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EduCo announces partnership with New Jersey Institute of Technology

Sydney, AUS – EduCo International has announced a new partnership with the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), giving international students the opportunity to collaborate and be involved in industry placements while they study.
NJIT has a rich history dating back 130 years which has cemented the institution’s reputation for being one of the leading public research universities in the United States. Offering a robust academic environment, students can expect to engage in advanced study and research opportunities through the multi-million dollar funding the institution receives for their ground-breaking studies.
With a national ranking of 135 in the Best Colleges in the United States category by U.S. News & World Report, and ranked at number 8 for alumni earning potential, NJIT has one of the highest returns on investment in relation to the cost of studying and earning outcomes for students. Part of this is due to the specialised co-operative program offered, where students can work in paid positions relevant to their studies prior to graduating.
The partnership with EduCo means NJIT is able to greater offer these opportunities to international students who are keen to pursue careers in the growing areas of science, technology, engineering and math.
The partnership is the seventh in the United States for EduCo, with the company’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Adam Roberts, describing it as “a great opportunity for students who otherwise might not have considered studying at a university with such a globally-recognised research program”.
EduCo serves as a full-service international recruitment partner for its partner schools through its global in-market presence. With offices located in the world’s largest international student markets, the global team of education specialists brings expertise in student retention, academic program development and efficacy.
NJIT greatly values international students in its community, as evidenced by the Office of Global Initiatives, a service strictly providing for international students and assisting them on all matters from immigration status to adjusting to their studies
Potential students have the opportunity to study any of the 48 undergraduate or 59 master’s degrees offered. Students interested in furthering their education through research can enroll in one of 19 Ph.D. programs the institution offers.