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The Australian Trade Commission hosts the First Australian Government Education Road show in Iran, Jordan and Egypt

United Arab Emirates: Monday, September 27 - 2004 @ 15:43

The Road show provides an opportunity for students & educational experts in the Middle East region to liase with high quality educational institutions from Australia. The Road Show will be held in Iran, Jordan and Egypt respectively.

“Australia has the third largest number of international students in the English-speaking world behind the USA and UK. Australian Education Institutions are becoming increasingly popular for their academic diversity, value for money, multiculturalism and safe environment,” commented Peter Linford, Australian Consulate General & Senior Trade Commissioner.

He further explains, “To assist in maintaining a high quality and reliable education system for international students, the Australian Government has encouraged international education and training providers to adopt codes of conduct and has developed legislation to help ensure a stable, supportive and regulated teaching and learning environment. As a result, Australian qualifications are widely recognised and accepted around the world.”

“This is the first Educational Road show hosted by the Australian Government in the Middle East, and we look forward to such initiatives in future.”

The Road show will be held in Iran on 28th – 29th of September 2004, at the Laleh International Hotel; 2nd – 3rd October 2004 in Jordan at the SAS Radisson Hotel; Grand Hyatt, Egypt on 6th – 7th October 2004.

Emirates, Bayt.com & Maktoob.com have partnered with the Australian Trade Commission along with AEI – Australian Education International & DIMIA to make the First Government Education Road show a success.

Highlights of the Road show include the launching of the Australian Student Competition to be hosted on the Australian Education. The competition is an online quiz challenge open to all students in this region. Prizes include a free flight to Australia, courtesy of Emirates as well as complimentary English Language Courses at QIBT (Queensland Institute of Business & Technology) and Insearch Institute, Sydney.

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