Bradford Global has organized a pre-departure briefing and farewell program for the 100 students who are preparing to go to study in the UK.
Held at the Everest Hotel in Kathmandu, the event was graced by Maxim Rehman, Director and Country Manager of the British Council, Prakash Pandey, President of the Educational Consultancy Association of Nepal (ECAN), and Deepak Gurung, former President.
Giving a pre-departure briefing through the virtual platform at the event Mr. Pawan Bista, Chairman of Bradford Global Wish Happy Vijaya Dashami to all the people as well as wished all the students for their bright academic careers ahead in the UK.
Braj Bhushan Jha, South Asia Regional Head of the University of Wolverhampton, welcomed the students coming to his university.
Informing the students about the importance and necessity of British education, Maxim Rahman, Exam Director and Country Manager of the British Council, wished the students all the best for further study.
Prakash Pandey, President of ECAN, encouraged the students to return to Nepal after studying the education system of foreign universities.
Deepak Gurung, former president of ECAN, wished Bradford Global the best of luck in continuing to provide excellent educational counseling services to students attending various universities in the UK.
At the event, the guests were given tokens of appreciation, and the students were honored with Khada.
At the end of the program, Bhuvan Giri, CEO of Bridge International Education Consultancy, thanked all the guests and concluded the program.
The program was coordinated by TIAC, Optimus Global, Bridge International Education, Global Journey Educators, and Tyoyo Education Consultancy.
Media partners at the event included Jupiter Media, banking partner Prabhu Bank, travel partner Royal Travel and Tours, and airline partner Turkish Air.
This innovative concept was led by Mr. Shubhansu Uprety, (Business Development Head, Bradford Global) along with his great supporting team.