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            BEYOND GRADUATION

            C.C.B • Nov 20, 2019

            Partnership with American National University.


            C.C.B. School of Atlanta is excited to partner with American National University to offer more opportunities for our students to continue their postsecondary education. We have teamed with ANU to provide our students a more accessible path to pursue a degree program and fulfill their professional goals.


            C.C.B. students who successfully complete level 9 (or higher) in our Intensive English Program will be eligible to directly transfer to American National University without being required to submit separate evidence of English proficiency (such as a TOEFL score).


            C.C.B. is proud to work with an established and esteemed institute such as ANU, and we hope to continue to offer new opportunities for our students.

            American National University provides opportunities for individuals who are seeking to achieve their career goals by offering credential and degree programs through distance education and blended learning. American National University is dedicated to ensuring adult students have access to quality programs in career focused disciplines that provide the skills needed to be competitive in today’s changing marketplace.

            GOALS

            Offer credential and degree programs focused on preparing students to be competitive in the current marketplace.
            Integrate soft skills and practical knowledge students need to be effective in their chosen career.
            Assist students in achieving their academic goals through proactive support and encouragement.
            Maximize the use of current technologies to offer accessible and relevant academic programs.
            For more information regarding American National University, please visit American National University’s website.

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