International Partners

EduGlobal has built a strong reputation in the local and international industry by demonstrating innovation, knowledgeable experience and at all times, professionalism. It is through this professionalism that we have created a large network of client institutions (over 400) from countries all over the world. Our greatest success lies in creating success for our partners, who we proudly support through our network and scope of services.

EduGlobal also maintains a professional network of key international partnerships. This network has been strategically developed to both complement the EduGlobal service suite and elevate our position as industry leader. For information on how you can become an industry partner, please This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


CEC China is the Canadian division of Beijing EduGlobal.  Since 2006, CEC China has operated in partnership with EduGlobal, and the relationship continues to grow.

CEC China was formerly part of CEC Network, which was established in part by the Canadian government in 1995 as a non-profit organization to promote Canada as a study destination in various countries around the world. Since the closure of CEC Network in January 2010, CEC China continues to operate under the leadership of James Aldridge.

We are working closely with hundreds of schools, both former CEC members and non-members.We currently have 3 offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou and are continuing to expand the services we offer to Canadian schools across our network of 20 offices in China.

In addition to assisting students with all aspects of their study abroad process, we work closely with Canadian institutions to develop their marketing and recruitment strategies in China.

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In December 2009, EduGlobal became the first recruiter in China to receive agency certification by the American International Recruitment Council (AIRC). AIRC was established to develop standards of ethical practice pertaining to international student recruitment and is a non-profit organisation controlled by accredited US post-secondary education institutions.