> Chi-Ya Huang: from Taiwan, 2005
       > Sharon Song: from China 2010
       > Jia Mei: from China 2001
       > Li Fang: from China 2007
       > Wei Yan Chong: from China, 2007
       > Gan Yi: from China, 2008
       > Flora Yin: from China 2009
       > Chia-Chi Lin: from Taiwan 2006
       > Yu-Wen Liao: From Taiwan, 2009
       > Brian Nguyen: from Vietnam 2009
       > Lu LIU: from China, 2009
       > Sara Lai: from Taiwan 2006
       > Victor LIN: from China 2011
       > Ling Xiao Zhou: from China 2011
       > Fei Wang, from China, 2014
       > Lu Shi: from China 2011
       > Shirley Zhang: from China 2012
       > Yu Yu Liang: from China, 2010
       > Ye Chun: from China 2011
       > He Yi Xuan: from China 2012
       > Fei Wang, from China, 2014
   > Pohan Sung: from Taiwan 1989
   > Wei Zhou Jin: from China 1993
   > Vu Hai Nguyen and Hanna Nguyen
   > Andy Tsui: from Hong Kong 1996
   > Jia Ning Chen, Jia Xiang Chen
   > Wojciech Drazkowski: from Pola
   > Ida Tomoe: ACIC from Japan 199
       > Jeffrey Jian Fei Wu: from China, 2009

Fei wang   FROM china, ACIC STUDENT, 2014


To acquire more knowledge and complete a Master degree from a top university in Australia.


Fei had been contacting other education agents.  Unfortunately, her applications to universities had been unsuccessful which made Fei almost gave up her goal.  She then came to know about ACIC and decided to give herself one more chance to apply for universities in Australia.

The entry requirement of top universities is generally higher, particularly for English Language. Fei was asked to take IELTS, which she desperately didnt want to.  She was wondering whether there was an alternative for her.


In selecting the most suitable program, Fei did not know where to start.  Our ACIC China office looked into her background, interests and strength and advised her to apply for the Master of Public Relations and Advertising offered by the University of New South Wales. 

Instead of taking an IELTS, we suggested her to spend some time on English language study in Australia.  Our aim was to satisfy the university entry requirement as well as to improve her English Skill.  The English course was offered by the University of New South Wales, which allowed Fei to familiarise the environment and be more well-prepared for the master degree. The plan worked successfully.  Fei received an offer from the University of New South Wales and she is now on the way leading to success.


When Fei was about to give up, approaching ACIC made a turning point.  With ACICs assistance, she has successfully enrolled into one of the most prestigious universities the University of New South Wales.  She is currently doing an English Bridging course while the master program will commerce in two months time.