North South University (NSU) hosts a seminar entitled "Ignite your Future: Unleashing the Power of Western Australian Higher Education" with Western Australian Universities and Australian government on Wednesday. The event offered NSU students a unique opportunity to engage in an enlightening interactive session.
The objective was to provide them with first-hand knowledge and information about studying abroad in Australia, particularly in the Western region, covering requirements, processes, and other aspects. The Office of External Affairs at NSU organized the event.
Professor Atiqul Islam, Vice-Chancellor of NSU, chaired the session. Professor Amit Chakma, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Western Australia was presented as Guest. Jeremy Bruer, Australian High Commissioner to Bangladesh, also attended the session.
Distinguished personalities from renowned Australian institutions were present at the event, including Professor David Harrison, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Communications Engagement, University of Notre Dame; Professor Abhijit Mukherjee, Dean International, South Asia, Curtin University; Mr. Marko Remes, Dean, International Business Operations, Edith Cowan University; Professor Arjun Singh, Regional Manager (South Asia), Murdoch University; and Mr. Brad Jolly, Executive Director Service Delivery, Department of Training and Workforce Development, Government of Australia.
The program was moderated by Dr. Katherine Li, Director of the External Affairs Office of NSU, facilitating a meaningful exchange of ideas. NSU students sought information and clarification on various aspects of pursuing higher education in Western Australia.