The online series will bring together researchers, experts and academia from across New Zealand and Indian education and business platforms.
An online Education Conclave named “New Zealand-India Education Week” will be conducted from October 5 to 9 between 10.30 am and 11.30 am with universities and executives from New Zealand.
The education conclave will be organised by the Education New Zealand (ENZ) which is an agency of New Zealand’s government for international education. The online series will bring together researchers, experts and academia from across New Zealand and Indian education and business platforms.
David Pine, New Zealand High Commissioner to India and Bangladesh and Ambassador-Designate to Nepal, and John Laxon, Regional Director-Asia, Education New Zealand will inaugurate the event organised by Education New Zealand on October 5.
Students can enroll their names for this conclave, which is open to all, by visiting here.
The event will have panel discussions with industry leaders, masterclasses from academics of New Zealand universities. The academic conclave will also organize a daily quiz for students. It will showcase New Zealand’s indigenous culture as well.
While Speaking about the event, John Laxon, Regional Director- Asia, Education New Zealand said, “We are excited to launch this inaugural New Zealand-India Education Week, making use of technology to connect with academics and students right across India. The online event offers us an opportunity to hear from Indian students in New Zealand, explore the impact of Covid-19 on the future of education, and engage with leading New Zealand academics.”
According to the official press release, the organisers said: “New Zealand and India’s education ties have continued to strengthen in recent years, with the number of Indian students studying at New Zealand universities rising 37 per cent in 2019. Despite disruptions caused by Covid-19, there remains active engagement between universities and institutions of both countries.”
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