( PR4US.com | Press Release | 2016-11-04 21:41:49 )
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 26, 2016
Contact: R. Conrad Winke
BIR Training Center
establishes cooperative agreement with Cardinal Stritch University (WI) to benefit international students
CHICAGO, Illinois. BIR Training Center
(BIR), founded in 1993, is an institution of postsecondary
education specializing in a variety of occupational and academic and fields, including English for Specific Purposes and University Test Preparation. Cardinal Stritch University (Stritch), is a leading institution of higher education offering bachelor's, master's, extended certification, and doctoral programs with various concentrations including the arts, business, education, leadership, liberal arts, nursing, and the sciences.
BIR today announced a new partnership with Stritch that will open the doors for BIR graduates to continue their education at Stritch.
Students accepted into BIR’s test preparation program who are interested in continuing their education, and who meet Stritch admission requirements, will receive a Conditional Letter of Acceptance from
Stritch. Successful completion of BIR’s University Test Preparation program will now meet language proficiency requirements for admission to Cardinal Stritch University.
“Cardinal Stritch University is located in the north shore of Milwaukee. We offer more than 60 undergraduate and graduate degree programs that help students develop new skills, gain career-related experience, and build professional networks,” said Allan D. Mitchler, Vice President of Enrollment Services at Cardinal Stritch University. “Stritch is an excellent choice for studying the arts, business, education, leadership, liberal arts, nursing, and the sciences. With more than 34,000 alumni, through education, academic support, mentoring, and career opportunities, we help students find their mission in life.”
BIR Business English Manager, Dr. Feliks Kravets, said that “BIR is committed to providing more services leading to better opportunities for F-1 students.” He called the partnership “an existing opportunity joining educational institutions to assist international students with meeting their most aggressive educational objectives.”