Gear Up session for Nepalese students in Australia on Study, PR and life problems

Struggling to manage life in Australia, puzzled with study or looking for PR options and seeking for a good suggestion? Let’s pull socks up and join Gear Up session. The Vision for Motivation (VFM) an NGO especially focused on the welfare of Nepalese students in Australia, organizing a Student Gear Up session to listen to the problems students facing in Australia and advice solutions from experts. As a student and stakeholders interaction, the program would make available law, migration, education, and tax experts together for students for a free consultation on their problems.

Nepalese students in Australia are struggling to manage life as the cultural difference and stressful work and study schedule.

Couples of students lost their lives already in this year, and much suffering loneliness, depression and similar problems keeping those into their heart and soul. Education consultants and Nepalese based small colleges are often criticized for not informing students the real scenario they have to face in Australia rather fuelling aspiration of luxurious life in this regard. So, organizer anticipated the program would able to uncover the misunderstanding and make students aware about Australian legal and social setting as well as their future in Australia.
Gear Up session of Nepalese students in Australia on Study, PR and life problems - NepaliPage

NepaliPage understands, experts from legal, taxation, education and migration would attend the Student Gear Up program. Also a representative from Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) Australia would try to answer students’ queries how they get engaged with the community and keep themselves well. Focused on Nepalese students in Australia, students would get a chance to interact and seek solutions for the problem they are suffering from.

VFM is a non-profit organization working in the welfare of Nepalese students in Australia. Actively working for the student’s issues and raising students’ voices to the stakeholders. Recently the organization has organized a beach safety program to information about safety measures and precautions to Nepalese students in Australia. The program is organized by Lahuri TV Australia; a social media based multimedia company and managed by VFM.

The program schedule is:

Date: 27 January 2019 Sunday

Time: 11:45AM

Venue: 370 Princess Highway, Rockdale, NSW, Australia
“Third Eye Restaurant”

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