The senior management team from CEFL visited the UK recently to meet with our new partner universities and finalise the partnership agreements. Along with visits to Cambridge and York universities, the team, lead by CEO Dr Elsie Chin, met and signed agreements with Bangor University in North Wales and Canterbury Christchurch Universities in Kent.
Professor John G. Hughes, Vice Chancellor of Bangor University greets Dr Elsie Chin during CEFL’s recent UK visit.
Mr Andrew Ironside, Vice Chancellor of Canterbury Christchurch University and Dr Elsie Chin, CEO of Cambridge English for Life, complete the signing of the Partnership MOU.
Front row: Mr. Andrew Ironside (Vice Chancellor of Canterbury Christchurch University); Dr Elsie Chin (CEO of Cambridge English For Life)
Back row: Mark Hall (International Recruitment Officer CCU); Mark Wright (Chief Academic Officer CEFL); Sue Kendall-Seatter (Director for International Partnerships and Development CCU); Keith Harris (retiring Chief Academic Officer CEFL)