The partnership will see Oxford International create the Greenwich International College, which will open its doors to its first cohort of students from around the world in September 2018. Operating from the existing Greenwich university campus, Oxford International will provide a range of pathway programs to both prospective undergraduates and postgraduates.
This is Oxford International’s first university pathway partnership in London, and the fourth since Bowmark invested in the company in 2014. The other partnerships are with Bangor University, De Montfort University and the University of Dundee.
David Brown, president and co-founder of Oxford International, said: “We pride ourselves on working collaboratively with our university colleagues within each partnership to deliver an attractive range of programs that support the needs of international students”.
Oxford International is continuing to expand its provision in both secondary and higher education, both organically and through acquisition
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