Australian Education Exhibition 2013

IDP Philippines offers rare opportunity to Filipinos by sponsoring the Australian Education Exhibition 2013 which will be held in Davao, Manila and Cebu respectively.

IDP Philippines is the leading placement and support service for Filipinos aspire to gain international education. For 40 years, IDP has helped more than 300,000 students get education opportunities in prestigious colleges and schools all over the world.

The first leg of the exhibit will be on May 17, 2013 at the Jade Ballroom of Marco Polo Hotel from 11AM – 6PM. Representatives from 20 Australian Schools will be participating in the exhibit to showcase their programs and campus attractions.

The schools that will be present are:
  • Le Cordon Bleu Australia Whitefriars College Inc.
  • Australian Catholic University
  • Holmesglen Institute of TAFE
  • University of Queensland
  • Central Queensland University
  • Flinders University
  • Wide Bay Institute of TAFE
  • Queensland University of Technology
  • UTS Insearch
  • Academia International
  • Perth Education City
  • Charles Darwin University
  • Canberra Institute of Technology
  • Murdoch University
  • The University of Newcastle
  • Victoria University
  • ACU- Manila
This is a one-day only event for Davaoenos on May 17 because they will be moving the exhibit to Manila on May 18 and Cebu on May 19, 2013. The entrance fee for the exhibit is FREE but you have to pre-register your slot for the event. You may drop by to the event anytime from 11AM – 6PM.
IDP offers free counseling and free VISA processing to all the registrants. Only limited slots are available so make sure to register online and get your e-ticket to be admitted at the exhibit.

May 17, 2013, 1PM - 6PM
Jade Ballroom, Marco Polo Hotel
Register at :

May 18, 2013, 11AM - 5PM
Dusit Thani Manila
Register at:

May 19, 2013, 11AM - 5PM
Radisson Blu Hotel
Register at:

You may bring (but not required):
*IELTS Results
*Transcript of Records

For more information, contact 0906 411 6391 or visit their event page “IDP Australian Education Exhibition 2013 – Davao”  or LIKE their page on Facebook.

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Algene said...

Hi ate Rovs! I have no idea with IDP jud until I saw posts from our fellow Davao bloggers na nakaattend sa event. LOL Prepare Bella na for her education in a foreign land soon! Hehe

Quima said...

Hi Mami Rovs! Uhmm, nandun ako sa event so ang masasabi ko lang is nice ito masyado na opportunity for us Filipinos. :)) And yeah, we need to have the moolah or the outstanding TOR para makapunta dun! hehe Pero sabi nila kanina, na ok na daw na 600k ang show money then pamasahe and baon nalang, so gora na mami! :))

Chubskulit Rose said...

It's nice that Australia is opening that kind of opportunity to the Philippines.

betchai said...

if I were still there, I probably would grab the opportunity to attend, though I hope they also give out scholarships since i am not sure i would be willing to pay high tuition, haha.

Josiet said...

We wish our son to study abroad kaya this early we are already saving up for his education. It's nice to know that there's an event like this. I'll keep this in mind for future reference :)

papaleng said...

The problem here is the show money. Madugo yun. But for those really interested to try their luck, Go na.

Cherry said...

dito, pag di sila pumasa sa National University of Singapore and bagsak ng mga estudyante sa Australia. :)

Anna said...

See you sa event tomorrow Mommy Rovs :)

kulasa said...

..that would be awesome! wish I could join you in the event...:) hmmm it would be great to be able to study in Australia, wish my kids could someday avail of great education, but more than that, I want them to grow with values ingrained in them :) take care always sis!
P.S. I got my post feeds problem solved already :D or so I think hehe, mwah! kisses to Bella cutie :)

Teresa Martinez said...

This is quite timely since many countries are now looking at educational achievements of potential employees as well as potential permanent residents.

Jessica Cassidy said...

This is a wonderful opportunity for Filipinos to shine and have education in Australia :-) I have many friends from the Philippines that were sent here to finish their studies and most of them landed a job here in America and others to Asian countries like Singapore :-)

lencilicious said...

Australia is a good country. I hope that many will be qualified for such great opportunity.

Marie said...

Studying in a foreign land, especially in the Land Down Under is one of my dream.. My long time dream! I hope I can pursue it in no time.

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