Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Nepali Student to be city ambassador for Brisbane, Australia

International students from 28 countries, including Nepal, have been made official Brisbane ambassadors to showcase the city as one of the best places in the world to study, work and live.

Bibidh Subedi from Nepal, who has been living and studying in the city for eight months, is one of Brisbane’s International Student Ambassadors in 2019.

Mr. Subedi who is studying a Diploma in Information Technology at Queensford College says studying and living in Brisbane has been an incredible and experience in a wide variety of ways.

“Studying in Brisbane has been a great experience because of the high-quality educational resources and friends from all parts of the world,” Mr. Subedi said.

“I love that I get the chance to watch football at a pub with fellow football fans. Being a Brisbane International Student Ambassador will allow me to engage in the active promotion and positive representative of Brisbane and its education. If students in Nepal were thinking of studying in Brisbane, I would tell them that education in Brisbane is amazing and the opportunities after your graduation are enticing. The lifestyle and environment are equally great.”

Brisbane Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner said Bibidh was appointed as a Brisbane International Student Ambassadors for the next 12 months at a special ceremony in April.

“Being a Brisbane International Student Ambassador will provide Bibidh a unique experience in our city because of all the opportunities which come with being involved in the program,” Cr Schrinner said.

The students will be involved with a wide range of activities and experiences across the city, including events such as the World Science Festival and Brisbane’s Student Welcome Ceremony, as well as taking part in native wildlife encounters and island escapes to tell our story about the city’s unique lifestyle. Brisbane had 95,000 international student enrolments in 2018, and Bibidh will look to showcase the world-class education institutions and accommodation options on offer to the city’s prospective students from Nepal and give them insight into day-to-day life in Brisbane.

Brisbane is increasingly positioning itself as an international study destination of choice in Nepal, where students receive a superior education alongside an enviable outdoor lifestyle. Brisbane now welcomes students from over 160 countries, who enjoy our internationally recognized universities, educational institutions, and thriving innovation and research hubs. Brisbane’s international students enhance the city’s culture by adding to the diversity of our city and creating cultural appreciation between all our students and the wider community.

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