he University of Cambridge, one of the highest ranked institutions of learning in the world, recently reaffirmed their endorsement of Ameson’s system of testing, screening, and verification of admission applications and documents submitted by elite Chinese students seeking to attend international universities.
Having worked with Ameson since 2002 to develop the highly respected Ameson Scholastic Test (AST) that measures student aptitudes and proficiency in English, mathematics and physics, Cambridge also recognized the need and value of trustworthy verification of documents. Admissions official David Cardwell of Cambridge said the Ameson China Equitable Information Management Service (CEIMS) “now adds the crucial steps to provide efficient and ethical verification of documents submitted by Chinese students and schools.”
The verification mechanism is a process of the Ameson Chinese Elite Identification System (ACEIS) that has served top-tier universities all over the world since 2002 to select the best and the brightest candidates from China’s top-ranked high schools.
Prof Cardwell said “We have tracked the progress of students admitted to the University of Cambridge via the Ameson system since the program began in 2002. These students have consistently achieved first-class honours results in their Tripos examinations, and have been an excellent addition to our University.”
[Cambridge is] very satisfied with the Ameson process, and we intend to continue working with their system.
David Cardwell, University of Cambridge, Fitzwilliam College Admissions Office
The Ameson Foundation coordinates a number of education and culture exchanges between entities in the United States, Oceania, Europe and Asia to promote various cultures and languages; to stimulate and develop relevant education programs; and to develop and utilize education and culture resources in support of exchange initiatives. Ameson also actively develops and promotes a vast international education platform to conduct international symposiums on education, culture and economics.
The Ameson international network of member universities includes the University of Cambridge, UCLA, the University of Melbourne, the University of Edinburgh, Aston University, Durham University, University of Auckland, University of Glasgow, and others.