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CEG launches two programs at Illinois Tech

Cambridge Education Group has announced the launch of two new programs for international students at Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago.

   The International Freshman Year and International Graduate Year programs will be based at Illinois Tech’s Mies Campus in CEG’s new Global Education Center.

  It will offer international students the opportunity to progress into the second year of their chosen undergraduate or the third semester of a graduate degree at the private research University.

“We are thrilled to offer international students the opportunity to study at such a prestigious institution in one of the most exciting cities in the world,” said Michael Ioakimides, CEO of CEG.

“With an impressive offering of innovative and highly-ranked degree programs ranging from architecture to artificial intelligence, Illinois Tech’s reputation as a leading STEM university in the US attracts the brightest and best to Chicago.

   “Our International Freshman and Graduate Years will now make the unique Illinois Tech education even more accessible for students globally,” he said.

Mike Gosz, vice president for Enrollment at Illinois Tech added: “We at Illinois Tech are thrilled to be partnering with CEG to provide tremendous educational experiences for both undergraduate and graduate students from around the world.

“This initiative fits well with Illinois Tech’s mission of providing access and opportunity to students from diverse backgrounds for over 125 years.”

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