EIT Visit in Nepal - 6th September 2022
September 6 @ 10:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Meet an Australian Engineering Specialist in Nepal
The Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) is coming to Nepal!
Meet in person with Mr. Chris Fordyce, EIT Global Student Recruitment Leader, who is travelling from Australia to provide guidance to future students.
Chris will be speaking about studying in one of the only specialist engineering institutes in the world. Learn more about studying an engineering program with EIT on-campus or online at this face-to-face event.
Time/Date: 6th September 2022, 2.00 pm - 3.00 pm (GMT +0545, Nepal Time)
Education Agent: Study Path
Venue: Dillibazar Height Marg, Kathmandu 44600, Nepal
Reserve your spot! Tickets are limited.
Can't meet at the location? You can book a call with one of EIT's friendly Course Advisors here: https://calendly.com/eitcourseadvisors/call
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About Mr. Chris Fordyce
Chris is part of EIT's Student Recruitment and Course Advisor department, providing accurate enrolment advice to prospective students from around the world. Chris also helps support EIT's Education Agent partners with training workshops and student enrolment advice.
Who is EIT?
The Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) provides practical education and training in engineering and technology, with most graduates in fulfilling and well-paid engineering jobs.
EIT offers excellence across its professional development courses, and in its Australian internationally accredited diplomas and advanced diplomas, bachelor and master degrees, and a professional Doctor of Engineering. The engineering lecturers and instructors, most with considerable industry experience and a passion for teaching, are drawn from around the world.
The live and interactive online platform of learning (with access to remote and virtual labs) reaches students in over 160 countries.
The degrees are also available on campus in Australia, using a blended approach to learning.
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