(Wednesday) 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Dear Students,Kaplan Pathways in Australia partner with two of Australia’s top universities and one of New Zealand’s top universities. Take your first step towards undergraduate studies and academic success at
Kaplan Pathways in Australia partner with two of Australia’s top universities and one of New Zealand’s top universities. Take your first step towards undergraduate studies and academic success at university in Australia or New Zealand. Kaplan International Pathways works in partnership with leading universities to prepare international students for studying a bachelor’s and master’s. Its preparation courses equip students with the academic skills, key subject knowledge and English language ability needed to progress to university. KAPLAN’s international students also have access to its partner universities’ educational and recreational facilities while preparing for their degree programme.
The University of Adelaide College, Adelaide provides a range of direct entry pathway options and is the preferred pathway partner of the University of Adelaide. The University itself is considered to be the best of Australia’s higher education institutes, being a member of the Group of 8; Australia’s institutes leading depth and scope of research. As part of the University, students at The University of Adelaide College have full access to all the facilities of the university to encourage familiarity and ensure full provision of resources. The University of Adelaide College is located within the main university’s precinct; in the Central Business District of Adelaide. It is a modern, spacious facility with classrooms, relaxation and study spots, four computer suites, resource centers, student kitchen, and a lounge containing a piano, table tennis and foosball tables, staff offices and WiFi.
The University of Newcastle College of International Education, Newcastle provides alternative pathway opportunities to over 130 undergraduate and postgraduate Degree Programs at the University of Newcastle.
The University of Newcastle began as a college of the University of New South Wales. It opened in late 1951 and accepted its first students in 1952. The University of Newcastle was granted autonomy by the NSW parliament in 1964. It became an independent university in 1965 and is now ranked in the top 200 universities in the world. The University of Newcastle, Australia, is a leader in university education, with a reputation for high-quality teaching and learning, and exciting, contemporary academic programs. It offers undergraduate, postgraduate, and research higher degrees, as well as an English Language Centre and pathways through the University of Newcastle College of International Education. The University provides students with the opportunity to learn from world-class teaching staff at innovative facilities, interact with local and international students and experience Australian culture and way of life.
Meet: Mr. Robin Pushapdeep | Senior Regional Manager, South Asia , Australia & New Zealand Pathways
Date & Time: 2 March 2022, 04:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Tel: 01 4443526 / 4430706