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IDP New Zealand Education and Scholarship Expo 2019

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IDP New Zealand Education and Scholarship Expo 2019

Representatives from 12 New Zealand education institutions and universities will visit Phnom Penh for the New Zealand Education & Scholarship Expo on 27 March 2019 at ACE Tuol Tom Poung Campus from 9:00am to 4:00pm.

The Expo, which is organised annually by IDP Education (Cambodia), is open to the public with free entry.

Prospective students and parents are invited to meet face-to-face with representatives from a range of New Zealand education institutions including secondary schools, vocational training providers and universities, to receive advice and guidance on study options, program outcomes and career opportunities as well as relevant scholarships they might be eligible for.

Information about study application and visa requirements will also be available at the Expo.

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“New Zealand is becoming a more desirable destination for Cambodian students to study abroad. The New Zealand Education & Scholarship Expo is a unique platform for those considering studying in New Zealand to speak directly to institution representatives”, said Mao Sreng, Country Director, IDP Education (Cambodia).

Representatives from the IELTS Cambodia Official Test Centre will be there to give advice on IELTS registration and preparation.

Representatives from the Australian Centre for Education (ACE) will also be available to discuss English language study options that meet the requirements of New Zealand education institutions.

“New Zealand gives students a world-class education and internationally-recognised qualifications. It is friendly and safe, with an inclusive and multicultural society.In addition, students have the opportunity to work part-time while they study. These factors all make New Zealand a great country for students to continue their academic journey”, said Vantak Chheang, Student Placement Manager, IDP Education (Cambodia).

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IDP Education is the world’s largest placement services provider, with over 50 years’ experience and more than 100 offices in over 32 countries worldwide.

IDP provide free study counselling and enrollment services free to charge to students going study in New Zealand, Australia, Canada, the UK,the US and Ireland.

In Cambodia, student and parents can visit the IDP Study Abroad Offices located at all the five ACE campuses in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.

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