Counsellors from New Zealand varsities to be in town
The Malaysian Today - Sunday, 17 August 2003

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Counsellors from universities in New Zealand conducting counselling sessions at the N.Z. Centre in Kuching

KUCHING: A number of officials and counsellors from -universities in New Zealand will be in town on Aug. 19 and 20 to provide professional and free counselling to students and parents. The counsellors will conduct the sessions personally.

Students and parents will have the opportunity to receive first-hand information on the courses offered by the universities.

The counselling sessions will be held at N.Z. Centre which is located on the Ground Floor of Lot 2067, Jalan Utama, Pending, here.

It is situated next to the Carvery Restaurant, opposite Telekom in Pending.

N.Z. Centre will be arranging a series of counselling sessions on Aug. 19 and 20 from 9am to 12pm and 2pm to 5pm.

Following are the details for the counselling sessions:

For Aug. 19 from 9am to 12 noon, University of Auckland will be represented by Christine Woo whereas Jennifer Anne Wilson will counsel for Lincoln University.

On the same day between 10am and 12 noon there will be counselling sessions for University of Otago by Wayne

Angus and Vaughan Gray whereas during he same time another counselling session for the New Zealand Immigration Service will be by Ross Grigg.

On Aug 20 there will be four counselling sessions for four universities held in the morning from 9am to 11am.

These include Massey University by Roger Armstrong; Auckland University of Technology by Marilyn Henneker; Victoria University of Wellington by Anne Cronin and Lisa Lowe while lastly in the morning Vivienne Kingsbury will counsel for University of Waikato.

Meanwhile, there will be two counselling sessions for the afternoon of Aug. 20 from 2pm to 5pm.

Farida Memon will appear for The University of Canterbury whereas Victoria Chan will counsel for N.Z. High Schools.

New Zealand has an international reputation as a provider of excellent education and quality lifestyle.

The country offers a safe and conducive learning environment with affordable fees and relatively lower cost of living.

Students and parents are welcomed to N.Z.Centre to discuss their education requirements with professional counsellors from New Zealand Universities.

They can bring in their examination results/qualification for assessment by the counsellors.

The counselling sessions and educational service provided by the centre are free of charge.

N.Z.Centre is an official representative in Malaysia for all New Zealand universities and a number of reputable institutes of technology and quality schools.

For enquiries, contact N.Z.Centre on 082-334299, 082-337299, 082-483999 or 019-8569699.
Further details on the counselling session and N.Z.Centre can also be sourced from www.nzcentre.biz or email to: admin@nzcentre.biz.