Collaboration With Education Providers

Visionary Group conducts multiple levels of collaborations with universities, colleges, high schools and training organizations across the world, from the few owned Canadian schools (an art college, a career-education college and international high schools). 

The Group is constantly build up school curriculums to meet Canadian provincial government criteria (such as MUC and OSSD), building up a network to allow students finding various options suitable to their domestic and international career choices.

Upcoming School Collaborations

Private Sector joins Public School: Recently announced (Feb. 23, 2023) investing public school properties to facilitate an expanded Visual Art Teaching Center, a dedicated campus facility. Also committed is an expanded campus to build a commercial-grade media production center with 2 sound stages, and equip them with the-state-of-the-art facilities for film, network series, and visual media productions. The collaboration program is with Camosun College, set on Victoria Island, BC .

International curriculum sharing: To be signed (Feb. 28, 2023) teaching MTM College courses in John Hughes 3000 Education Technology, to offer credited single-subject courses leading to overseas continuing diploma studies in Canada. This collaboration is on the Shenzhen Campus of Mid China University of Science and Technology in Shenzhen (China).

Collaboration with industrial partners

Visionary Group signed (in Oct, 2022) with 5 international studios, for a joint venture to facilitate the Group’s bona fide program, involving Artist Teaching, Virtual Production, MTM College Expansion and the Education-Production Fusion program. The partners are, BON IO Distribution (since 2002), John Hughes Films Technology (since 2015), East BlueSky Studio (since 2000), and John Hughes Institute (since 2014). Also signed in is an Internet Film & Media Admin representative operation (iMedia Canada) by the same organization of China Communication Industry Association (up to 300 members if China career-education institutes). This collaboration has been expanding with more Hollywood veteran art and technology participations.

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