Atlantic Education International
Atlantic Education International Inc. (AEI) was created in 1997 by the province of New Brunswick to deliver world class education opportunities to the global community through the New Brunswick Department of Education and Early Childhood Development.
NEW! - AEI Administrator - Niteroi, Brazil (July 2017)
NEW! - AEI Teacher & Administrator - Turkey (April 2017)
Opportunities for New Brunswick educators and administrators with off-shore partner schools in China, Bangladesh and Brazil.
Where 11 to 18 year olds from around the world come for an English-language immersion experience in a public school for one semester, the full year, or a 4 to 12 week stay.
Atlantic Education International is committed to expanded lines of business, providing additional education services. As we interact with partners in various countries to deliver unique and quality education and programs, we are constantly working on creating new business development.
To date, over 2000 students from around the world have participated in the NBISP.
More than 500 New Brunswick educators have taught the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development curriculum abroad.
AEI currently works with approximately 50 Middle Schools & High Schools throughout the Anglophone School Districts in New Brunswick.
Payments to districts, schools, homestay parents and coordinators raise the estimated economic impact of AEI activities to over $5 million.
Atlantic Education International Inc. (AEI) was created in 1997 by the province of New Brunswick to deliver world class education opportunities to the global community through the province’s Department of Education.
Atlantic Education International (AEI) was incorporated in 1997. At that time, New Brunswick was the first jurisdiction in the world to offer an international/Chinese education partnership. This included teaching the New Brunswick curriculum in five schools in China, a dual New Brunswick-Chinese High School Diploma to successful Chinese students, and the opportunity for Chinese students to spend a semester studying in the province.
This endeavour was made possible through a partnership agreement between the New Brunswick Department of Education and AKD International Inc. A leading education group in China, AKD was created in 1994.
In 2007, AEI started recruiting international students in Mexico, Colombia and Brazil and also began a partnership with The International School of Saint Lucia in the island country of the West Indies.
In 2009, AEI began negotiations with Bangladesh, and the Canadian Trillium School opened in Dhaka in 2010.
In 2011, AEI began developing a partnership with Colégio Santa Maria in Brazil.