RGIT Australia’s Regional Marketing and Admissions Manager in Nepal, Manish Paudel, met with more than 50 education consultancy representatives in Nepal last week. The international college's 7-day long promotional campaign commenced on Tuesday, 30 January, when Mr Paudel traveled across central Nepal to Bharatpur, Narayanghat (Chitwan), Butwal and Pokhara, before returning to the nation's capital, Kathmandu, on Monday, 5 February.
The campaign saw Mr Paudel meet and speak with students as well as well as agents. The meetings were an opportunity to provide students with information, as well as answer queries about studying at RGIT Australia, and about what studying in two of the world’s most liveable cities is like.
Excitement was noted among students and agents alike, especially following RGIT Australia's recent approval to deliver its Diploma of Nursing program with its first intake set for 9 April this year.
RGIT Australia's promotional campaign in Nepal comes following RGIT Australia CEO, Chandra Yonzon's participation at an agent meet-and-greet session in Kathmandu last week on a recent trip to Nepal. The session, which Mr Paudel described as “motivational” and “morale boosting for all", was an opportunity for RGIT Australia's CEO to personally meet with the institute's agents in Nepal. The visit was described by Mr Paudel as having "definitely created a buzz about RGIT" in the country.
RGIT Australia’s promotional campaign is set to continue with RGIT representative, Mr Paudel's plans to travel to the east of the county in the coming days, where he will speak with agents in cities such as Birtamode, Biratnagar and Itahari.