Four students from Nepal appointed ambassadors for Adelaide, South Australia

StudyAdelaide, an agency of the Government of South Australia to promote Adelaide as an international study destination, announced four students from Nepal as winners of its Ambassador Program 2020 at a presentation ceremony held at the Marriott Hotel Kathmandu on February 10. The event was attended by officials from the Australian Government, Government of South Australia as well as education institutions.

The four chosen ambassadors for 2020 are Parbati Budhathoki, Pranish Mahajan from Kathmandu, Sandesh Basnet from Lalitpur and Khagendra Karki from Morang. The student ambassadors are being awarded an exciting support package worth AUD $5000 from StudyAdelaide which includes return ticket upto AUD $1500, gift voucher valued at AUD $1000, professional development session and access to key Adelaide festivals and events enabling students to soak up the full educational and lifestyle experience of the city. The ambassadors will be encouraged to engage with friends, family and the community to showcase Adelaide’s advantages and what makes it one of the best Australian cities for international students, by sharing their story through posts, videos and blogs.

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