Entries by Denia Mariano

University of New England (UNE) accepts ELSIS EAP program

22 Oct 2020, Sydney. ELSIS’ EAP programs will now be accepted under University of New England’s (UNE) English Language Requirements for Admission Rule (ELRA) and English Language Requirements Higher than the University Minimum Annex. The university will accept students who have successfully completed the English for Academic Purposes (EAP) program from a non-university NEAS-accredited English […]

ELSIS Partners with TAFE NSW to Empower Students

6 Aug 2020, Sydney. English Language School In Sydney (ELSIS) is pleased to announce its collaboration with TAFE NSW as it continues to offer a range of pathway programs that provide guaranteed entry into a number of Australian VET providers / universities. ELSIS, which is the English Language Provider of Education Centre of Australia (ECA) […]

NEAS Endorses ELSIS for Quality Online Delivery

31 July, Sydney. NEAS has released its endorsement of ELSIS as a Quality Online Provider. ELSIS’s remote delivery model is enhanced by the incorporation of E2Classroom, a state-of-the-art learning management system purpose-built for languages and filled with additional quality learning content. ELSIS students benefit from various learning and support tools available through the E2Classroom platform, […]

ECA acquires IT Masters to deliver high-value education to domestic students in Australia

Sydney, 23 April: ECA is excited to announce the acquisition of IT Masters, an industry-based education company that partners with Charles Sturt University (CSU) to develop a unique series of online Master degree qualifications that are accessible, affordable, accredited and relevant for students and professionals seeking careers in IT in Australia. This strategic acquisition of IT Masters […]

19 March 2020: COVID-19 Precautions & Guidance

With the developing situation around COVID-19 coronavirus, we believe that encouraging ‘social distancing’ (avoidance of unnecessary groups and interactions) is the need of the hour and in the best interest of everyone. Hence, we will be moving to a partial shutdown. This means that students will be moved to remote (online and digitally supported) learning. […]