19 June 2024 at 11:00 am

International photo round-up

Key actions from our teams offshore.  

Belta survey

ENZ Senior Market Development Manager Bruna de Natale attended the Belta Seal launch event in São Paulo. The annual survey gathers insights into the preferences of Brazilian agents and students when it comes to exchange, study and travel abroad. ​ 

Similar to the 2023 results, New Zealand was found to be the 7th most preferred destination for students, while it was the 9th most preferred destination for agents. ​ 

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During Massey University Deputy Vice Chancellor Dr. Tere McGonagle-Daly's visit to Guangzhou, Kaplan organised a small-scale agent forum for Massey University. ENZ Senior Market Development Manager Felix Ye (pictured) was invited to share his New Zealand education experience as a representative of ENZ and a Massey alumnus with 40 agents.​ 

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ENZ team Viet Nam facilitated Lincoln University to organise a series of activities leveraging the visit of Daryl Streat, Deputy Director of Academic Preparation and Pathways.  

The activities helped raise Lincoln University’s profile in Vietnam.​ ENZ assisted with a student session at International Schools Partnership for 64 students​, sessions for students and teachers at Ho Chi Minh University of Banking and the University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City and a workshop for over 40 teachers/lecturers on the topic of ‘Navigating EMI Challenges: Strategies for Teachers 

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From 3-4 June, Team Thailand, together with Kiwi Centre Thailand, Christchurch Educated and six Christchurch schools went to Nakhon Sawan to visit five MoU schools and conducted three mock up classes at Nakhon Sawan School and Chumsaeng Chanutid School. ​ 

There were over 70 student, teacher and parents in attendance at Nakhon Sawan School and over 50 at Chumsaeng Chanutid School.  

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On 19 May, ENZ organised a hybrid event named ‘Hello Summer, Hello New Zealand’ as part of an ongoing programme to promote short immersion programmes for Vietnamese students. ENZ collaborated with some key education agencies (Au Hannah, Dreams Connect, Face Education, NZiFocus, NZLink Education) to host this event as a pre-departure briefing for students who are going to NZ in late May, June and July for short immersion programmes. ​ 

Deputy Head of Mission at the New Zealand Embassy, Ms. Ginny Chapman, attended and delivered the welcome remarks. 60 students and parents attended the event in person and eight online. 

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