Make a choice that you would never regret.
When you’re looking for higher education, it’s a challenge to find the right institute. And to find the right university, it’s important to know what course to pursue. With hundreds of options available for courses and colleges, confusion is bound to happen. Many students end up making wrong decisions and poor investments due to improper consulting. With genuine counselling, make a wise choice; one choice is all that matters, one choice creates all the difference.
Moving to a new country with half knowledge, inadequate understanding and uncertainty leads to frustration and a lot of time in adjusting. Take help from a trusted education solutions expert who can direct you towards a successful path.
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“Nan helped me a lot through guiding and advising me on choosing education institutions. She motivated and supported me on choosing a career path wisely. So, I believe that I had gained the right confidence to pursue my tertiary studies due to Nan’s guidance. Therefore, I am sure that she can help many more students by her guidance to achieve their goals step by step.”
“I was completely clueless as to how I can move ahead in my career. Furthermore, applying from abroad meant it was difficult to get the right support for my application. But Nan stepped in and helped me explore Australia’s various options, along with their strengths. She provided detailed answers for all my doubts and reinforced my confidence. Without her, I never would have known that settling in UNSW was the right choice for me. I’m grateful for her, and foresee that many students will benefit from her vast knowledge for years to come!”
“Nan not only helped me in applying for Curtin University, but also shared her experiences and tips for studying in Australia. She took the initiative to give me a city tour and guided me on where to find budget-friendly groceries and daily necessities. I appreciate all her help and support. I’m 100% confident that she can lead many more expat students like me, too.”
“Expat graduates often face a tough time settling down abroad. But because of Nan’s coaching & job-hunting tips, I was able to gather in my final year the confidence & strategy for securing my very first job in Malaysia. I owe it to her for giving me the best start to my career.”
“I would describe Nan Samy as a unique person with all the good qualities. She has a positive mind with strong motivating capacities. A great life coacher and career strategist who has been continuously generating the utmost impact on people’s life.”
“Nan guided me in my first semester at James Cook University. Her enthusiastic support helped me how to get the target results and from that, I apply her strategies for the rest of the course. She is not only a responsible mentor but also a kind friend who can share life experiences for newcomers. I’m thankful for being one of her mentees and I’m sure that others will feel the same way.”
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