EBI Group was established in 1996 by three former directors of the Canadian Bureau for International Education( www.cbie.ca).
Originally created to help recruit international students from the Caribbean for Canadian post secondary educational institutions, EBI grew into a multi- service organisation. EBI offers international training and work experience, international student recruitment as well as general project management.
In addition to the Caribbean, EBI has undertaken student recruitment in Latin America, Europe, Africa, and the USA. It has managed international work projects in West Africa and Canada. It has undertaken market research for governments and private firms in Europe and North America.
A partial list of clients includes Acadia University, the Canadian government, HCP, M & J Travel, Royal Roads University and the University of Toronto.
What We Can Do For You
EBI Educational Group develops customized training programs that are attuned culturally to different global segments. With more that 20 years of experience working around the globe, we work with post secondary institutions to design and develop commercially sellable short term training packages. We work with agents and contacts around the world to ensure that before the training package is offered, it is deemed a viable product for that particular country or market.
The President - Roger Charles BA MA MBA CBA One of the founders of EBI Educational Group Inc, Roger has more than 30 years of international educational experience, ranging from being a teacher in a village school in Africa to running an international experiential learning organisation (the International Youth Hostel Federation) in London, England. Roger brings 20+ years of senior executive experience to the position of President. He has working experience in more than 40 countries and has lived in Africa, Europe and North America. In addition to his position as President of EBI Group, he is involved with local post secondary institutions as both teacher and mentor. He also sits on the boards and committees of a number of voluntary organisations.