PHUKET: The Australian Education Assessment Services (AEAS) and CETA Worldwide Education are hosting the ‘Australian Boarding and Day Schools Exhibition 2016’ at The Westin Siray Bay Resort & Spa on October 2.
The exhibition will showcase at least six Australian schools, including Avalon College, Billanook College, St Catherine’s School, St Leonard’s College, Trinity Grammar School and Wesley College.
The event begins with an introductory seminar at noon titled ‘Kick start your entry to school study in Australia – Why Australia is a great choice for your child’s secondary school education’.
The seminar is expected to outline what students as well as parents can expect from pursuing studies in Australia. Professional educators from the six schools will be on hand from 12pm to 4:30pm to give details about each institution and the benefits of studying in Australia.
Prospective local students and their parents can meet directly with the schools’ representatives and counsellors from CETA Worldwide Education to discuss education options.
“CETA is Thailand’s only Australian secondary school specialist and has connected parents and students with Australian secondary schools in the past. Events like these are the best way for students to understand the range of education options available in the country,” said Andrew Gray, Managing Director of CETA Worldwide Education.
“Research conducted by AEAS shows that Thai parents choose Australia for their children because it offers quality education, a safe studying environment and has a multicultural society” said Tracey O’Halloran, Managing Director of AEAS.
Over a million baht worth of scholarships, study trials, and fee reductions are also being offered by the participating schools.
Admission to the event is free of charge, and attendees are requested to pre-register for the event at ceta.co.th/registration. Appointments to discuss Australian education can be made anytime be contacting CETA Worldwide Education on 095-873 6807.
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