How Does CAPSTONE Work?
As the operator of the CAPSTONE program, Edu-Link arranges for international cooperation between schools abroad and matching schools in the United States. International students who complete courses in the CAPSTONE program will receive credit from an accredited partner school in America. Edu-Link, the American partner school, and the school running the CAPSTONE program work together to successfully run the program.
The American Partner School
as an accredited educational institution, is responsible for issuing course credits, certificates of graduation, diplomas, and transcripts. The American partner school also recommends textbooks and oversees the overall quality of education.
provides our partner schools abroad with certified American teachers, the CAPSTONE American Curriculum (approved by our American partner schools for cross credit recognition) and course syllabi, administrative support and management of educational quality, a comprehensive learning management platform, and college consulting services. Edu-Link also works to facilitate communication between the school abroad and the American partner school, arranging for cultural exchanges, summer programs, and student transfers to our American partner schools.
The Foreign School
is responsible for daily administrative tasks, supporting and compensating our CAPSTONE approved American teachers, promoting the program to prospective students, securing government licenses for the successful operation of the CAPSTONE program, and providing classrooms, facilities, and other necessary logistical support.