Overseas educational programs and employment opportunities are very much sought after here in the Philippines. In fact, most Filipinos would prefer overseas employment rather than locally based professions, for them to develop their career, potential, and to find work that offers better opportunities. Moreover, a diploma abroad would also raise one’s value in the professional world, not just here in the Philippines, but also anywhere in the world.
However, leaving the country to live in another is quite expensive, and this is the problem that discourages most Pinoys from venturing out of the country. If you are one of these Filipinos who wish to study and work abroad, worry no more because there are programs that will help you achieve your goals.
King’s Management and Technology (KIMT) is an Australia-based school that offers vocational courses on hospitality, business and marketing courses, as well as aged care.
So what does KIMT have to offer you?
(1) Career oriented and nationally accredited courses
- a) Business and Management
- b) Marketing
- c) Hospitality and Commercial Cookery
- d) Aged Care
These courses cover both theoretical background and practical design, and also comply with the requirements of nationally endorsed training packages. It also offers quality teaching and training, and excellent facilities.
2) Affordable investment
Of course, risks have to have its benefits. Choosing to study in KIMT is not only cost-saving as compared to other Australian schools, however, the living expenses are also less costly in Brisbane as compared to other Australian cities.
3) Excellent Public Transport
New in the country? You don’t have to worry about losing your way in Australia because KIMT is located at Brisbane, the Queensland capital, where it boasts of their excellent public transportation. It’s so convenient and it will help you reach your destination easily.
4) Perfect weather
Scrap the freezing weather image forming in your mind too! Brisbane has more sunny days all year round than any other city in Australia. It has a sub-tropical climate, and best of all, winters are rarely below 20 degrees Celsius, perfect for Filipinos who grew up in warm, tropical climates.
5) Travel Destinations
What’s more, KIMT is also close to some of Australia’s sought after travel destinations! On your free days you may visit Australia’s 11 World Heritage Sites, the famous Great Barrier Reef, Gold Coast, Daintree rainforest, and so much more!
6) Feel at Home
Best of all, we will make sure you don’t get homesick at all. Filipinos always cherish relationship ties, and KIMT understands that. If you are hesitant in leaving home, worry no more because many programs in Australia exclusively cater for international students, which you will meet in the city’s grand orientation day.
KIMT indeed offers Filipinos the best opportunity to study abroad: opportunities, affordability, and convenience all at once!
Luckily, KIMT will hold an orientation this August 31, 2015, at the Royal Mandaya Hotel, from 1 pm to 5pm. The orientation will be for FREE, plus FREE consultations for admissions and the IELTS (International English Language Testing System) review. The IELTS is an English proficiency exam that is required in employment and immigration in English-speaking countries such as Australia.
So if you’re interested, hurry and reserve a slot for the orientation this August 31. Just send your name, email address, and course interest to this number: 0942 0888 702.
For example: Isabelle Mendez, 21, Business and Management.
Note: All applicants must be aged 18 and above.
KIMT Study Hub is located at Door 1, ground floor of El Bajada Hotel, JP Laurel Avenue, Davao City.
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