If you have been eyeing to study in Australia but are not yet sure which school and program to enrol in, this is the perfect opportunity for you!
IDP Philippines, the trusted name for students who are aiming to study in Australia, USA and UK, is hosting Australian Education Exhibition 2013 in three key cities of the country on May 17 (Davao), 18 (Manila) and 19 ( Cebu).
For this event , participants get a free consultation from representatives of 20 Australian schools.
Yes, you got it right, there is no registration fee to worry about.
These institutions will present their program offerings and a lot of other valuable information that speak of an enriching educational experience in Australia.
This is the complete list of schools which will participate in the exhibition:
- Le Cordon Bleu Australia
- Whitefriars College Inc.
- Australian Catholic University
- Holmesglen Institute of TAFE
- University of Queensland
- Central Queensland University
- Flinders University
- Wide Bay Institute of TAFE
- Queensland University of Technology
- UTS Insearch
- Academia International
- Perth Education City
- Charles Darwin University
- Canberra Institute of Technology
- Murdoch University
- The University of Newcastle
- Victoria University
- ACU – Manila
The Davao event on May 17 will happen between 11am until 6pm. If you are interested to join, register online at www.idpdavao.eventzilla.net. You may also check out the official “IDP Australian Education Exhibition 2013- Davao” event page.
I have seen this kind of topic at Mommy Rovie too. It’s a great opportunity for Filipinos, I hope everyone can afford though.
This is really a great opportunity, if only I have the moolah! 😀 See you unta sa Friday, madayun unta ko! :))
Yes, unta jud madayun ka, maski 1 hour ra gud..haha remember 11:30 😉
those are very good universities in Australia, it is indeed great to learn also out of the country, however, it can be expensive too, hopefully, they offer scholarships too to well deserving students.
Yes, some of these schools do offer scholarships, according to IDP. Interested applicants just need to inquire from the schools, or from their website..
Very helpful info for students desiring to enroll at International schools. Shared this one to a friend.
My dream was to study abroad before. Since that didn’t happen, I am passing on my dream to our son. LOL!
Seriously, we are hoping, praying and saving up for our son’s college education abroad. It’s nice to know that there’s an event like this. I think I’d like to attend this when I am in Manila 🙂
similar post with mommy rovs, my first lady boss studied in Australia. in fact a lot of Singaporeans study in Australia when they are not accepted in their own university here.
One of my friends studied at University of Queensland ate! Hayyyy, I hope I had a chance to become a foreign exchange student in my early years para makaexperience ng education out of the PH!
This is a good opportunity for Filipinos. See you tomorrow 🙂
Australian education exhibition, wow that is awesome 🙂 Education is something worth spending for…I wish my kids could have that chance….a scholarship would be heavenly! 🙂
Education is the key to success and getting the chance to study in a foreign school is always a welcome opportunity.
I hope that many Filipinos will grab this once if a lifetime opportunity. Getting an education from other country is challenging but it is rewarding once you land a job in that country like Australia 🙂
This is such a good opportunity for young people there. Hope many will be qualified.