IDP Education has revealed its virtual office in Nepal, hence a new opportunity for Nepalese students to connect with educational counseling and service experts from the safety of their homes. The IDP virtual office, the company says will provide best-in-class services, at par with its physical offices thereby continuing to serve students aspiring abroad study online.
IDP flaunts its virtual office to be an endeavor to connect with the students and their parents providing the best consultation and educational services including Question and Answer (Q&A), university selection, scholarship options, visa-application process, post-study work rights, and so on. It pledges to support students in their overall educational journey as well as post-study life abroad.
The IDP Regional Director for South Asia, Mr. Piyush Kumar at the IDP virtual office launch stated, “IDP’s virtual office is expected to elevate the industry-leading services further. We know and understand that studying overseas is a life-changing decision, not only for students but for their families too. During this pandemic, a virtual office will help us stay connected with the students and their parents. Moreover, by incorporating technology into our design, we can help students connect in real-time with representatives from higher education institutions around the world.”
The virtual office will be live on weekdays — Sunday to Friday, 10 AM up to 5 PM. The counseling sessions will be aired on the Zoom app.
In a nutshell, the IDP virtual office is a smart choice amid ongoing shutdown to continue serving quality educational services to the aspirants. Here’s a quick link to know more about the IDP virtual office, or you can simply watch the video below.
IDP recently showcased its Study Abroad app for students in Nepal.