By Yash Yadav
With a goal to help students wishing to study abroad, IDP launches 23 new centres across the nation on January 10. These offices were opened at different tier-2 and tier-3 cities, such as Warangal, Shimla, Kurukshetra, Trichy, Thrissur, Tirupati, Kakinada and Goa, which are future educational hubs.
IDP also has 24 virtual centres through which students can connect easily to experts from any part of the country.
Speaking on occasion, Piyush Kumar, Regional Director (South Asia and Mauritius), IDP Education, said: “As a global leader, we take the onus of providing the best international education counselling experience across India.”
“The launch of our new offices is our prerogative towards helping students from every corner of the country get access to world-class overseas education assistance so they can fulfil their study abroad dream. Given the surge of queries from small towns and cities, it was the right time to take this step.”
Students will presently approach world-class counselling services both by means of the virtual and in-person mode through these new offices to study in renowned prestigious universities and institutions across Australia, the USA, the UK, Canada, New Zealand, and Ireland.
From course and university selection, submission of application, offer acceptance, visa assistance, finding accommodation, applying for health insurance, opening bank accounts, etc., these new offices have dedicated study abroad experts to help students in their entire study abroad journey.
“Our goal is to reach out to students in every nook and corner of the country who wish to acquire a world-class education. Especially in the times of the pandemic and an environment where movements are often restricted, students usually like to resort to virtual means of communication. Thus, our virtual offices would allow students to stay connected with us virtually or in-person at their convenience.”
“Students and their parents will be able to interact with our experts directly and get all their queries and concerns answered regarding shortlisting the country and the institutions, applying to these institutions, getting offers of acceptance, and assisting with a student visa. The idea is to provide a smooth transition for our students from their native to their dream destination,” explains Kumar.