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2 INTRODUCTION EDUCATIONAL PARTNERS BRIEF ON EDUCATIONAL PARTNERS SYSTEM TYPES OF COURSES FACULTY TEAM AMERICAN UNIVERSITY TRASFER PROGRAM PATHWAY TO WISCONSIN SYSTEM BENEFITS TO THE STUDENTS CONTENTS

3 INDIAN STUDENTS LIST TRASFERRING TO THE US UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SYSTEM OUTDOOR FACILITIES CAMPUS LEARNING STUDENTS ACTIVITIES ACCOMODATION IN SINGAPORE ACCOMODATION IN WISCONSIN STUDENTS' TESTIMONY CONTENTS

4 ACE is established in 2007 with current campus which can hold 1000 students yearly, Edu Trusted School since 2010 with Council Private Education Singapore. We have range of different students from English, diploma, advanced diploma in Business, Hospitality Management and Media Studies from China, India, Indonesia, Korea, Mongolia, and local students from Singapore. We have a big campus with full facilities such as Badminton Hall, Table Tennis, Basketball Field, canteen, Library, Student computer Lab, and outdoor Sports activities INTRODUCTION

5 The Student can peruse a 2 year credit transfer to University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee and River falls campus in liberal Arts and Normandale Community College for completing Bachelors Program in Hospitality. It is suited for students who cannot directly pursue there American dream due to weak English, Lower academics or financial disposition etc. We will start with the Post Graduate programs with the credit transfer soon. INTRODUCTION

6 The University of Wisconsin Colleges is a multi-campus public institution that prepares students for success at the baccalaureate level of education by offering the first two years of a liberal arts general education that is accessible and affordable, and advances the Wisconsin Idea by bringing the resources of the University to the people of the state and the communities that provide and support its campuses. The University of Wisconsin Colleges, which is part of the University of Wisconsin System, is composed of 13 local campuses and an online campus. UW Colleges offers an associate of arts and science degree as well as several certificate programs. EDUCATIONAL PARTNERS

7 Metropolitan State University Founded in 1971; located in the Twin Cities of Minnesota, USA An undergraduate and graduate university; Member of the Minnesota State College and University System; Offering various majors including Business, Science, Nursing, Psychology and many more; Student/Faculty Ratio is 20:1; Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the NCA. EDUCATIONAL PARTNERS

8 Normandale Community College Established in 1968; located in Bloomington, Minnesota, USA Career programs prepare students for full time employment; Continuing education and customized training opportunities; Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools in the United States. EDUCATIONAL PARTNERS

9 Founded in 1874; Member of the University of Wisconsin System, It has been ranked 80th best among Regional Universities (Midwest) by US News & World Report. Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the NCA. Its College of Business and Economics is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). UWRF offers approximately 46 majors in a variety of disciplines in the arts and sciences, education, business, agriculture, environmental studies, English, Chemistry, Physics and many more; The UWRF campus is located in beautiful western Wisconsin on the eastern edge of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area, with easy access to big city entertainment and recreational pursuits. This location provides students with many opportunities for internships and jobs with both small and large organizations. EDUCATIONAL PARTNERS UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, RIVER FALLS

10 UWM was founded in 1885, UWM is a member of the University of Wisconsin System. Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the NCA. Milwaukee offers 180 degree programs, including 32 doctoral, 53 master’s and 94 bachelor’s and one specialist degree. Milwaukee has a health science institute, architecture and urban planning institute, college of art, business school, education college, engineering and applied science institute, college of liberal arts, social science institute, nursing school, social welfare institute, institute of information technology. U.S. News & World Report has ranked UW-Milwaukee’s Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business among the top 100 business schools in the United States; the Lubar School of Business is ranked 97th in the USA and 70th among public universities in the USA. Hollywood Reporter has named UW-Milwaukee’s Peck School of the Arts one of the world’s top 25 film schools. EDUCATIONAL PARTNERS UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, MILWAUKEE

11 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY TRANSFER PROGRAM Diploma/Advanced Diploma in American Liberal Arts (The module credits are directly transferable to University of Wisconsin-River Falls (UWRF) or the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee (UWM) or the University of Wisconsin Colleges within the University of Wisconsin system. Student may select any available 250 majors to complete their Bachelor’s Degrees in the USA. Associate of Arts & Science Degree at ACE in Singapore (If students complete 60 credits as required by University of Wisconsin Colleges. Or students can go to UWC to gain the Associate Degree in the USA) Types of Courses

12 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Diploma/Advanced Diploma in Business Administration (The module credits are directly transferable to Metropolitan State University.) HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT Certificate/Diploma/Advanced Diploma in Hospitality Management (The module credits are directly transferable to Normandale Community College.) GCE ‘O’ LEVEL PREPARATORY COURSE The American Center for Education (ACE) offers a package of courses designed to prepare students for the Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level (GCE O-Level) examinations. ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAM The objective of this course is to enhance our students’ mastery of basic, intermediate, and advanced English-language skills, which will give them the language foundation they need for their further studies in an English-language medium learning environment. Affiliated Courses

