At least 80 education agents and counsellors joined the recently-concluded event conducted by the EduCo team at Southern Cross University Sydney. They have also committed their support to EduCo’s international student recruitment efforts to bring in a good number of high-quality students from various parts of the globe.
The event was graced by EduCo executives including Chief Financial Officer Roo Oosthuizen, VP for Sales & Marketing Ali Butt, Strathfield College SVP Scott Robertson, and Southern Cross University Sydney, Melbourne and Perth Principal Jason McGovern.
According to Mayank Kansal, Southern Cross University coordinator, the more than 80 agents that participated in the event also expressed their support for the university’s effort to bring in the best and brightest international students.
Southern Cross University is committed to guide students and help them achieve their goals. With an average of 30 students per class, students are assured of better engagement and interaction with lecturers and active learning through Southern Cross University’s flipped classroom model that includes learning through case studies, problem solving, reflection and practical projects.
Teaching satisfaction rating for Southern Cross University is at 71.3%. This is 8.3% higher than the Australian average of 63%, based on the latest results of the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) Course Experience Questionnaire.
Southern Cross University is in the top 250 universities worldwide under 50 years old, according to Times Higher Education.