiritually, academically and socially under the ordship of Jesus Christ. Ben Lippen is a Scottish phrase meaning Mountain of Trust. Founded in 1940 in Asheville, North Carolina, Ben Lippen moved to Columbia, South Carolina, in 1988 to be located on the campus of CIU. Ben Lippen's resident program offers boarding opportunities to students from around the world who live on campus and provide our day students the opportunity to mix with students from other cultures. These international students comprise 15-20% of our high school student body. What a privilege it is to be part of a quality school with a global influence for Jesus Christ! Ben Lippen is accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). Ninety-eight percent of our graduates go on to higher education each year and our students consistently receive academic achievement awards and scholarships.

Nawa Academy

Nawa Academy is a coed, independent boarding school located in California. As a leader in experiential education, we serve students in both middle school and high school, utilizing a hands-on learning approach. We are fully accredited and offer a challenging college preparatory curriculum to students seeking alternative approaches to learning. Imagine a school committed to identifying and strengthening your diverse learning styles. Imagine a campus culture based on mutual respect. Imagine a school with many options. A school where you can focus on developing your snowboarding skills, enjoy the many campus activities, trips and events, or visit cultures in countries like Ecuador, Egypt, Mexico, Peru, China and the Philippines while conducting your academic studies. Imagine teachers who are creative and fun, a school with small classes, and learning through doing rather than being confined to overcrowded classrooms in a school focused on notes and lectures. For the past 20 years, these are the dreams that have been realized by our students.

InterCollege Larnaca

Intercollege is an independent, co-educational, equal opportunity institution of higher education, which offers a wide range of programs to students from around the world. Located on the historic island of Cyprus, the College offers undergraduates studies in business, science, education and the liberal arts, as well as professional programs. Postgraduate programs are also offered in psychology, sociology, international relations, education, special education and business. Intercollege, in Cyprus, at the cross-roads of three continents, is quickly becoming a global education centre. International in philosophy, the College hosts students from all over the world, in a multicultural learning environment, promoting friendship, cooperation and understanding. The College pursues excellence in education through research and high teaching standards, in a continually improving academic environment. Besides classroom instruction, Intercollege offers students opportunities to become involved in a whole range of activities including student clubs, sports, public lectures and seminars. Intercollege is also actively involved in the community with campaigns for various causes, including environmental protection. In recognition of this work the College has received the prestigious "Global 500" award from the United Nations. Other examples of community service include campaigns for fighting world hunger and raising funds for worthy causes. In the prison project, professors teach Computing, Art and Psychology to inmates. Public opinion has recognized the comprehensive contribution Intercollege is making. Indeed, a local survey has found Intercollege to be "the most reputable College in Cyprus". All the above contribute to Intercollege's vision for the future, and are encapsulated in the College's motto "Excellence in Education".

Collegium Civitas University

Top ten reasons why you should consider Collegium Civitas

•Highest Ranked University in Poland Winner of Wprost weekly's Best School Award in the private non-business category in the years 2000-2006; second place in 2007. First place among non-state institutions of higher education in the ranking published by Polityka, an influential Polish weekly, in 2006 and 2007.
•Teaching Excellence and Accreditation It draws the majority of our faculty from the Polish Academy of Sciences, the most advanced and prestigious research institution in the country. It holds a Certificate of Quality in Education from the Conference of Polish University Presidents. Twice its professors have received the President of Warsaw Award for Best Academic Teacher.
•Collegium Civitas is proud of holding the Accreditation from the National Accreditation Commission and the Accreditation from the University Accreditation Commission at the Conference of Rectors of Polish Universities.
•Small Class Size Teaching excellence is not enough. Its faculty members are easily accessible and class sizes are small. No university can match its faculty to student ratio.
•Ideal Location The university is situated in the centre of Warsaw, in the landmark Palace of Culture and Science. Many of Warsaw's attractions are within easy walking distance, as are transport connections. The site contains most of the provisions for a comfortable life, from banks and post-offices to restaurants and bars.
•Caring Environment Collegium Civitas is the least bureaucratized university at which you will ever study. Its progressive and helpful staff cares for the well-being of the university and its students.
Collegium Civitas has introduced Online Student Services which allow students to register, check their grades, express their opinions, find out about courses and lecturers, etc. through the Internet. The system of the Online Student Services has been praised by both students and the faculty.
•Master Foreign Languages EMPiK, Poland's foremost language school, provides Collegium Civitas students with foreign language instruction. International students are also offered Polish as a foreign language.
•International Connections A far higher than average proportion of its students take advantage of international student exchange programs. Collegium Civitas is part of the European Credit Transfer System which enhances student mobility throughout the European Union. Students also benefit from personal contacts with international students studying at the university.
•Excellent Career Opportunities The intellectually rigorous nature of its study programs enables students to face the competitive job market with confidence. Its well-traveled and English-speaking graduates are an asset to any public or private sector employer. Also, the BA Programs at Collegium Civitas may be used as a springboard for further studies in the UK, the US, Canada or other English-speaking countries.
•The Final Frontier Collegium Civitas focuses on the European Union enlargement, the transition to a market economy and democracy, globalization, strategic analysis, political communication and political leadership. No future social scientist, business person, analyst or policy-maker is sufficiently equipped without an intimate knowledge of the logic and history of these processes and issues.
•Low Cost of Living and Affordable Tuition Warsaw is still a remarkably inexpensive city in which to live. A taxi ride from the airport to the centre is about 7 EUR. A room in a good hotel can be had for 50 EUR. A studio apartment can be rented for 400 EUR per month. A lunch in a restaurant costs 6 EUR. A movie ticket is priced at 5 EUR. A beer in a pub sells for 2 EUR. A bouquet of 5 roses can be purchased for 3 EUR. Tuition fees are also extremely reasonable. Enjoy it while it lasts!

