Maple Leaf Educational System was the proud recipient of the Canada- China Business Council Education Excellence Award, at the latter’s 40th Anniversary Business Awards Ceremony on October 9, 2018. Howard Balloch, Vice Chairman of Maple Leaf Educational Systems, accepted the award on behalf of the company.
At the CCBC awards ceremony, MLES was praised for its successful growth since its establishment in 1995, with the President of CCBC specifically recognizing Maple Leaf’s high-quality international education system which blends the best of Eastern and Western educational practices. Over the last twenty years, MLES graduates have attended 672 colleges and universities in 30 countries and regions around the world, with more than 50% of MLES graduates being admitted to the top 100 universities in the world, including Stanford University, University of Chicago, University of Cambridge, Imperial College, University College London, University of Toronto, McGill University, Australian National University, National University of Singapore and University of Hong Kong. Among the 2018 MLES graduates, 99 students were accepted by the top ten universities in the world.
The CCBC is an advocate, coordinator and promoter of bilateral business and investment between Canada and China. It is committed to providing business information between Canada and China and building bridges for business exchanges and communication between the two countries. As the most important civic economic and trade exchange ties between Canada and China, the CCBC has been regularly selected as a partner of large-scale economic and business or foreign exchange visits between the two governments since its establishment in 1978.