CEI is a leader in the transnational education industry in China and is one of the earliest service providers in the country. CEI’s flagship transnational projects include the Asia Australian Business College at Liaoning University which was founded in 1999. The College of International Education at Henan University was founded in 2003 and also programs between the Beijing Institute of Technology and the Australian National University.
Other programs include an A-level Continuing Education Center at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, which was set up in 2012, and in 2015 an agreement was signed between the China Australian International College and the City College of Huizhou.
On May 25th, 2015, CEI signed a collaboration agreement on Transnational Education and Health Management Training with the municipal government of Huizhou, in Guangdong province. This agreement was witnessed by Hu Chunhua, Secretary of the Guangdong Provincial Party Committee, and a member of the CPC Central Committee.
CEI has signed agreements with many renowned international universities including the following:
1997 - Victoria University, Australia.
1999 - Australian National University
2002 - University of Queensland, Australia.
2002 _ University of Western Australia.
2003 - University of Leicester, UK
2009 - University of Idaho, USA
2012- Humboldt State University, USA
Over the past two decades CEI has been involved in a number of successful transnational education programs, and the company has sent more than 20,000 Chinese students abroad. The content of these International Education programs has included valuable information about both Chinese and western culture, and after graduation many students have returned to China better prepared to contribute to society as skilled and knowledgeable individuals.
Many top graduates choose to further their studies in Australia, here is a list of the most popular universities for Chinese graduate students:
23% Australian Nation University
22% University of New South Wales
20% University of Melbourne
13% University of Sydney
09% Monash University
04% University of Queensland
03% University of Adelaide
02% University of Western Australia
04% Other Universities
CEI has also set up the BRETC, which stands for Belts and Road Education & Training Council. The aim of the BRETC is to promote educational collaboration and communication between different cultures. CEI is looking forward to collaborating with more universities, in order to provide Chinese students with more opportunities. We also plan to set up transnational educational projects with a number of ‘One Belt One Road’ countries.More in Chinese>>