PHUKET: More than one million baht worth of scholarships, study trials and fee reductions are being offered by various schools at the CETA Worldwide Education’s inaugural Australian Boarding and Day School Fair on October 4 from 1pm to 5pm at the Royal Phuket Marina.
The exhibition is organized in conjunction with the Australian Education Assessment Services and supported by the Australian Trade Commission, as well as the Australian Embassy in Thailand.
Seven secondary schools will be in attendance, including co-educational schools, day and boarding schools, girls-only schools, boys-only schools, International Baccalaureate, foundation study schools and a specialist English-language preparation school for secondary schools.
Based on 13 years of experience working closely with Thai students in Australia, Andrew Gray, CETA’s managing director, said that the students achieve more than just an academic education – they also develop a broader world perspective.
“Parents and students should use this opportunity to visit the various school exhibitors to assess if the schools that they are interested in can really meet their needs academically, socially and emotionally,” Mr Gray said.
“The information gained by face-to-face discussions in a focused environment, with such a large variety of quality schools at the Australian Boarding and Day School Fair, will be more effective than visiting their websites. You are able to visit all the leading Australian private schools in just one day.”
Admission is free, though attendees are requested to preregister at https://www.ceta.co.th/registration.
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