Nepal | May 28, 2020

Edu-bytes: Sessions on studying abroad

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KATHMANDU: If you are planning on going abroad for studies, here’s a chance for you to get the necessary information and be able to get to your destination with a sense of security.

The Alfa Beta Institute, New Baneshwore is organising various sessions and interactive sessions with representatives from various universities from different countries. On April 17, the session was conducted by Shashank Vuppala, Regional Manager, International Programs Department of Ozford College in Australia. The sessions are being held to ensure that students get first-hand information regarding colleges and that their applications are done the right way.

It is advised that you call and register your names, but this is not compulsory. — HNS

Forturst edu expo

KATHMANDU: Fortrust Education Services in association with Prakriti Group of Companies, organised an Education Expo here on April 14. According to a Fortrust statement, various universities, colleges and institutions from different countries had participated in the event.

The Education Expo also included a Migration Seminar presented by Lachu Thevar, former immigration officer at the Australian department, who has been a leading migration agent for the past 11 years.

Fortrust Education Services represents over 170 educational institutions worldwide. — HNS

Future sessions

April 20/21: Niagra College, Canada at Alfa Beta, New Baneshwore: Time — 2:00 pm/11:00 am To be conducted by Bhanu Vashishth

April 22/23: CHN University, Netherlands at Hotel del’ Annapurna, Kathmandu/ Hotel Shangrila, Pokhara: Time — 10:00 am

To be conducted by Ewald Temper


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