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ICCE partners with Perlego to provide learners with unlimited textbook access.

The Institute of Certified Chartered Economists (ICCE) has announced a strategic partnership with Perlego, the digital online library of academic resources and tools, trusted by students worldwide.

Perlego provides users unlimited access to over 800,000 textbooks covering over 1000 topics.

The ICCE is a professional body for economists with a shared common vision of Raising economics professionals with the highest ethical standards through quality education and collaborative learning.

The Institute is dedicated to equipping professionals in the economics and finance industries with the needed skill sets, expertise and qualification that helps them to rise to the top of their chosen career paths, and thus, shape the future of the industries.

Commenting on the partnership with Perlego and how this will help ICCE’s global learners, the Chairman of the Governing Council of ICCE, Prof. H.K. Pradhan, said

“With this partnership with Perlego, we are offering all our active learners an unparalleled and unlimited access to resources covering all the ICCE curriculum.”

Prof. H.K. Pradhan, Chairman of the Governing Council of ICCE,

ICCE learners will be able to download and have access to their reading texts offline via the Perlego mobile App.

This according to the ICCE, brings convenience and flexibility to learners, especially when they have no access to the internet.

“This is a game changer for the Institute. Now, we can confidently engage our global learners without any limitation when it comes to access to resources needed to prepare towards their ICCE exams and or further research.”

Paul Frimpong, Global Head, Membership & Strategy, ICCE
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