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Study in UK & Australia Webinar for Associate Degree Students

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Associate Degree and Higher Diploma Students wishing to study abroad?

Did you know that AD and HD students can get into universities in the UK and Australia through Credit Exemption?

IDP Education is organizing a "Study in UK & Australia Webinar for Associate Degree Students" on April 23, providing you with comprehensive study abroad information for AD/HD students. By joining the online seminar, you will get to know useful information on studying in the UK and Australia, specifically tailored to AD/HD students.

Representatives from Coventry University and University of South Australia (CRICOS Provider No.: 00121B) will be participating the webinar, introducing its university and different subjects and courses.

IDP Education Counsellors will also provide professional advice and help students plan their next few years studying overseas.

AD/HD students don’t miss it, register now!

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IDP Education

IDP is a Global company that offers services to support people wishing to study abroad. We represent more than 700 overseas universities and almost 80 UK Universities, and assist student to apply the univeristies free-of-charge and provide professional study advices.

~ Seminar schedule is subject to change, and will be conducted in Cantonese.

Study in UK & Australia Webinar for Associate Degree Students

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