Klaipeda University

The University was formally founded on January 1, 1991 by a decree of Seimas (Lithuanian Parliament). The new university incorporated existing institutions of higher education in the city. At its inception, it comprised 3,000 students and three faculties (Humanities and natural sciences, Marine Engineering, and Pedagogy). It has since grown to seven faculties and eight institutes: faculties of Natural Science and Mathematics, Humanities, Marine Engineering, Art, Pedagogy, Social Sciences, and Health Sciences; Maritime Institute, Seascape Institute, Institute of Continuing Studies, Coastal Research and Planning Institute, Institute of Baltic Sea Region History and Archaeology, Institute of Regional Policy and Planning, Mechatronics Institute, and Musicology Institute. Having 9,700 students and 600 persons in educational staff (in 2006), the University offers 67 undergraduate (bachelor's degree), 4 specialized professional, 48 graduate (master's degree), and 3 postgraduate (doctoral) study programs. Klaipėda University offers a developed three-level study system: 58 bachelor, 2 specialized vocational, 56 master, 10 doctoral study programs. It also offers 7 international study programs for foreign students. Its location in a seaport determined that the university develops academic programs not found in other Lithuanian universities, including marine environment research and engineering of marine transport, hydrology and oceanography, port technologies and engineering, history and languages of Lithuania Minor and Baltic region, ecological engineering, landscape architecture, underwater archaeology, port technology,and naval engineering.
Our Major Subjects are:
•Business Management,
•port technology,
•naval engineering,
•nderwater archaeology,
•ecological engineering,
•Marine Engineering,
•port technologies and engineering,
•hydrology and oceanography,
•Electrical engineering

Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry in Brno (MUAF in Brno)

is divided into four faculties and one institute.
•Faculty of Agronomy,
•Faculty of Forestry and Wood Technology,
•Faculty of Business and Economics and Institute of Lifelong Learning are all located in Brno.
•Faculty of Horticulture is located in Lednice. The total number of students enrolled at all four faculties was almost 8,000 in 2004. Concerning the foreign relations, both university staff and students frequently visit partner universities in France, Poland, Austria, Germany, the USA, Great Britain and many other countries to study, attend conferences, participate in scholarship programmes or seek consultations. MUAF in Brno is a member of many prominent European organizations (CRE, ICA) and cooperative networks of schools with similar orientations. The university also participates in a large number of international programmes such as SOCRATES, LEONARDO DA VINCI, CEEPUS, AKTION, as well as many international projects. In order to train students, conduct experiments and verify theories in practice, the university disposes of the University agriculture enterprise in Žab?ice and the University forest enterprise Masaryk?v les in K?tiny. The complementary teacher training in technical subjects, the complementary teacher training for job trainers, education for senior citizens within the University of the Third Age and the educational courses tailored to the needs of general public are all in charge of the Institute of Lifelong Learning, established in 2003. Both the Botanical garden and the Arboretum frequently serve the teaching purposes. All persons at the university are welcome to make use of the extensive library, the magazine reading room, and the modern information and computer center which pertain to the Institute for Scientific Information. Automated systems of administration, the University information system and the SAP system, are run by a newly constituted Institute of Informatics and Communication Technologies. The Audiovisual center is responsible for producing video recordings for educational and research purposes, and runs the university film and video library. To preserve and present the university legacy to future generations is the task of the University archive. The students dormitories are located primarily in Brno and Lednice. All students can take their meals in the university canteen. Sports activities are offered to students within the university courses and the university sports club

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