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Roadshow for Australian education

Lice Movono
Tuesday, March 06, 2018

Update: 12:15PM STUDENTS who wish to study in Australia will get easy access to information when a roadshow designed to help them comes to Fiji this week.

The Australia Future Unlimited Fiji Education Roadshow will be held in Suva and Nadi on March 8-10, according to the Australian Trade Commission (Austrade).

Austrade, which hosts the roadshow, said it would provide a great opportunity for Fijian students to learn about study options in Australia or studies that may compliment their current study program in partnership with Australian education institutions. 

Trade Commissioner Pacific and Timor Leste Adrian Weeks said students sought international mobility as they build their careers. 

"This roadshow allows Fiji students to consider studying in Fiji and Australia to gain as part of a broader education mix," Mr Weeks said.

Australian High Commissioner John Feakes said tertiary education improved everyone's earning potential.

"Strengthening engagement and building networks with our Australian-educated alumni optimises opportunities for professional development, shared research and robust business connections that support social and economic development in the Pacific," Mr Feakes said.

The roadshow will include representatives from the Australian National University, Australian Institute of Business and Technology, Central Queensland University, Deakin University, Griffith College, The University of Sydney, University of South Australia, University of Southern Queensland, University of Tasmania and Victoria University.

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