ECU with IMS Baguio and JROOZ



As we draw near the end of 2018, we only grow closer to the coming year of 2019! With many Universities in Australia preparing for the 2019 intakes, Edith Cowan University (ECU) is one of Australia’s prestigious universities that has many courses available for international students looking to begin their new year abroad, having intakes as early as January and February.

Edith Cowan University is among many institutions that Infinity Migration Services (IMS) is partnered with. Within the next month, each IMS branch spread throughout the Philippines will host an ECU Representative to give brief introductions of the school and details of the courses offered to international students.

The first of these branches is Baguio City, beginning their seminar at noon on October 12, 2018, at the JROOZ Review Center. Reyna Lee Ruperto, Office Manager, spent time introducing the company to the new batch of reviewers. Later, Princess Bonifacio, ECU Representative, then talked about the advantage of studying at this Australian renowned school.

ECU in Baguio

She stated that ECU is known for helping its students reach their potential through a focus on equality centered programs and diversity structured campuses. In fact, ECU is one of the 40 institutions accepted for the Science in Australia Gender Equity (SAGE) Pilot of the Athena SWAN Charter in Australia, an accreditation and improvement program for higher education and research organisations.

Moving on from JROOZ at 1 PM to Brent International School on the same day, Michael Lindsay, the Australian Registered Migration Agent for IMS, accompanied Reyna and Princess. With these high school students yet to decide on their tertiary education, Michael gave a brief introduction of the company and handed the remaining time to Princess, who then talked about where ECU was located.

She shared the fact that Western Australia is a state which occupies the entire western side of the country, making it the largest state. Princess also mentioned the capital and largest city of Western Australia, Perth – a city rich in World War II history and gives the authentic “Outback” feel while still living in a metropolitan environment. At the conclusion of this session, Michael and Princess opened the floor to the students for Q&A.

The following day on October 13, 2 PM at Hotel Veniz Abanao, the Baguio branch hosted its biggest seminar for ECU. Involving all the Baguio office staff, Claire Dangani and Gamaliel Dulay, Education Counselors, introduced the guests to the venue, with Reyna, Michael, and Princess on the stage, assisted by Xavier Uro as the Technical Support. Michael again presented the introduction of the company with a focus on his successful and well-respected profile. In fact, he emphasized that he is the only Australian Registered Migration Agent in Baguio City. Princess then spent the majority of the session giving an elaborate overview of Edith Cowan University and its programs. Some of the programs mentioned were Nursing, Teacher Education, Business, and Hospitality. At this great event, there was a total of 47 attendants, some of which were walk-ins, and 3 instant sign-ups.


IMS Baguio

ECU in Baguio City

Princess Bonifacio recently joined Edith Cowan University but has an extensive knowledge of this institution as she was previously working for a leading Education Agency in the Philippines. ECU has grown rapidly into a quality university with excellent student satisfaction and internationally recognised research, making the students and graduates amongst the best in the world. Having a school that has industry-relevant teaching and research, supportive study environment and award-winning facilities will enable ECU students to do more than just survive in this ever-changing world, but thrive in it too.

 EC University in Baguio