LaSalle College in Montréal is proud to announce a new strategic partnership with Fusion English, following its acquisition by the LCI Education network.
"We are very thrilled of this new partnership between Fusion English in Australia and the LCI Education network. This new partnership will allow Quebecers and our alumni to improve their English level and pursue a Bachelor of Design Arts at the Academy of Design Australia, also a member of the LCI Education network. Australia is a dream destination for higher education for North Americans and this new partnership will definitely encourage our students to take the extra leap of faith and pursue their studies abroad" mentions Jacques Marchand, General Manager of LaSalle College in Montreal.
Fusion English is dedicated to providing a high standard of educational service. This has been recognised by NEAS, a global leader in quality assurance for the English language teaching (ELT) sector. The review involved extensive surveys and focus groups with staff and students. Fusion English also prides itself on offering students, from over 40 different countries, a great place to learn. It boasts well-equipped educational facilities, spacious classrooms, high quality teachers and a wide range of interesting recreational activities. Fusion English ensures a multicultural atmosphere, ideal for meeting people from all over the globe and for creating an optimum chance to practice English!
"Since the Academy of Design Australia joined the network in July 2015, our operations in Australia are increasingly evolving and expanding. For several months, we have been actively looking for a partner to welcome international students and through its tradition of excellence and its fine reputation in Melbourne and Brisbane, Fusion English was an ideal partner" added Claude Marchand, President and CEO of the LCI Education network.
Open to pedagogical innovation and always ready to face new professional challenges, three teachers at LaSalle College experimented with a cutting-edge technology. Nathalie Goron, Daniela Caputo and Manon Wascher offered their students online courses via the Adobe Connect virtual platform.