ITP Education Group celebrates 15 years of excellence in education

ITP Education Group celebrates 15 years of excellence in education

At a grand event at Sydney Town Hall in October, amidst a multicultural spectacle of colour and entertainment, ITP Education Group hosted a celebratory 15th anniversary gala evening.

In 2015, ITPEG celebrated 15 years of its operations as a registered training organisation trading as International Institute of business and Information Technology (IIBIT) and also 15 years of collaborative partnership with Federation University Australia.

Now with campuses in Adelaide and Sydney, ITPEG continues to be a vibrant, and engaging academic community committed to educational excellence.

At the gala celebration evening, ITPEG Director of Operations, Kishore Vallam, said that he was delighted by the growth of the organisation and had clear plans to extend ITPEG’s educational offerings.

“As we mark our fifteenth anniversary in the Sydney market, we’re also looking forward to significant expansion,” he said.

“Our long standing partnership with Federation University Australia, one of Australia’s most progressive tertiary institutions, has enabled us to support the educational development of thousands of international students from India, China, Philippines, Vietnam, Nepal and Pakistan,” Mr Vallam said.

Dr Paul Hemming, Chancellor of Federation University Australia, outlined to the gathering of well-wishers how the education sector has seen significant developments in teaching technology, assessment methods and public policies throughout the past 15 years.

Throughout, the relationship between Federation University Australia and ITPEG has grown and strengthened.

“Today IIBIT Sydney is an exemplar of providing quality international education in an excellent and supportive learning environment,” Dr Hemming said.

“Together we have achieved a shared goal helping guide many young people to achieve their ambitions and their careers.”

As part of the gala anniversary evening, guests were entertained by a range of performances including Latin dancers, Chinese lion dancers, an Indian Bhangra dance crew, Bollywood fusion dancing and a live band.

Federation University Australia has recently announced plans to adopt a planned growth strategy in international education over the next five years, deepening the relationship with ITPEG.


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