IUC’s network of
specialist academics, professionals and practitioners
across the world gives it a competitive edge.
In a heavily globalised world, the capacity to
access international experts and contexts is essential
in providing a truly international education designed
to prepare students to work in the global marketplace.
Access to experts also ensures that IUC’s work
is subject to close scrutiny through detailed
research and its application to the client’s needs.
IUC undertakes a variety of projects both within
Australia and overseas. Recent projects include
the design, development, and publication of an
extensive English teaching and learning program
used in Korea, China, and Japan, for one of our
subsidiary companies, CEC Institute (Brisbane).
This program accommodates English learners from
age 4 to age 16 years. It is highly specialized
with over 450 teacher’s and student’s books, approximately
50,000 resources such as flash cards, posters,
games, and 32 CD ROMs. Sixteen of these CD ROMs
are interactive. Visit the site at www.uniconsortium.org
to see the range of published products. Visit
www.choralenglish.com to see this program in action
in South Korea. There is no other English teaching
program of which we are aware that covers the
needs of English learners so thoroughly.
IUC has also designed and developed a three volume
series entitled Functional English for use in
developing the English language speaking skills
of undergraduate students in everyday life, study
abroad, and business contexts.
IUC’s affiliated company, CEC Institute, is a
representative of Education Queensland International
in recruiting students for study tours and it
is also a representative of Griffith University
English Language Institute, Australia, in recruiting
students for its English programs.
The depth and strength of IUC projects is reflected
in its growing connections with education institutions
in India, Australia, China, and South Korea.