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Canadian Education Centre Network / Réseau des CÉC
Abbreviation CEC Network / CECN
Motto Bringing Canadian education to the world
Formation 1995
Type Private, not-for-profit, educational organization
Headquarters Vancouver, British Columbia
Location Canada
Region served Brazil, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Russia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, Vietnam
Membership 200 universities, community colleges, technical institutes, career colleges, secondary schools, language schools, summer camps
Staff 50 worldwide
Website www.cecnetwork.ca

The Canadian Education Centre Network (French: Réseau des CÉC) also referred to as CEC Network or CECN, is an organization that promotes Canada as a study destination to students around the world. Founded in 1995 with support from the Government of Canada, CECN currently has approximately 200 members consisting of universities, community colleges, technical institutes, career colleges, secondary schools, language schools and summer camps.

CECN produces the website StudyCanada, a resource for international students. Here, students can find detailed information on Canadian schools, including program offerings, costs, accommodations and much more. They are also able to e-mail schools directly for more information. StudyCanada has 13 country sites (Brazil, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Russia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey and Vietnam) and 7 language sites (Arabic, English, French, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian and Spanish). Combined, the 20 sites receive an average of 3 million visits per year.[1]

Maple Bear is an early childhood learning program developed by CECN Global Schools (a subsidiary of CECN). Its aim is to bring Canadian best practices in early childhood education to world. Maple Bear can be found in Brazil, China, France, India, Korea, Morocco and Turkey. [2].

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