Education Seminar with Michael Lindsay
Study in Australia and New Zealand!
The Infinity Migration Services Bacolod office may be new in Bacolod City but it has become the game changer when it comes to migration consultancy. The office just opened in December 2017 and in a very short span of time the office has been able to gain the confidence of not just Bacolodnon but also by Negrense as a whole.
In the past months, the office was able to hold quite a few Education Seminars and Information Sessions with our partner universities. The office was able to reach those people who aimed to study and work in Australia and New Zealand but with limited knowledge when it came to the process. Infinity Migration Services or IMS has a team of highly trained Student Counselors who help assess each student’s application. Through this dream of helping people to explore their future, the office held an Education Seminar with Michael Lindsay on August 11, 2018, at SMX Convention Center Bacolod City.
Infinity plans many more similar events in the future.
Bacolod is ready to explore the future!
Prior to the event, Infinity Migration Services was able to set a registration and information booth inside the mall. The office got a positive outcome when it comes to the number inquiry and believes that the platform used was effective. Throughout the entire duration of the exhibition, we were able to reach not just the client but the company was able to impose the most effective marketing of all, the word-of-mouth. Most of the client we had on succeeded days were all referrals from those who had visited the booth, and as this progresses the company is positive with the impact they had started.
Though Bacolod is known to be the territory of numerous New Zealand Migration Consultancy, Infinity Migration Services wants to change it by inserting Australia in the picture. Infinity Migration Services indeed became a game changer.
When the office started marketing the event, some of our partner universities took an interest in attending if not the seminar but information booth we had inside the mall. David Han, representative of Central Queensland University travel to Bacolod and had a two-day Information Session in IMS information booth. David Han was able to discuss some of the demand courses in CQU as well as the part scholarships they offer for International Students. One of the courses that David is eager to promote is the Master of Project Management, CRICOS 088198J, this course will help the student in landing to numerous project management jobs upon graduation. Also, part of the good news David Han shared is that, Filipino students are no longer requiring to present a financial document as part of the enrollment process to CQU.
After the CQU visit, Aspire2 International also visits the Information Booth and able to meet and talk to some of our clients. Jerry Lam, representative of Aspire2 International, one of the leading technical school in New Zealand shared information with regards the program Aspire2 International is offering. With a wide range of courses to choose from, from Engineering to Health Services to Information Technology to Hospitality. These programs are not just advanced but also the fees are affordable. Most of these programs only cost 13,580 NZD or approximately 543, 200 pesos for the whole year for a Level 7 qualification.
A day before the seminar, representatives from TAFE Queensland and Edith Cowan University visits the office and the information booth. Henny Lane of TAFE Queensland discussed the program they have for K-12 graduates. Just recently, TAFE Queensland opened their aviation courses together with their state-of-the-art facilities. This is to ensure the quality education a student can get from their institution. She also discussed the availability of part-time jobs for international students, and since Queensland has numerous resorts and beaches, Henny sighted a massive part-time opportunity for our international students.
Edith Cowan University representative Princess Bonifacio had a one-on-one talk with Michael Lindsay and Karla Mae Fernandez about the possible partnership to a similar event on October. Initially, the event will be called “ECU Week”, this event will be held not just here in Bacolod but also across all Infinity Migration Services offices in the Philippines. Through this, ECU will have the opportunity to reach and meet the future student who aimed to study in Perth, Australia.
The just-concluded Education Seminar with Michael Lindsay was a huge success.
Three of our partner universities joined the Education Seminar and each of them was given a chance to talk about their Institution. The event was also an opportunity for them to have a one-on-one session with the attendees and be able to give suggestions to which course suited to each student.
Neil Elpusan, representative of Education Centre of Australia talked about the wide selection of business courses offered by ECA. He briefly discussed the partial scholarship the institution given to the applicant.
Tamara McConnon of the University of Tasmania arrived early in Bacolod, prior to the event Tamara together with Karla Mae Fernandez the Manager of Bacolod office went to the University of St. La Salle Bacolod exploring the possibility of having a partnership with USLS-Bacolod in the future. Tamara promoted the University of Tasmania through a thorough discussion about the benefit of going to UTAS. Tamara also mentioned about the part scholarship they offer.
Rishen Shekhar rocked the stage with his awesome presentation for the University of South Australia. Rishen was able to capture all of the attendees’ attention with his energetic presentation. Rishen and Michael had been a good friend for a long time and through this, UniSA and Infinity Migration Services has a really strong bond. Rishen discussed the prime programs UniSA is offering as well as the part scholarship a student can apply for.
Lastly, Michael Lindsay stole the day. Michael, as an Australian Registered Migration Agent and New Zealand Immigration Adviser, had an access with the immigration processes in both Australia and New Zealand. First, of, Michael shared a brief history of the company and was able to enlighten everybody about the process of getting a student visa. Second, one of the great news during the talk is the “new rules for New Zealand international student. (To know more about this awesome news, click here” Third, applying for student visa made possible by the team behind the Bacolod office. They gave FREE consultation session just right after the event and able to enlighten everyone when it comes to what program should they take, which school is suited for their needs and of course the fees.
The event was attended by over 70 people, most of them are parents of some student who apparently not available on the day of the event.
As mentioned earlier, Edith Cowan University will have its own similar event in October. Information about this event will be available soon, here on the website.