Edlocate is once again giving an opportunity to prospective students to meet with the visiting representatives of universities we represent to get guidance and advice on studies in Australia especially for the February 2012 intake. This is an opportunity not to be missed by students as you can clarify any queries you have from those who work in these universities.
Unlike at an educational exhibition where students are driven from one counsellor to another at the whims and fancies of organisers and you are made to meet a person who is pushed for time and thus has only a limited interest in you, at these interviews we organise, we give an opportunity to have one to one meetings with ample time where you can even ask the "stupidest question" which is still important to you.
You are also welcome to bring your parents who can participate in the interview session. You do not waste your time waiting in queues and are not made to meet those you are not interested in meeting.
Edlocate counsellors too will be present at the interviews so that they could follow up on the discussions and post interview action required. This is why special interview sessions we organise regularly have so much appeal. Due to the high demand from students we obviously have to curtail the numbers, given this opportunity and these interviews will be on a first come first served basis with firm appointments given.
The schedule of interview sessions in the Colombo office of Edlocate is as follows;
n University of Adelaide -
Friday September 2 - 10am - 2 pm
n University of South Australia - Wednesday September 7 - 10.30 am - 2.30pm
n University of Wollongong - Wednesday September 7 - 10 am - 12 noon.
n University of Sydney - Thursday September 8 - 2 pm - 6 pm
n Swinburne University - Thursday September 8 10am - 2.00pm
n University of New South Wales - Friday September 9 - 11.30am - 4.00pm
n University of Queensland - Tuesday September 13 - 10am - 2pm
n University of Melbourne - Saturday September 17 - 9am - 5.30pm
In Kandy office of Edlocate
n University of Melbourne - Monday September 19 from 1.30pm onwards
Student should seriously consider studying courses leading to skills such as those given below as they are the ones in demand in Australia.
- Engineering - specializing in Chemical/ Materials/ Geotechnical/ Structural/ Transport/ Industrial/ Mining/ Petroleum/ Aeronautical/ Agricultural/ Environmental & Telecom Networks
n Property & building industry related courses - Architecture/ Land Economics/ Valuation of properties/ Landscape architecture/ Spatial Science surveying/ Urban & Regional Planning and Quantity Surveying
- Agriculture Science
n Medical related courses - Medical Laboratory Science/ Physicist (Medical)/ Medical Radiography - Diagnostic & Therapy/ Nuclear Medicine/ Sonography/ Environmental & Occupational health/ Pharmacy/Occupational Therapy/ Physiotherapy/ Podiatry/ Audiology/ Speech Pathology
- Social Work
The undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses in these fields of studies not only offer students excellent career opportunities but also the ability to join workforces internationally, including Australia.
Speak to Nishadini at Edlocate on 011 4724735 and get a firm appointment.