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Dr Dipu Sebastian has earned a PhD from Deakin University, Australia; MBA fromQueensland University of Technology, Australia; MEd form Griffith University,Australia and BS from Christ University, India. He is a Fellow of theAustralian Institute of Management.
Dipu has extensive experience in the higher education sector as an academic,marketer and in managing academic programs. Currently, he is the DirectorInternational Development for VIEC. VIEC is an Australian company that has thelargest student recruitment network in South Asia. His responsibilitiesinclude; identifying and developing international markets and institutionalpartnerships, maintaining relationship with key stakeholders and strategicdecision making for VIEC.
Dipu has a strong background in business development in international educationsector and has successfully undertaken a number of projects globally. Theseinclude identifying and developing student markets, setting-up recruitmentchannels, facilitating transnational institutional partnerships and developingstrong working relationships with education providers. He has held academic positions with Queensland University of Technology and University of Canberra in Australia. He has also undertaken a number of consultancy projects for government andnon-government organizations. Some of these include large internationalprojects funded by organizations such as AusAid and Gesellschaft für TechnischeZusammenarbeit (GTZ), Germany.
Convenient Education is about the business of opportunities and nation building in a young globalised world and the consequences of our desire to better ourselves. Shot in India and Australia over several years, the interactive documentary tracks a study abroad journey from Jalandhar, India to Melbourne, Australia. In 2009, before the international education crisis hits, we experience the phenomena of a bustling education-migration market extending from India to Australia, and…Continue
To all the students who are contemplating to come to Australia for further studies, the Australian universities and private colleges are fast joining the Global revolution in online education. The landscape in international higher education is set to change and soon you can pick and choose the best courses from the leading universities in the world from your lounge rooms.
So watch-out guys for the likes of Coursera, EdX and 2U which are are going to revolutionise higher education by…Continue
Prospective international students preparing to study in Australia should seriously consider their career plans before taking a decision just based on the newly introduced post study work visa for all undergraduate, post-graduate and research graduates.
The current state of the global economy and especially the fall-out from the…Continue
Hello all prospective students,
I'm sure you've done your research on the most appropriate study destination for you. USA, UK, Europe are all good destinations; however, here are some reasons you should consider Australia;
1. Quality public institutions - All universities and TAFE's are fully government funded. Being government funded means they are expected to operate at a very high standard as they are accountable to the Australian tax payers.