The pandemic has been a daunting phase for everyone, but it has been one of the most challenging times for the teachers who have worked rigorously to support students and deliver academic learning virtually.

We are inviting all teachers and academics to attend this 60-90 minute workshop on the eve of World Teachers Day (Oct 5). The workshop will be a panel discussion and the topic would cover the main themes below:

  1. How to ensure maximum participation and interaction with students online.
  2. Communication techniques to ensure inclusive student behaviour.
  3. The impact of Covid19 on student equity and inclusion
  4. Supporting students as they transition between school closure and re-opening

All attendees will be given a certificate of participation. The session is free of cost for the attendees.

The current pandemic has made higher education a challenge, as students and their parents are constantly worried about the career paths amidst countless factors. As per a recent survey by an EduTech company, 93% of the students are aware of only 7 career paths after Year 12. More so, today the student has a number of factors to consider when preparing their career plan.

Should I study online or do I wait for the classes to be in person?
Is it better to study in India or abroad?
What if I don’t score well in Year 12?
What are my career opportunities?
What are the jobs of tomorrow?

Join us for this special edition, 90-minute webinar, and hear from the leading disrupters in this space as they discuss study opportunities and career progression amidst the pandemic.

The current pandemic has made higher education a challenge, as students and their parents are constantly worried about the career paths amidst countless factors. As per a recent survey by an EduTech company, 93% of the students are aware of only 7 career paths after Year 12. More so, today the student has a number of factors to consider when preparing their career plan.

Should I study online or do I wait for the classes to be in person?
Is it better to study in India or abroad?
What if I don’t score well in Year 12?
What are my career opportunities?
What are the jobs of tomorrow?

Join us for this special edition, 90-minute webinar, and hear from the leading disrupters in this space as they discuss study opportunities and career progression amidst the pandemic.

The current pandemic has made higher education a challenge, as students and their parents are constantly worried about the career paths amidst countless factors. As per a recent survey by an EduTech company, 93% of the students are aware of only 7 career paths after Year 12. More so, today the student has a number of factors to consider when preparing their career plan.

Should I study online or do I wait for the classes to be in person?
Is it better to study in India or abroad?
What if I don’t score well in Year 12?
What are my career opportunities?
What are the jobs of tomorrow?

Join us for this special edition, 90-minute webinar, and hear from the leading disrupters in this space as they discuss study opportunities and career progression amidst the pandemic.

The current pandemic has made higher education a challenge, as students and their parents are constantly worried about the career paths amidst countless factors. As per a recent survey by an EduTech company, 93% of the students are aware of only 7 career paths after Year 12. More so, today the student has a number of factors to consider when preparing their career plan.

Should I study online or do I wait for the classes to be in person?
Is it better to study in India or abroad?
What if I don’t score well in Year 12?
What are my career opportunities?
What are the jobs of tomorrow?

Join us for this special edition, 90-minute webinar, and hear from the leading disrupters in this space as they discuss study opportunities and career progression amidst the pandemic.

As per a recent survey by an EduTech company, 93% of the students are aware of only 7 career paths after Year 12. More so, today the student has a number of factors to consider when preparing their career plan.

  • Should I study online or do I wait for the classes to be in person?
  • Is it better to study in India or abroad?
  • What if I don’t score well in Year 12?
  • What are my career opportunities?
  • What are the jobs of tomorrow?

Join us as we hear from a career coach, mentor as well as a counsellor to discuss study opportunities and career progression post pandemic.

The current pandemic has made higher education a challenge, as students and their parents are constantly worried about the career paths amidst countless factors. As per a recent survey by an EduTech company, 93% of the students are aware of only 7 career paths after Year 12. More so, today the student has a number of factors to consider when preparing their career plan.

Should I study online or do I wait for the classes to be in person?
Is it better to study in India or abroad?
What if I don’t score well in Year 12?
What are my career opportunities?
What are the jobs of tomorrow?

Join us for this special edition, 90-minute webinar, and hear from the leading disrupters in this space as they discuss study opportunities and career progression amidst the pandemic.


Register for the webinar and hear from the leading disrupters in the space as they about career options, scholarships, work rights, admission process, etc.

 

Register for the webinar and hear from the leading disrupters in the space as they about career options, scholarships, work rights, admission process, etc.

Estero’s Meet our Expert sessions are an excellent opportunity to meet professionals who have a plethora of experience in the overseas education industry. They have either been international students themselves or have been exposed to experience how life is for a student overseas. An initiative by Estero, these sessions are created to build a common space for students/professionals who seek opportunities abroad.

Our expert for this session is Mr. Ashish Suri who is the Market Manager, South Asia at University of Waikato. Ashish is a Higher Education Professional 16+yrs of experience, expertise in Higher Education, New Markets, Key Account Management. He manages Agent Networks, Student Enquiries, Develop Relationships with Key Partners and Stakeholders across South Asia. He has also been a former faculty of IIPM for MBA for more than 6 years. In these 16 years, he has been bestowed with a number of awards and recognitions in the higher education sector.

Learn about starting your Bachelor degree in New Zealand with your Year 12 scores. Know more about from Mr. Ashish Suri.

Register today as we bring him on board to answer your queries ranging from your course in India and New Zealand, scholarships, study options at the University of Waikato.