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Key Australian educational institutions will be in Brunei

Key Australian educational institutions will be in Brunei for an upcoming Australian Education Exhibition organised by the Australian Trade Commission. The annual Study In Australia regional road show is supported by the Australian Government.

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This year’s event will be held in Seaview Hotel, Kuala Belait on 21 October (2.30pm – 6.00pm) and Sheraton Hotel (1.00pm – 6.00pm), Bandar Seri Begawan on 22 October respectively.

Visiting representatives from the Australian institutions will be on hand to provide first hand information on course programs and course selection.  Advice on scholarships, accreditation of prior learning, fees and expenditure, choice of programs and course structure are among the most frequently asked questions which potential students and parents can gain answers from visiting the exhibition.

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There will also be a seminar presentation titled The Best from the West – 8 great reasons to study in Perth by Perth Education City, the event’s Platinum sponsor.  The seminar and exhibition is open to public.

Students seeking 2010 study options offered by Australian universities are welcome to meet with the university representatives at this event.   There is a wide range of study options from which to choose, ranging from professional development short course programs and vocational and technical education further training to full-time degrees and postgraduate studies.

The exhibitors at the Australian Education Exhibition are  Perth Education City, Platinum sponsor representing education and training in Western Australia,  Flinders University (Adelaide),  Griffith University (Queensland),  Melbourne University (Melbourne), University of Newcastle (Sydney),  University of New South Wales (Sydney),  University of Queensland/UQ Foundation Year (Queensland),  Queensland University of Technology (Queensland),  University of Tasmania/Australian Maritime College (Tasmania),  University of Western Australia (Perth),  The Kilmore International School  (Melbourne) and Australian Education International (Government Agency).

For further information, please contact Austrade email josie.abdullah @ austrade.gov.au

Also if you are near Kuala Lumpur Malaysia on the 24th & 25th October 2009 check out Study in Australia Education Fair at the KLCC

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Study in Australia – Brunei 2009

Study in Australia – Brunei 2009

Australian Education Fair

Wednesday 21 Oct 2009
2.30 pm-6.00 pm
Sea View Hotel
Kuala Belait
Thursday 22 Oct 2009
1.00 pm – 6.00 pm
Sheraton Hotel
Bandar Seri Begawan

About this exhibition

In its 5th year, Study in Australia 2009 – Brunei has consistently delivered

results for participants, creating greater awareness of course programs offered by Australian institutions. This year’s event continue to capitalise on the growing emphasis on the VET segment in Brunei and the Ministry of Education’s commitment to ‘improve and expand’ learning and training opportunities by looking for external providers.

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543,000 international students study in australia – itsReal

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Excerpts from Julia Gillard’s Deputy Prime Minister of Australia and deputy leader of the federal Australian Labor Party (ALP) Speech Address to the DEEWR International Education Roundtable
16 MARCH 2009March 16 2009

Less than three weeks ago, I released new figures which showed that international student enrolments in Australia had increased by just under 21 per cent in 2008, reaching more than 543,000.

At the time I noted that education institutions were reporting continuing strong interest from international students wishing to study in Australia—despite the current global economic downturn.

It’s important to remember that historically we’ve seen international demand for Australian education continue, even during economic slumps.

And on the higher education front, I’ve made it clear the Government is committed to providing more opportunities for students, ensuring academic freedom and autonomy, and encouraging and supporting research—and particularly through international partnerships.
From early childhood, school, vocational education and training, right through to the university sector, this Government is committed to delivering an Education Revolution.
Rest assured, we know how valuable and important the international education industry is to Australia, to other economies and societies, and of course to individual students themselves.
This industry supports an estimated 80 000 Australian jobs.

Having international students on campuses here in Australia—studying alongside local students—creates a better, fairer and more tolerant society, and ensures a wider diversity of programs for both Australian and international students alike.
International education also creates and encourages the knowledge and skills which are crucial to tackling some of the serious global challenges we all face, like climate change, water resource management, food security, global poverty, and international political and social unrest..
Quite simply, the international education industry has tremendous capacity to continue to contribute to both our national and international goals, and this is particularly true in these troubled financial times.

You will all know I’m sure that ‘Live, Learn and Grow’ is the tagline for Australia’s international education brand, Study in Australia. Central to this brand identity is the high quality learning and lifestyle opportunities offered by Australian education.

Above all, I want Australia to be seen by international students as a welcoming place to study for a globally recognised education qualification.

For the full speech floow th link below.

via ALA Blog – A catalyst for lifelong learning: Julia Gillard’s Speech – 16 March.

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