ABLE visits Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Nanjing, and Jinan

Ankit speaking with students

Dr Ankit Agarwal from the Adelaide Business School, alongside other staff representing the Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics, has been visiting Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Nanjing, and Jinan. The trip includes workshops with agents, and meeting prospective students and their families to present the opportunities available within ABLE and the Adelaide Business School.

“Working with students, parents, and agents in China has been incredibly productive. We have met countless eager students, supportive parents, and exceptional agents who have inspired us with their passion for education and personal growth. Our work with students has been fulfilling, guiding them through university applications and career planning complexities. Witnessing their excitement as they discover their passions and set ambitious goals for their future is truly inspiring.” relayed Dr. Ankit Agarwal, Lecturer in Management and Program Director Bachelor of Business (Management) at the Adelaide Business School.

“The parents we have encountered have shown unwavering dedication to their children's success. We have empowered them to make informed decisions for their children's educational journey by providing them with comprehensive information and personalized guidance.”

“Collaborating with agents has been a true partnership, leveraging their expertise and local knowledge to connect us with the right students and parents. Together, we have formed strong relationships built on trust and mutual respect.”

“The impact of our work goes beyond transactions. We are shaping the future of these students, empowering them to pursue their dreams and positively impact the world. The gratitude and appreciation we receive fuel our passion to continue making a difference. Each interaction is an opportunity to inspire, motivate, and guide these remarkable individuals toward a brighter future.”

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