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Ceylinco Planet sets up gateway to Australian universities

A gateway to Australian universities has been opened for Sri Lankan students with the setting up of a new operational centre in Colombo by Ceylinco Planet in a building dedicated to facilitate student migration to Australia.

The new office, which was inaugurated last week, is at R. A. D. Mel Mawatha, Colombo 3. The opening was attended by Australian High Commissioner Dr. Gregory French, senior management, university representatives, principals of leading high schools and other officials.

The expansion to the new stand alone four storey building will help Ceylinco Planet to increase its competitiveness in the areas of providing students with highly professional and reliable educational and career counselling services.

The new office has dedicated rooms for counselling, processing of visa applications and university admissions, IELTS classes and an auditorium for seminars.

It also has a resource centre at which students can browse and research the many universities in Australia free.

A staff of 12 employees ensures that students are provided with indepth and accurate information about studying abroad.

Australian High Commissioner, Dr. Gregory French commended Ceylinco Planet on this venture, which presents Sri Lankan students with the opportunity of acquiring their tertiary education in Australia, one of the world's most dynamic and successful societies.

"By offering such opportunities of higher education abroad, Ceylinco Planet is equipping Sri Lankan students to achieve their potential. It is through high quality education that you can make your people all they can be," he said.


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