New online Entrepreneurship Program with Columbia Business School!

CTM Education is thrilled to announce our new exclusive online Entrepreneurship Program in partnership with Columbia Business School and Venture for All!

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This exclusive program offers students the opportunity to enroll in a 12-week online program through the Columbia Business School’s online Canvas platform. Each week students will participate in live or recorded lessons which focus on the creation, evaluation, development, and launch readiness of their own business idea and model.

Students can work individually or in teams of three, and at the end of the 12-week program, will pitch their business ideas via video conference to the two esteemed Columbia business instructors for feedback. Upon completion of the program, students will receive a Certificate of Completion from Columbia Business School.

We’re excited to bring this new, innovative online program to our CTM students! Click here for the website for further information and details about the program, including eligibility and start dates, as well as to register online!

You can also contact Valerie at CTM at: valerie.manzino@ctmeducation.com with any questions or for more details. We welcome any business-minded, creative, or inspired students and young professionals to apply!

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Class of 2018: Transfer Success!

We congratulate this year’s Class of 2018 Dean College CTM graduates as they receive their Associate’s degrees and transfer to some of the top Universities across the United States! From Boston to New York, Michigan, California, Indiana and everywhere in between, we wish these students the best of luck in their further education pursuits! We are so proud of all of our students who will work hard to gain more knowledge, obtain their Bachelor’s degrees, and become successful global citizens!

Recent transfer admissions for this Fall 2018 semester include: Johns Hopkins University, Cornell University, New York University, University of Michigan, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Boston University, University of Southern California, Savannah College of Art & Design, Northeastern University, University of Wisconsin, UCLA, UC – San Diego, UC – Davis, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, George Washington University, Purdue University, Tulane University, and many more.

Good luck to all students this Fall 2018 semester!

Success Stories – Toby Hale, Alfred University, Class of 2018

“Alfred University has not only broadened my mind and given me a true college experience, but it has also become a home for me. Playing on the American football team at Alfred has also introduced me to a diverse group of guys and a cohesive family atmosphere.”

  •  Toby Hale, Alfred University, BA Business Administration in Finance, Class of 2018

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As an international student with ties both in England and in the United States, Toby’s unique global perspective helped him to easily integrate into college life, where he began his studies at Alfred University in Fall 2014.

Toby has taken advantage of exploring new programs and courses, and by working with his advisors, has found the major that best suits his future dreams and career goals. In addition to his academic pursuits, Toby has played on the American football team at Alfred since his freshman year, a sport he has loved from his childhood days living in America. He will continue playing and completing his Finance program, with plans to graduate from Alfred University in Spring 2018.

Update: Congratulations to Toby on his graduation from Alfred University this May 2018! We wish Toby the best of luck as he heads to Chicago for an exciting job opportunity!

Read Empire 8’s Feature on Toby as Student-Athlete of the Month

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Success Stories – Coco Lam, Dean College, AA Class of 2016

“Enrolling at Dean College has opened my eyes to the vast potential I possess as a student and also the unique skills and experiences I can offer to all my classes. The highly supportive learning environment has made reaching academic success less of a competition and more of a personal gain in self-development, and I am extremely humbled by the achievements I’ve made ever since coming here.”

Success Stories – Lucrezia Butti, Alfred University, Class of 2016

“My incredible time spent at Alfred University provided me the almost unique opportunity of being a triple major in political science, comparative culture and global studies. During my three years at Alfred, I met many wonderful people who became friends. I am pursuing my Graduate degree at Johns Hopkins University and would like to become a diplomat.”

  • Lucrezia Butti, Alfred University, Class of 2016
  • Will attend the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins University in International Relations, Conflict Resolution

Study profile:

Lucrezia joined Alfred University in fall 2013 in pursuit of her Bachelor’s degree. Coming from a small town in Switzerland near the Italian border, Lucrezia already spoke three languages and had an affinity for exploring new cultures when she joined Alfred.

She immediately began pursuing her degree in Political Science, and eventually branched out to other topics and majors as well, including Comparative Cultures, Global Studies and International Relations.

She has been accepted to the National Society of Leadership and Success (the nation’s largest leadership honor society, where top students nominated by their colleges come together to identify and achieve their goals) and will also be receiving Alfred University’s award in Comparative Cultures for her outstanding research.

In May 2016 she graduated from Alfred University with her Bachelor’s degree and continues her education, pursuing her Master’s degree in International Relations – Conflict Resolution at the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins University.

Russell Group of Universities Guide – What to Study at Sixth Form – UK

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The Russell Group of Universities has produced this guide because they think that it is really important for all young people to have clear information about how the subjects that they choose to study in the sixth form or at college can affect their options at university and their chances in life.  That way, they can make well-informed decisions.

As a group of 24 leading universities in the UK, they want to help ensure that young people are well-informed. They have developed this guidance in close consultation with admissions staff and managers in all Russell Group universities and with very helpful advice from the Institute of Career Guidance. When it comes to choosing your A-levels or other advanced level qualifications, it can be tempting simply to choose subjects that you enjoy and which interest you. But it’s also important to think a bit further ahead and to consider what you might want to do in the future.

If the idea of going to university appeals — whether or not you know which subject you want to study — having the right information now will give you more options when the time comes to make up your mind. There’s no getting away from the fact that the subjects you study in the sixth form or at college will determine which degree courses will be open to you in future.