Study Group grows in the US with three new university partnerships
Study Group announces new North American university partnerships with:
- California State University San Marcos, San Marcos
- Towson University, Maryland
- University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha
Study Group is delighted to announce three new partnerships with US universities.
According to Chief Executive Officer Ian Crichton: “The news of our latest three partnerships in the United States marks the beginning of our strategy to rebalance our global business, by increasing our investment in the US and broadening our US geographic footprint while strengthening our portfolio and diversity of quality institutions. The US has long been a highly-respected study destination for international students and our latest partnerships open up outstanding avenues for students keen to experience America and to benefit from the career opportunities it offers.
“Further announcements will follow in 2024, as we look to up our game in support of our UK partners to strengthen their international intakes through 2024 while continuing to build out our global footprint. We will of course continue to develop our work with all our partners on transnational education and new programmes for our students.
“Our stated aim is to increase the participation and success of talented students in global education, and I am proud to work with our international team and partners to make this a reality. The benefits of international education have never been more important, not only to students themselves but to the world as young people benefit from a great education and the ability to thrive as confident global citizens.”
The announcement of Study Group’s latest US partnerships follows news of outstanding progression results for Study Group students on its UK and Ireland pathway programmes, and the appointment of highly-respected higher education leader Professor Elena Rodriguez-Falcon as Study Group Provost and Chief Academic Officer.