CAM-ASEAN signed MoU with EDI Cambodia
On 24 July 2017, CAM-ASEAN signed MoU with Educational Development Institute (EDI), an official and authorized center for TOEFL and GRE tests in Cambodia. It’s well known in the sphere of academic and professional trainings.
Convened at a conference hall of CAM-ASEAN, the agreement was co-signed by Mr. Pech Bolene, CEO & President of EDI and Mr. Seang Sopagna, the President of CAM-ASEAN.
This essential partnership will enable the public and all students to register for
tests of TOEFL iBT, ITP and GRE directly from CAM-ASEAN campuses.
GRE is a Graduate Record Examination test required by universities especially those in the United States before admitting students into a graduate program. TOEFL iBT and ITP tests
are widely recognized and prerequisites for studying abroad, typically in those English speaking countries.
Mr. Seang Sopagna said, "Today ceremony rejoices CAM-ASEAN and EDI being trusted and long-term TOEFL/GRE Tests partners.”
“This event marks another remarkable significance of our school for providing globally recognized tests for all our students and the public,” he continued.
Mr. Pech Bolene featured the essence of partnership and stressed the potential collabo-ration in upcoming days. In addition, he also congrat-ulated CAM-ASEN for its speedy growing and gaining an incredible trust from the public.
Bolene highlighted that, “today signing agreement
Mr. Pech Bolene, CEO & President of EDI (left) & Mr. Seang Sopagna, President of CAM-ASEAN
is, without a single doubt, a result of the credibility’.
He expressed his sincere thanks for his colleagues and staffs of CAM-ASEAN for making this partnership possible. It should be an
ideal notice for students that they now can come to get consultation regarding GRE, TOEFL iBT and ITP preparations and tests at CAM-ASEAN at their convenient time. Staffs at
there are ready to provide assistance for students to the best ability they could.
Both signatories appear to be pleased and concluded with firm reaffirmation of
commitment to conjointly flourish the collaboration. Both parties called on all students to register for the tests or preparation if they wish to measure or get the English ability and result.