Deakin University, Australia, is organising #iWeekDeakin 2017 across 8 cities in the country. The primary objective of #iWeekDeakin 2017 is to profile key areas of studies to meet with the needs of future careers, covering cities like Chandigarh, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Mangalore, Chennai, Pune, Mumbai and Delhi.
The sessions in respective cities will provide information on various courses offered by Deakin University, scholarships and bursaries, career opportunities, enrolment and accommodation process.
“With various new fields evolving like Sports Management, Data Analytics, Advanced Manufacturing etc, education and skills in respective areas will be in huge demand. It is important for aspirants to understand the opportunities that will emerge globally. #iWeekDeakin is meant to facilitate such students with information around relevant programmes, scholarships and bursaries. The courses’ directors will be available on one-on-one basis to interact with the students and parents, which will help them in decision making”, said Ms Ravneet Pawha, Associate Vice President (Global Engagement) & Executive Director and Vice President – South Asia, Deakin University, Australia.
The format of the sessions will include generic presentations on Deakin scholarships, student support, key dates, etc., followed by presentations by senior representatives from the Australian High Commission / AUSTRADE on how international students can benefit from higher studies in Australia.
Interested students can register online for a city near them here – http://deakinuniversity.in/deakin-i-week/
Schedule for #iWeekDeakin:
- 12 September: Chandigarh, India
- 14 September: Hyderabad, India
- 15 September: Chennai, India
- 16 September: Bangalore, India
- 19 September: Pune, India
- 20 September Mumbai, India
- 21 September: New Delhi, India
ABOUT DEAKIN UNIVERSITY: Established in 1974, Deakin University successfully combines excellence in teaching, research and effective partnerships with industry and government to deliver high quality courses and undertake research that makes a difference to the domestic and international communities it serves. Deakin is one of Australia’s largest universities, with more than 53,000 students in four Victorian campuses across Melbourne, Geelong and Warrnambool, with almost a quarter choosing to study wholly in the cloud (online).
The world-class education provided at Deakin’s has been recognised globally, at various platforms including Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), Shanghai Jiao Tong Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU), Times Higher Education, Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA), Thomson Reuters, Governor of Victoria Export Awards and Australian Graduate Survey, to name a few. Through its agenda LIVE the Future, Deakin aims to build the jobs of the future, using the opportunities of the digital age to widen access to education and make a difference to the communities it serves.
Deakin’s South Asia commenced in 1994 at New Delhi, India, making it one of the first overseas education provider to set operations in this region. Deakin engages with the government, industry and the academia to share its vibrant culture of education and research.
For more details, please log on to: http://www.deakin.edu.au/