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Ironwood tours India, Indonesia and Malaysia to strengthen its educational ties

Over the summer break our CEO was busy visiting our partners in India, Indonesia and Malaysia. This extensive tour included targeted visits to educational institutes and agencies, identifying collaborative opportunities and forging partnerships for the provision of study tours, student/ academic staff exchange, research collaboration and dual qualification model.

In India Ironwood visited VIEC Amritsar http://vieceducation.com/amritsar/ , Cochin University of Science and Technology http://www.cusat.ac.in/ , Marrs Educational services Cochin http://marrs.in/ and Laureate International Universities New Delhi office http://www.laureate.net/ .

While in Indonesia and Malaysia Navtej Bal was joined by Mark Cody. It was particularly exciting for them to be key note speakers at the Suryakancana University (Cianjur West Java http://www.unsur.ac.id/) International Seminar on “Food Security – a multidisciplinary approach.”

Mark and Navtej also visited the Australian High Commission in Jakarta http://indonesia.embassy.gov.au/jakt/home.html , Knowledge Exchange International Jakarta, Bogor Agriculture University http://ipb.ac.id/ and Balitar Islamic University East Java http://www.unisbablitar.ac.id/ .

Finally Navtej and Mark visited Malaysia meeting with iGrow Perak http://www.igrow.com.my/ , Taylors University Kuala Lumpur https://www.taylors.edu.my/ , University College of Agroscience Malaca Malaysia http://www.ucam.edu.my/ and Study Excel Kuala Lumpur http://www.studyexcel.com/ .

As you can see from below, Navtej is big in Indonesia (at least on the sign!)

Street Signage At University Islam Balitar Indonesia



Australian Embassy Jakarta- (L to R) Navtej Bal & Mark Cody – Ironwood Careers & Training, Siska Wiliyhana- Austrade, Rini Budiyanti & Tomy Bawlang- KEI, Dr H.Supriano & Muh. Zaenul – Uni Balitar

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