IDP Study in New Zealand Exhibition on 8 April
Updated on 04 April 2015
The IDP Study in New Zealand Exhibition 2015 will be hosted in conjunction with New Zealand education institutions, from high school to university level, on Wednesday 8 April. The institution representatives will provide advice and guidance to students and parents on study options, study costs and the visa application process in New Zealand.
Representatives from the Academic Colleges Group (ACG), Auckland University of Technology, Lincoln University, The University of Auckland, Unitec Institute of Technology, Ntec Tertiary Group, and Victoria University of Wellington at the Exhibition will provide students with information on course availability and campus life. Joining them will be staff from the IELTS Cambodia Official Test Centre to give advice on test registration and preparation and representatives from the Australian Centre for Education (ACE) to discuss study options to help students’ English ability to meet the English language requirement of New Zealand education institutions. The New Zealand Embassy in Bangkok will also be on hand to provide information about visa application procedures. IDP’s qualified study abroad counsellors will also be there to help students and parents with any information they need at the exhibition or in the future.
An ever-increasing number of Cambodians are now choosing to include a component of overseas study in their education plans believing this to ensure the competitive edge for their future careers. “This exhibition provides a unique opportunity for any student considering studying abroad” says Sreng Mao, IDP Education (Cambodia) Country Director. “With ASEAN Integration upcoming in 2015, Cambodians with tertiary qualifications from recognised overseas education institutions will be in a much stronger permission to compete for premium jobs.”
“New Zealand education offers high quality, globally-recognised qualifications in a supportive, welcoming and safe learning environment with great lifestyle opportunities,” says HE Reuben Levermore, New Zealand Ambassador to Cambodia. “When students study in New Zealand they’ll get a fresh perspective, discover new ways to learn, gain new experiences and create new opportunities. Anywhere you choose to study will deliver a consistently high-quality education thanks to government regulations, codes of conduct and a set curriculum. As well as providing a world-class education, New Zealand is a safe country to live in. Strangers are welcomed as friends. The landscape is stunning and people are kind and helpful.”
University of Auckland, New Zealand alumnus Nakry Sao says of her time there, “New Zealand is like a dream study destination for everyone. Universities in New Zealand provide pastoral care and great support for international students on top their quality education. Lecturers are supportive and always welcome your opinions. You never feel lonely. Whenever you have any problems, raise them up to the schools or lecturers for support. You will be surprised to experience how much you are cared about in New Zealand. New Zealand is known for its beauty, peacefulness, and lack of corruption. In reality, this is totally true.”
Admission to the IDP Study in New Zealand Exhibition 2015 is free.
To register CLICK HERE!
Where: ACE Toul Tom Poung Campus: #167, St. 163 corner St.480, Khan Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh
When: 10.00 – 17.30, Wednesday 8 April, 2015