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International Education Consultancy ‘Information Week’

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International Education Consultancy incorporated in January 1990, was the pioneer (in Australian education) to enter the international education market in Sri Lanka, representing some of the most prestigious universities and institutes in Australia. 

IEC has since diversified its services to universities and institutes of New Zealand and Canada. IEC will conduct an ‘Information Week’ from 29 July to 2 August from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the office premises, giving the opportunity to those who wish to explore their eligibility for higher studies in these countries. 

Call over for free consultation on eligibility, fees, scholarships and visa requirements. 

Being an International Career Guidance and Student Placement Centre, IEC has successfully found placements to over 3500 students in diversified areas of study, from Foundation level to Diploma, Degree, Masters and PhD.

IEC supports PhD and Masters by Research students in a very special way by helping them by providing step-by-step instructions which includes even helping them identify suitable supervisors based on their research proposals.  Established under the sole proprietorship of S.S. Rajah, IEC will soon complete 30 years of commercial operations and have maintained almost 100% visa success rate continuously for many years. IEC provides a very personalised service to assure the student of a smooth transition to the desired destination.

IEC invites you to visit the website www.iec.lk and Facebook page to view the student testimonies and reviews which tells it all.

Explore the world of opportunities that awaits you. Call them on 0711 262 262 or 2554748 for more details.


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