The best way to explore your options to study abroad

The best way to explore your options to study abroad

Sreng Mao; ACE/IDP

IDP Education has renewed its partnership with the Times Higher Education World University Rankings as the official sponsor for 2013-2014.

The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2012-2013 show that all of the top 20 universities are located in the UK and the US. Of the top 50 universities, all except 8 are located Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK and the US.

While university rankings are an important tool for students to help make their decisions on where to study, speaking with Study Abroad Counsellors at the IDP Cambodia office is the best option to gain more insightful and essential information on each university and country destination as well as visa application process.

La Ty, a Cambodian student who is studying a Masters of Commerce at the University of New South Wales in Australia, said, “I would certainly recommend IDP because it is a trusted service which provides students with essential information for the application process. IDP also has long experience in providing these services and has helped many students successfully study abroad and return to their hometowns with great study experiences.”

Piseth Cheap, Chief Counsellor at IDP Education (Cambodia) says, “You can visit our Study Abroad Centre where my team and I will be able to help you with any information you need and guide you in making your study abroad dreams come true. Don’t worry if the application process seems overwhelming because you’ll receive support from the first step until you arrive at your chosen destinations. As you explore educational opportunities abroad, you’ll be provided with accurate advice and support so you can make the best decision.”

IDP Education is a world’s largest student placement organisation, with a global network of more than 80 student placement centres in over 31 countries and has placed more than 300,000 students over the past 40 years. IDP Education assists students going to study in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the UK and the USA. The Study Abroad Office of IDP Education located at the Australian Centre for Education (ACE) provides free counselling and study application assistance to students and their parents.


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