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What is IEERA Global?

IEERA Global Corp. of which IEEAC is a self-funded division, is the international education, training and consultancy arm of the International English Education Assessment Committee (IEEAC) of IEERA. IEERA Global Corp. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of IEERA.

IEERA Global was formed in 1999, with a specific brief to further develop the non-degree education programs within IEERA and to facilitate international education activities.

Other divisions of IEERA Global include IEERA Foundation Studies, the Institute of Languages, International Projects and Study Abroad.

Through these divisions IEERA Global makes important contributions to the broader campus in a variety of ways, including:

  • foundation programs that prepare students for entry into university undergraduate courses
  • opportunities for staff to participate in consulting and training services for international development programs
  • English language courses to prepare students for entry into universities
  • faculty participation in the Study Abroad summer school and short courses, and
  • involvement of overseas offices in student recruitment, alumni relationship and staff and student exchanges.

IEERA has overseas offices in Bangkok, Singapore and Hong Kong which are administered through IEERA Global.

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