13 Diploma in Business Administration Duration: Full Time 12 months/400 hours, 5 days x 3 hours Admission Requirements: GCE 'O' or 'A' Level Holders, or High School Graduates or its equivalent or above, or Completed Year 2 of High School Minimum age: 17 English Language Requirement: NO IELTS/TOEFL Course Fees: S$ Intake: Mar, May, Jul, Sept and Nov of each year

14 Advance Diploma in Business Administration Duration: Full Time 20 months/800 hours, 5 days x 3 hours Admission Requirements: GCE 'O' or 'A' Level Holders, or High School Graduates or its equivalent or above, or Completed Year 2 of High School, or Diploma in Administration or its equivalent, or Other Business recognized Diplomas and Minimum age: 17 English Language Requirement: NO IELTS/TOEFL Course Fees: S$ Intake: Mar, May, Jul, Sept and Nov of each year

15 Diploma in Hospitality Management Duration: Full Time 8 Months/270 hours 5 sessions per week x 3 hours Admission Requirements: GCE 'O' levels or equivalent, or High school graduates or equivalent, Or Completed Year 11 and above, or Other equivalent qualifications from recognized institutions on a case-by-case basis, and Minimum age of 17 English Language Requirement: NO IELTS/TOEFL Intake: Mar, May, Jul, Sept and Nov of each year Paid Internship of 6 month (subject to approval of Ministry of Manpower, Singapore). Allowances would be from $ 600-S$ 800 per month. Course Fees: S$ Bursary: S$1000

16 Advance Diploma in Hospitality Management Duration: Full Time 16 Months/(540 hours), 5 sessions per week x 3 hours Admission Requirements: GCE 'O' levels or equivalent, or High school graduates or equivalent, or Completed Year 11 and above, or Other equivalent qualifications from recognized institutions on a case-by-case basis, and Minimum age of 17. English Language Requirement: NO IELTS/TOEFL Course Fees: S$ Bursary: SGD 2000 Intake: Mar, May, Jul, Sept and Nov of each year Paid Internship of 6 month (subject to approval Of Ministry of Manpower, Singapore). Allowances would be from S$600-S$800 p/m.

17 Diploma in American Liberal Arts Duration: Full Time 12 months/400 hours, 5 days x 3 hours Admission Requirements: GCE 'O' or 'A' Level Holders, orHigh School Graduates or its equivalent or above, or Completed Year 2 of High School Minimum age: 17 English Language Requirement: NO IELTS/TOEFL Course Fees: S$ Intake: Mar, May, Jul, Sept and Nov of each year

18 Advance Diploma in American Liberal Arts Duration: Full Time 20 months/800 hours, 5 days x 3 hours Admission Requirements: GCE 'O' or 'A' Level Holders, or High School Graduates or its equivalent or above, or Completed Year 2 of High School, or Diploma in Administration or its equivalent, or Other Business recognized Diplomas and Minimum age: 17 Course Fees: S$ English Language Requirement: NO IELTS/TOEFL Intake: Mar, May, Jul, Sept and Nov of each year

19 Mr. Erik Holmberg Ms. Marina Chekunova Dr. Alexander Wollenberg Faculty Member & Guest Lecture Mr. Kassey Kalleichelven Ms. Rita Dutt Dr. Guzel Mansurova Mr. Steven Yeo Mr. Peter Burgess Ms. Marie Jose Jed Dr. Nafis Hanif Dr. Aygul Mansurova FACULTY TEAM

20 ACE provides you with this study platform that will give you a good start along your higher educational pathway. The American Liberal Arts Program is especially tailored for Asian students, and focuses on helping Asian high school graduates to make the transition from their senior high school studies to a higher learning environment. This program prepares Asian students to continue their studies at an American university after studying at ACE. The American Liberal Arts Program offers you a passport to a world-class American university education at UWRF or UWM, at an affordable price. AMERICAN UNIVERSITY TRANSFER PROGRAM

21 威斯康星大学( UWRF ) University of Wisconsin-River Falls 威斯康星大学联合学院( UWC ) University of Wisconsin Colleges University of Wisconsin System 威斯康星大学系统 威斯康星大学 (Madison) – 麦迪逊校区 威斯康星大学 (Milwaukee) – 密尔瓦基校区 威斯康星大学 (River Falls) – 河瀑校区 威斯康星大学 (Eau Claire) – 优 · 克雷尔校区 威斯康星大学 (Green Bay) – 绿湾校区 威斯康星大学 (LaCrosse) – 拉科罗斯校区 威斯康星大学 (Oshkosh) – 奥旭寇旭校区 威斯康星大学 (Parkside) – 帕克赛德校区 威斯康星大学 (Platteville) – 普莱维尔校区 威斯康星大学 (Stevens Point) – 史第分普颖特校区 威斯康星大学 (Stout) – 史蹈特校区 威斯康星大学 (Superior) – 史匹瑞亚校区 威斯康星大学 (Whitewater) – 白水市校区 ACE 学院 ( 美国大学直通车项目 ) PATHWAY TO WISCONSIN SYSTEM

