The expo gave students a rare chance to talk to different universities and schools, as well as migration agents, at once.
At 12:00pm on Tuesday 24th April, staffs were getting ready to welcome the first influx of students, who were seeking the best study options or migration solutions for their needs. Over the next five hours, 400 students attended SOL Study Fair, making this one of the biggest annual events of SOL Edu.
There were representatives from 20 universities and schools in Queensland, including University of Queensland, Queensland University of Technology, TAFE Queensland, and Embassy. University of Tasmania was also a new guest this year due to its increasing popularity among international students.
SOL Study Fair is a bi-annual expo where students can meet representatives from quality universities and schools all across Queensland. Whether it’s about changing program, continuing their education in Australia, or taking additional English or vocational courses, students can get immediate answers to their enquirers directly from the school staffs. This helps students pick their best option from a wide range of schools. Moreover, those who have decided to enroll can take advantage of the exclusive application fee waiver from the school at Study Fair. By sparing a few hours attending Study Fair, students save both time and money for their education.
The diverse array of prestigious universities and schools is not the only pull of Study Fair. Students who come to Study Fair are also seeking migration solutions according to their particular needs and circumstances. These solutions are provided free by SOL Edu’s qualified migration agents. With the recent changes made to Australia’s migration program, students are in direr need of direct and transparent migration solutions now than ever before. And they can get them promptly at SOL Study Fair, for free.
Please contact us if you have any inquiries about Study and Migration in Australia!