After a gap of two-years due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the South Asia team of the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) College, Sydney, Australia, hosted the Reactivation Workshops for Channel Partners in Nepal (Kathmandu and Pokhara) and India (New Delhi, Chandigarh, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, and Hyderabad) from 7-18 December, 2021.
With the successful rollout of vaccines in Sydney and the border set to reopen in December 2021, the workshops are a series of sessions for Channel Partners to reconnect, reactivate, and learn more about UTS College's product portfolio, entry requirements, scholarship opportunities, students support services and much more.
The reactivation workshops commenced with a warm welcome video by Mr. Peter Harris, Chief Officer Partnership and Growth, UTS College, Sydney, Australia.
He said “I am delighted to welcome students to campus and expressed his excitement to meet UTS College's Channel Partners from India and Nepal in person in the first half of the next year”.
UTS College is a premium education pathway provider to the University of Technology Sydney, offering foundation, diplomas (business, communication, design and architecture, engineering, information technology and science), and premaster's (graduate certificate in communication, technology practice and accounting & finance) programmes leading to undergraduate and postgraduate UTS degrees. Some scholarships available for international students:
- Scholarship of up to AUD $8,000
- 20% Tuition fee scholarship towards enrolled UTS undergraduate degree (max. 4 years) for UTS College pathway students joining UTS University in 2023 intakes
- 50% Pre-Master’s Program scholarship (*valid for limited time*, as on now for Feb/March intake).
In addition to the informative presentations, the workshops included 2 interactive learning quiz games for the Channel Partners. Each quiz game had two winners who received prizes from UTS College.
Mr. Pankaj Jain, Regional Director India Subcontinent, UTS College said “it is a new beginning and time to Welcome our students back in Australia”. He thanked his South Asia team (Ms. Aprajita Malla, Partner Manager -Nepal & Bangladesh, Ms. Sucheta Miglani, Partner Manager- North & East India, Mauritius, Mr. Nishal Joseph, Partner Manager- West & South India, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Mr. Kunal Palta, Marketing Coordinator- South Asia, Mr. Sameer Mittal, Market Research Consultant and Manoj Sahoo, Finance & Administration Manager ; and Channel Partners for their incredible participation and support, and expressed his eagerness to work even more closely with them in bringing students to UTS College, a pathway provider to UTS.