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Aussie schools seek Thai students for study abroad

With rapid growth in the number of Thais studying in Australia, Australian Education Assessment Services (AEAS) with CETA Worldwide Education are coming to Phuket on Sunday October 2 to host the Australian Boarding and Day Schools Exhibition at The Westin Siray Bay Resort & Spa. Admission is free.

Friday 23 September 2016, 01:37PM


Six Australian schools will be touting the benefits of studying in Australia.

Six Australian schools will be touting the benefits of studying in Australia.

Held from 12pm midday to 4:30pm there will be six prestigious Australian schools present and professional educators on hand to explain more about each institution and the benefits of studying in Australia. An introductory “Kick start your entry to School study in Australia - Why Australia is a Great Choice for your Child’s Secondary School Education” seminar will be held at 12pm midday and will give an insight into what students and parents can expect from study in Australia.

Informal and informative, the event offers prospective students and their parents the opportunity to meet direct with school representatives, and to discuss their education options with experienced education industry counsellors from CETA Worldwide Education.

Andrew Gray, Managing Director of CETA Worldwide Education, said “CETA is Thailand’s only Australian secondary school specialist and has been connecting parents and students with leading Australian secondary schools for many years. Events like these are the best way for students to understand the wide range of education options available in Australia, and speaking to school representatives face-to-face gives you the best sense of what each school offers.”

Tracey O’Halloran, Managing Director of AEAS, said, “AEAS has been working with Thai students enrolling in Australian schools for nearly 30 years.

“Research conducted by AEAS shows that parents are choosing Australia because it offers quality education, a safe studying environment and has a truly multicultural society.

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“Australia has been a popular international education destination for Thai students for many years. “Students that attend high school in Australia usually go on to study their preferred course at one of the high quality universities in Australia or other countries.”

The Australian Boarding and Day Schools Exhibition 2016 showcases six Australian schools from Victoria and New South Wales, including Avalon College, Billanook College, St Catherine’s School, St Leonard’s College, Trinity Grammar School and Wesley College.

These schools offer day, boarding or homestay accommodation and a variety of curriculum options ranging from high school certificates, the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma program and foundation studies. Over a million baht worth of scholarships, study trials, and fee reductions are being offered by participating schools.

For more information visit: http://www.ceta.co.th/registration

 

 

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