the New Zealand Education Fair on Saturday, November 5, 2022.
THB2 million in scholarships to study in New Zealand will be offered exclusively to students who attend the annual New Zealand Education Fair on Saturday, 5 November 2022.
Education New Zealand in collaboration with nearly 50 of New Zealand’s leading educational institutions, including schools, universities, vocational education providers, and private training establishments as well as English language providers, will be showcasing the country and the programmes offered to prospective students. They will also provide advice and information on how to apply for scholarships.
The Fair which will be held from 11:00 am-5:00 pm at Samyan Mitrtown Hall 2, 5thfloor. Registration is free, here https://bit.ly/NZEdFair22
A highlight of the Fair will be the personal reflections of “Suquan Bulakul”, a famous celebrity and influencer, who will speak and share why she decided to send her only son to study in New Zealand.
The event also gives Thai students the opportunity to experience first-hand the New Zealand simulated classrooms conducted by an experienced New Zealand teacher who flies from New Zealand to facilitate the session. The simulated classrooms are offered free of charge and scheduled three rounds at 11:45 am, 2:00 pm, and 3:00 pm. To register, go to https://bit.ly/Simulatedclassreg.
New Zealand has been recognised by the Economist Intelligence Unit as the world’s best English-speaking country in educating our students for the future. Its education system focuses on helping prepare younger generations to become global citizens, innovators and new thinkers. New Zealand education providers lead the way through academic excellence, and by providing an education experience that helps build innovation, individual thought and global connections.
Students attending the fair can explore unique courses being offered that are appropriate to the global trend and skill shortages such as courses in AI development, game development, health sciences in digital health, data science, etc.
In addition, Te Pūkenga – New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology, which is New Zealand’s largest national institute for vocational education, will also introduce itself to the Thai education community at this event.
Those interested in attending the event can register for free, explore scholarships from a variety of institutions, and win free air ticket to and from New Zealand from Air New Zealand. Register here https://bit.ly/NZEdFair22