Australian Centre for Education (ACE)

IDP Education established the Australian Centre for Education, ‘ACE’, in February 1992.  The school has since grown to become a major provider of English Language Training (ELT) in Cambodia and a leader in the provision of academic English and pre-departure programs.  Over 1,000 students are sponsored to study at ACE by UN agencies, embassies, local and international NGOs, private companies, and philanthropic individuals and organisations each year.

The mission of ACE is to lead the delivery of high quality English language training in Cambodia and the region.  ACE carries out this mission by maintaining an active professional development program for its staff, including facilitating the international CamTESOL Conference, and through making decisions based on empirical evidence of student achievement.

ACE is accredited by the National ELT Accreditation Scheme (NEAS). ACE, Phnom Penh, Samdech Pan was the second English language school outside of Australia to be accredited by NEAS in 2007 and ACE Siem Reap was the third.

Graduates from the ACE General English Program (GEP) (Level 12, with an overall IELTS score of 5.0) are widely accepted in Cambodia as meeting minimum requirements for employment in an English-speaking environment. ACE's English for Academic Purposes Program (EAP) is highly considered in the local education and corporate environments. EAP provides students with the essential skills necessary for English language functionality for work or study to an international standard.

Since establishing its first campus in 1992, ACE has now expanded to three major campuses:

Key features of ACE include:

Widely considered the leading provider of English Language Training in Cambodia, ACE provides English language training and testing to 6,000 students per year from young learners aged 8 and upwards to government employees, embassy staff and corporate executives.

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