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Australian varsity holds forum for local students and professionals

Edith Cowan University (ECU), in partnership with Australian Education Consultants (AEC) will hold ECU Week in Kenya from today. Faculty members from various schools including business, law, engineering, nursing and midwifery will conduct seminars and workshops targeted at working professionals starting today to Saturday.

Student recruitment expos will be held in Eldoret on Wednesday at the Boma Inn Hotel from 9.30am and in Nairobi on Friday July 28 and Saturday 29 July from 9am at the Southern Sun Mayfair Hotel.

Mahul Shah, a Director of AEC, said, “ECU are hoping to link their academics with local education institutions with the view to forming associations for collaborative research and, or recruitment from colleges to Undergraduate programmes, or Undergraduates to Masters programmes at ECU.”

The university is based in Perth, Western Australia and accommodates more than 4,000 international students. It is one of the world’s best young Australian universities, says the Times Higher Education Top 200 Young University Rankings, 2017.

During the ECU Week, academic staff will be showcasing various areas of university studies and provide the Kenyan professional community with an opportunity to participate in seminars and workshops.

The faculty members are from the Schools of Arts and Humanities, Business and Law, Engineering, Nursing and Midwifery and Science. AEC represents 33 universities and 31 colleges and is the largest and oldest student recruitment agency for Australia in Africa. i

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