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StudyAdelaide announces 2020 Brand Ambassador Programme in Bangladesh

Staff Reporter, Dhaka

StudyAdelaide, an agency of the government of South Australia to promote Adelaide as an international study destination, has launched an Ambassador competition for students in Bangladesh for the first time. The competition offers an opportunity for the students to become ambassadors of Adelaide, as well as an education and lifestyle experiential tour of Adelaide.

It also offers the winning candidates a support package valued at AUD $5,000 per student that includes airfares, living allowance and free access to key Adelaide festivals and events, said a press release yesterday.  The competition is open for the Bangladeshi students who are looking to commence their studies at educational institutions in the South Australian capital city of Adelaide in 2020.

The application process requires entrants to answer some basic questions, including what motivates them to study in Adelaide and the winners will be selected by a panel of judges with criteria including creativity, enthusiasm and passion to study in Adelaide. Fifteen winners will be chosen across four South Asian countries including India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka, added the press release. Speaking about the programme, StudyAdelaide CEO Karyn Kent said, “Our Brand Ambassador programme seeks to recognise the high quality of students in Bangladesh who choose to come to Adelaide for their education, and to increase awareness in Bangladesh of the benefits of studying in Adelaide. We are excited to launch our programme for the first time in Bangladesh and look forward to welcoming the 2020 brand ambassadors”.

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