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October 25, 2013

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CEG acquires Boston Academy of English

cambridge-education-group.jpg Cambridge Education Group, a leading pre-university education group based in the UK, continues its international expansion, reports the PIE (Professionals in International Education) News.

Cambridge Education Group (CEG) has acquired Boston Academy of English, rounding out its portfolio of education institutions in the American city and marking another first in its campaign to expand internationally.

Last year CEG made its first venture outside of the UK by expanding its pathway partnership programmes to Boston with ONCAMPUS at Wheelock College. It also launched its international high school, CATS Academy Boston last summer to prepare international and US national students for degree study at America’s “most prestigious universities”.

“We can now offer our quality network of partners a full portfolio of programmes in the education capital of the US,” said CEO Fergus Brownlee in a statement. “Boston Academy of English will further raise our status as an unrivalled institution of learning, whilst allowing us to provide the finest and most comprehensive range of educational facilities in the city.”

Read the full post on The PIE News.

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