22 BENEFITS TO THE STUDENTS: Offer Letter within 2 working days Internationally recognized degree from US College/ University. Pathway to study and work in USA post the program. Low Study Cost No IELTS No TOFEL requirement. Bank Statement for living expenses for application one day funds only. Programme offered with paid internship Eligible for work permit in Singapore post the PG programme. Student with work experience / study gap eligible for the programme. Tuition fees to be paid to college after ICA approval (Pre VISA). Hence money does not get block due to VISA refusal. High VISA success rate compare to other countries like USA, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand. Easy accessibility to Singapore (Close to India compared to Other countries). BENEFITS TO THE STUDENTS

23 Indian Students studying DHM at ACE Singapore

24 Students transferring to the U.S. TRANSFERRING TO THE U.S.

25 University of Wisconsin – River Falls Metropolitan State University University of Wisconsin Colleges Normandale Community College University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee EDUCATIONAL PARTNERS

26 The University of Wisconsin System is one of the largest systems of public higher education in the USA, serving more than 181,000 students each year and employing more than 39,000 faculty and staff across the state of Wisconsin. The UW System is made up of 13 four-year universities and 13 freshman-sophomore UW Colleges campuses. The UW System’s annual budget is $ 5.5 billion The flagship of the University of Wisconsin System is the University of Wisconsin-Madison. UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SYSTEM

27 University of Wisconsin-Madison: The University of Wisconsin-Madison was established in 1848 in Madison, Wisconsin, USA, on the shore of the beautiful Lake Mendota. UW-Madison’s budget was $2,701,300,000 in In 2010, over 94% of UW-Madison’s 42,595 students were from the United States of America, and UW-Madison had 28,897 undergraduate students, 9,358 graduate students, 2,682 professional students, 1,658 special students, 2,027 faculty, and 387,815 living alumni. UW-Madison has been ranked 19th among world universities by Shanghai’s Jiao Tong University. UW-Madison is tied for 10th place among public institutions in the 2013 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges” UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SYSTEM

28 26 University of Wisconsin Campuses University of Wisconsin Madison University of Wisconsin Milwaukee University of Wisconsin River Falls University of Wisconsin Eau Claire University of Wisconsin Green Bay University of Wisconsin LaCrosse University of Wisconsin Oshkosh University of Wisconsin Parkside University of Wisconsin Platteville University of Wisconsin Stevens Point University of Wisconsin Stout University of Wisconsin Superior University of Wisconsin Whitewater University of Wisconsin Colleges (13campus es) UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SYSTEM

29 ACE Building Basketball courtACE Building Recreation Area OUTDOOR FACILITIES

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31 Interaction w/ lecturers CAMPUS LEARNING

32 STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES

33 Note: All fees shown above are estimated figures ACCOMODATION IN SINGAPORE

34 It is the University Policy that each Freshmen or First Year student is required to stay in a University hall. ACCOMODATION IN WISCONSIN

35 HAN ZEYU - studied in ACE for more than one year and transferred to UWRF, where he is now majoring in life sciences. “Thanks to the American Center for Education, during my Studies at ACE, my knowledge, professional skills and other abilities, such as communication skills, interpersonal relationship and independence, improved a lot. Currently, I am carrying on my Degree Course at the University of Wisconsin – River Falls in the U.S based on ACE’s assistance. I will try my best in my current studies.” YE XUWEN - studied in ACE for one year and transferred to UWRF, where she is now majoring in finance and business. "Thanks ACE for giving me such a good opportunity, and helping me to fulfill my dream to study at the University of Wisconsin, also thanks to all the people who helped me in the past one year in Singapore. I hope more and more students can come to the US with help from ACE.” STUDENTS’ TESTIMONY

36 Name: SHIN SONGYI Hi, Everyone, This is Alice Song. I am Korean. I came to Singapore in July 2011 and started to study for the Diploma in Hospitality Management at the American Center for Education. This was my first time overseas. I would like to thank the very kind lecturers and especially Ms Tina. I had good memories in ACE while studying. I made many Chinese friends at ACE. After 6 months, I found a great opportunity as a front office staff at the Orchid Hotel in Singapore with the help of Korean staff members. I have been working in the hotel since February I have been trying to do my best every day. Thanks again ACE !! Name: Bag Yoonkyung Hi, my name is Yoonkyung Bag from South Korea. I studied in Australia previously. I was very excited about my new dream in Singapore when I came here. Actually, my major is Casino & Hospitality Management in a Korean College so I want to find a good job in the Hospitality line because there are such good hotels in Singapore. When I came to the American Center for Education, I got used to studying with foreigners and getting along with them. Now I’m working at the Goodwood Park Hotel. I miss being an ACE student and my GREAT lecturers. ACE gave me great confidence and good memories. I will never forget ACE !! Bye-Bye ~ STUDENTS’ TESTIMONY

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