A down under education now going over bigWith the talk of war and terrorism these days, students looking to learn English are increasingly giving the United States a pass, turning instead to places like Australia and New Zealand.
Fifty-two educational institutions from Australia and New Zealand will participate in the Australia-New Zealand Education Fair 2002 that is going to be held at the Hilton Hotel in Seoul today and tomorrow.
At the fair, translators will stand by to help visitors with questions, while immigration and education officials from both countries will be present to help out.
Additional information about the fair can be obtained at the study-in-Australia Web site: www.yuhak.austrade.or.kr.
Seven lucky participants will win free language training courses (4-5 weeks) in Australia, while the first 200 participants can have their pictures taken with Australian aborigines.
by Brian Lee
with the Korea JoongAng Daily
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