MIRI: CT Academic Services is holding ‘CT Education Fair’ today (Nov 30) from 1pm to 5pm at Pullman Miri Waterfront, here.
School leavers planning to pursue further studies and parents can meet with representatives from 20 colleges and universities to find out more about certificates, foundation, diploma and undergraduate courses as well as professional qualification programmes.
Many private colleges and universities offer scholarships and bursaries to ease financial burden.
Students are reminded to bring along actual or forecast results for on-the-spot assessment. Admission is free.
In conjunction with CT Academic Services 20th anniversary next year, 2020 table calendars will be given to the first 100 visitors.
Institutions at the fair are Curtin University Malaysia, SEGi College, The One Academy, UCSI University, Inquota Education Services (USA, Ireland education), Taylor’s University, Swinburne University of Technology, Raffles College of Higher Education, SEGi University, IBS College, Asia Pacific University, Melbourne Polytechnic, HELP University, Xiamen University Malaysia, James Cook University Singapore, Le Cordon Bleu Malaysia, IES College (University of Queensland, foundation, IB programme), Inti International University and College and Riam Institute of Technology.
CT Academic Services has a booth for study at other Australia institutions such as Canning College, University of Adelaide, University of New South Wales Foundation Year, UTS Insearch, Trinity College and others.
It also assists current Curtin University Malaysia students interested to transfer to its main campus in Perth.
CT Academic Services is holding application days until March 2020. Students and parent can walk-in to Lot 618, 1st Floor, Pelita Commercial Centre, Miri or make an appointment for a counselling session by calling 085-438830, 013-8307830 (Crystal), 010-9772111 (Esther) or 016-8006809 (Wendy).
CT Academic Services is a trusted official representative of many high ranking institutions in Malaysia, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, United States, Ireland and Singapore since 2000.