Brian nguyen from vietnam, ACIC Student, 2009
To gain admission to study the Bachelor of Pharmacy at the University of Sydney.
As an international student studying high school in Australia, besides the pressure of the university entrance exams, there are the difficulties of applying for schools and visa extension. There are many issues that Brian needed to deal with as a teenager during a stressful period.
Brian came to ACIC with the hope to gain thoughtful assistance and advice for his future study plan. Our consultants carefully listened to his goals and then assisted him in applying for his desired course as well as some back-up plans for him.
Apart from all the paperwork and application process, ACIC also assisted Brian with his visa extension and followed-up all the administrative tasks for him. This allowed Brian to have more time to focus on his studies for the university entrance exams (HSC).
Through Brian's hardwork, Brian achieved a very high UAI of 99.3 and was successfully admitted to the Bachelor of Pharmacy at the University of Sydney.
The Comment from the Student
I have to appreciate all ACIC staff for their kindness, reliability and responsibility for every students.
We could come to ACIC, contact the helpful staff members via phone or emails at any time and they certainly reply us immediately. With ACICs assistance, the stress over the pre- and post-HSC period could be a lot more relief.
During my holiday after the HSC, Yuan (the consultant manager) and Rebecca kindly took care of all the admission including getting the COE, Oversea Student Health Cover, Fee payment process and importantly, visa extension. Any enquiries from my or my friends were quickly replied and problems were solved effectively to make sure we have a nice time with our family and a well-prepared plan for our tertiary studies this year.
A part of my success should never come without the assistance of an active and reliable team of ACIC. I strongly recommend ACIC for the students who are seeking for admissions or having issues with their visas or who will deal with these issues in the future. It is the best you can get from your experiences of your time studying in Australia.