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Nepalis In Australia launch ‘Studyinfocentre’ to Help Students in Abroad Studies

The portal provides information on global universities, courses offered, and employment opportunities.
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Nepalis In Australia launch ‘Studyinfocentre’ to Help Students in Abroad Studies

Nepalis living in Australia took the initiative and launched a new portal to help students research all their abroad study options and get the perfect student-university match.

The portal, ‘Studyinfocentre,’ is focused on providing reliable information regarding foreign universities, courses, and locations to the global students and help them get closer to their ultimate study destination.

The website also contains information on visa policy, study and accommodation expenses, employment opportunities in foreign countries.

Studyinfocentre

Former Vice-Chancellor of the Tribhuvan University Kedar Bhakta Mathema virtually launched the website.

“The website would offer detailed information on Nepal’s all universities and 600 subjects being taught there,” said Founder of the portal TN Aryal.

Tribhuvan University

Likewise, Vice-Chancellor of Pokhara University Prof. Dr. Prem Narayan Aryal said that the website would act as a bridge for cooperation and information exchange among the global universities.

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