The Australian Future Unlimited Education Exhibition will take place at the Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra on Tuesday, October 1, from 10am to 5pm.
Some 18 Australian Universities and Higher Education Institutions will be present at this free event organised by the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade), providing a great opportunity for interested participants to find out more about studying in Australia.
Participating institutions include:
• Australia National University
• Curtin University
• Deakin University
• Edith Cowan University
• Flinders University
• Macquarie University
• Monash University
• Navitas Australia
• RMIT University
• Study Adelaide
• Torrens University Australia
• University of New England
• University of New South Wales
• University of Tasmania
• University of Technology Sydney
• University of Western Australia
• Victoria University
• Western Sydney University.
Australia’s High Commissioner to Ghana, Andrew Barnes encouraged those interested in learning more about studying and living in Australia, including students, parents and counsellors, to attend the exhibition, and find out why Australia is becoming an increasingly popular destination for Ghanaian students.
“We are very pleased that Ghanaian students will have this opportunity to engage directly with some of Australia’s leading universities and institutions in Accra,” Mr Barnes said.
“Australian institutions are amongst the leading education institutions in the world with 7 Australian Universities in the top 100, and they excel in many fields including Mining, Engineering, Agriculture, Public Health, Business, Science, Law and Hospitality. With a great range of institutions present at this annual exhibition we believe students interested in postgraduate and undergraduate courses especially will find the exhibition worthwhile,” he Barnes added.
Representative from the Australian Government’s Department of Home Affairs, will also be Also present at the exhibition, delivering presentations on the student visa application process, and able to talk to individuals who have any questions on this process.
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