Blended Learning International first Career Information Session went off with tremendous success – with an evening filled with informative discussions and lively engagement with students. The session was held last Tuesday 22 September 2015 at ANU Manning Clarke Centre.
Discussing the topics of post-study visa options for international students, the session which was co-hosted with the ANU Indonesian Student Association (ANU ISA) highlighted the various options and application processes that international students can choose after their student visa expires.
Our board, Glenn Withers along with Gracia Santoso from the ANU ISA opened the session and was then followed by Migration Agent and Secretary of the ACT chapter of the Migration Institute of Australia – John Hourigan, presenting information on point based skilled visa options and employer sponsored visas. Following that, Julianne O’Brien from the Migration and Information Services, Economic Development Directorate of the ACT Government discussed the pathways through ACT nominated visa’s through the 190 subclass and the RSMS stream.
After each informative presentations, the speakers were divided into each allocated Q&A station which allowed the audience a chance to ask questions directly and engage with the speakers.
Reception with pizza and drinks were provided at the end of the event, with closing remarks by our CEO Lisa Materano.
Blended Learning International would like to thank ANU ISA for the successful collaboration, as well as the participation of speakers and students.