Odisha’s Centurion University Launches Tract-Ed Programme For Study In New Zealand
Bhubaneswar: Centurion University, in collaboration with UP Education (New Zealand) and iQuery has launched Tract-Ed, an international Foundation Pathway Program. A specialised programme, it gives ambitious students a powerful head-start to a successful future.
It provides assured admissions to students who fulfill the requirements of the FPP in the world’s top-ranked universities in New Zealand such as the University of Auckland, the University of Victoria in Wellington and Auckland University of Technology.
Tract-Ed is targeted at students who have completed Class X and are keen to explore education opportunities in New Zealand. Students from Odisha, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Assam (North East) can apply. The online launch of this programme was conducted on Tuesday.
High Commissioner of New Zealand to India, David Pine and Dr. Mukti Kanta Mishra, president, Centurion University were the chief guests. Participants from leading schools in Odisha, AP, Telangana and the North East Region besides senior
representatives from three New Zealand Universities were also present.
“Education has always served as bridge between our two countries. This program will not only facilitate entry of Indian students to our leading Universities, I am really glad that this partnership has now been launched and sure that it will succeed. New Zealand has always been open to international students and we hope to welcome more students from India soon,” said the Ambassador.
Dr. Mishra expressed gratitude and encouraged all the partners and participating schools to collaborate and make the programme a resounding success.
Representatives from leading schools such as SAI International and KIIT International and Maria’s Public School, Assam also participated in the event.
Enrollments for the programme will start immediately with the classes commencing in April 2021.