IDP Education organized Australian Education Fair in Kolkata

IDP Education India, the leading student placement service provider organized the Australian education fair in Kolkata The Park Hotel for students aspiring to pursue higher education in Australia. The fair spread across 15 cities brought together prominent universities and educational institutes from Australia under one roof. The fair kick started at Kolkata and will be concluded in Coimbatore on 01stSeptember 2017. Among the other cities, the fair will be organized in Ludhiana, Chandigarh, Gurgaon, Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Pune, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad,Vijayawada, Kochi and Coimbatore.


220 students attended the event.


Mr. Piyush Kumar, Country Director, India – IDP Education said, “IDP seeks to provide a platform to aspiring students to come and have a face-to-face interaction with the university representatives and get answers to all their queries related to studying in Australia.


34 Australian institutions are participating in the fair. It is a FREE platform for all students to gauge their prospects, apply directly to the institution of their choice and get first hand information on courses, scholarships etc.”


“Australian education has always attracted Indian students for its quality and the availability of post study work opportunities make it even more attractive. Also 20 out of 34 Australian universities feature in world’s Top 400 Times Higher Education Rankings.” added Mr. Kumar


In addition to meeting the institutions, the qualified students also got application fee waivers & scholarships. The scholarships can range from a fee bursary to a 50% scholarship of tuition fee for select students. Students are advised to bring along their educational certificates in original along with photocopies. One can also visit the IDP office to pre-register for priority processing and detailed counseling with trained & experienced Australia counselors.


IDP’s Australian Education fair in Kolkata provided an opportunity to have one-on-one interaction with 17 Australian institutions mentioned below:


Charles Darwin University The University of Melbourne
Deakin University The University of Queensland
La Trobe University The University of Sydney
Le Cordon Bleu Torrens University
Macquarie University University of Newcastle
Monash University University of South Australia
Murdoch University University of Wollongong
RMIT University Western Sydney University
The University of Adelaide



About IDP India



IDP Education is a world leader in international student placement services. With a network of over 100 international student placement centers, IDP has a global presence in more than 32 countries. IDP Education Limited is an ASX listed company that is 50% owned by 38 Australian universities.  For more than 45 years, IDP has played a major role in international education by offeringcomprehensive counseling services to students & having placed more than 400,000 students into quality institutions in Australia, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Canada and New Zealand.


Currently, IDP in India has counseling centers in 21 cities guiding students and their families through the entire process from university/course selection through application/visa process and pre-departure planning. For more than 45 years, IDP has been helping students and their families find the right fit for their dream of higher education




IDP is a proud co-owner of IELTS (International English Language Testing System). IELTS is jointly owned by British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia and Cambridge English Language Assessment. Since its launch in 1989, IELTS has become the world’s most popular high-stakes English language proficiency test.

IELTS is accepted as evidence of English language proficiency by over 9,000 organisations worldwide. Last year, more than 2.5 million tests were taken globally.


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