Visit by Mr Victor Seah - QIBT (Queensland, Australia)

Mr Victor Seah, International Relations Senior Manager for QIBT visited Ei Holdings on 10th Oct 2013. It was our pleasure to host Mr Seah's second visit to our company. Together with Angelina, Joanne and Glenn, the visitor was given an insight of our company's strategy, directions and development in the last quarter of 2014.

There was great synergy between both parties. Mr Seah had a lively discussion with the Ei Management team, sharing information on the QIBT's latest development and the various systems in place to assist international students. Mr Seah also conducted a sale training training for the sales and marketing staffs. An interview was also arranged for two applicants. He was very impressed with Ei Holdings' recruitment efforts and anticipates forging closer ties between Ei Holdings and QIBT.

QIBT

Queensland Institute of Business and Technology (QIBT) is part of the global Navitas Group. QIBT is the pathway to a degree at Griffith University. QIBT's campuses are located in Brisbane and Gold Coast. For more than 15 years, QIBT has successfully bridged the academic and English gap for over 9000 students to help achieve their goal of becoming a successful Griffith University graduate.

Why QIBT

1) Upon the successful completion of Diploma, QIBT students are eligible for entry into second year of the equivalent bachelor degree at Griffith University, in Brisbane or the Gold Coast.
2) A supportive learning environment, including small class sizes and extra tuition time, ensures students receive individual attention from their teachers.
3) Fast track diploma program (8 months) for international students. Students are able to completion of a degree course in 3 years.
4) Students can apply for credit exemption . However credit exemption is allowed to a maximum of 50% of the total Credit Points.
5) QIBT students enjoy the full status and benefits as the Griffith University students. The campus is within the University. The students are allowed to use the facilities.
6) QIBT offers a wide range of Diplomas for students.
* Biosciences
* Commence
* Criminology and Criminal Justice
* Engineering
* Graphic Design
* Health Care
* Health Sciences
* Hotel Management
* Information Technology
* Media and Communication
7) Besides diploma, QIBT offers a university foundation program (Certificate IV) which provides a bridge between secondary school and undergraduate studies. Upon completion of Certificate IV, students can apply for one of the QIBT Diploma programs or Griffith University Bachelor degree.
8) Lower English requirement (5.5) as compared to normal university (6.0).
9) Students are allowed to work 20 hours per week.
1) Alternative entry. For age 21 years and above. Applications are assessed on the basis of work experience relevant to the program.
2) Good employment prospects for graduates. Starting salaries for Griffith University graduates are among the best in Australia.
3) A high percentage of international students continue their Masters after completion of their basic degree.