NewZNew (Chandigarh) : IDP Education, one of the largest student placement service providers in the country for higher education abroad launched their ‘virtual fair’ for Indian students looking forward to study in Australia. Starting from 27th July – 7th August 2015 the fair is a unique platform for aspiring students to interact with faculties and representatives of Australian institutions.
25 Australian institutions are participating in the ‘virtual fair’ which is open for all Indian students. The fair offers FREE LIVE CHATS with the selected university representatives and a 24×7 window for offline queries. Students just need to register themselves on www.idpvirtualfair.com and proceed to the chat room. This IDP initiative would further help students with application fee waivers and scholarships in case shortlisted.
Mr. Harmeet Pental, Regional Director South Asia, North America & UK – IDP Education said, “Australian education has always attracted Indian students and the availability of post study work opportunities make it even more attractive. The online platform offers a chance to the students to engage in interactive counseling with the Australian university & institution representatives and discuss their academic opportunities and programs of interest. This platform also gives an opportunity to the Australian institutions to have access to a more diverse and wider audience across the Indian geography.”
IDP helps the students from the beginning till the end starting from course and university selection, application submission, offer acceptance, tuition fee payment, visa assistance and pre departure orientation. IDP India is also hosting Australian Education Fair in 14 cities across India with over 35 universities & institutions participating in the events starting from 17th August – 3rd September 2015. The education fair will offer face-to-face interaction with institution representatives and details on a plethora of studying options.
Log on to www.idpvirtualfair.com now. Students can also call (Toll Free) 1800-102-2233 or ‘44118888’ or SMS IDP at ‘56767’.