Aspire English is pleased to announce that it has gained NEAS re-endorsement, a tribute to the high standard of English teaching at the higher education institution.
“NEAS (National English Language Teaching Accreditation Scheme) is recognised internationally as a mark of quality by English language students, agents and regulators,” Aspire Head of English Language and Foundation Programs Linda Karlsson said.
Aspire Institute falls under the International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS), located in Northern Beaches, NSW, and in the city of Sydney. Aspire offers higher education undergraduate and postgraduate courses as stand-alone qualifications, as well as opportunities to use Aspire qualifications as a pathway into a bachelor degree or other program at ICMS, or at one of the distinguished Australian universities and colleges that Aspire has partnerships with.
“Gaining NEAS endorsement demonstrates a high standard in our Aspire English language courses and services provided. Quality Assurance experts have reported that Aspire English is running a quality operation in all areas: learning, teaching and assessment; the student experience, resources and facilities; administration, management and staffing; ethical promotion and student recruitment,” Karlsson said.
Aspire English programs are ideal for students who meet the academic requirements for Aspire pathways but who need, or would like, additional English language proficiency before commencing study. Students develop the essay and report writing, presentation and critical thinking skills in English that are required for success in undergraduate study.
As a Not for Profit Registered Charity, NEAS Australia is regulated by the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC). The NEAS tick promotes the recognition of quality in education and training. Students, parents, education agents, teachers and professional staff recognise the high value of being NEAS quality assured. NEAS quality assurance is highly regarded by regulatory and government bodies.
“Thank you to our students, staff, teachers and management who participated in the NEAS application process.”
For more information on NEAS, click here: https://neas.org.au
For more information on Aspire Institute, click here: https://aspire.edu.au