GSP held Key Partners Meet and Greet events in Hyderabad, Kochi and Chennai to facilitate connections between their recruitment and institution partners and provide information on the Australian GTE requirement and compliance at GSP.
India – Global Study Partners, a global marketplace for international student recruitment, hosted three exclusive workshops and networking events in India—featuring highly-ranked global institutions from Australia and Ireland—for its recruitment partners. The Key Partners Meet and Greets were held at Taj Deccan in Hyderabad (21 November), Kochi Marriott Hotel in Kochi (23 November) and Taj Coromandel in Chennai (24 November). These sessions provided recruitment partners the opportunity to connect and collaborate with partner institutions and get insights into Australia’s Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) requirement and compliance at GSP.
GSP’s partner institutions took the floor to introduce their key qualities, admission requirements, scholarships, featured programs and new courses. These included the following, represented by key leaders:
- The University of Newcastle (Jayasree Gopal, Senior Recruitment Advisor)
- Murdoch University (Arjun Singh, Regional Manager – South Asia)
- Trinity College Dublin (Nilanjana Shihn, Regional Manager – India & South Asia supporting Trinity Global)
- The University of Western Australia (Sashirekha Mathiyarasan, Regional Manager – South Asia and Roshan KJM, Regional Manager – South Asia)
- Griffith University (Rushali Kapoor, Marketing Officer – India)
Kaplan International Pathways, represented by Regional Director – ANZ, South Asia Robin Pushapdeep S. and Student Recruitment Manager – South Asia Saima Siddiqui, also presented their pathway routes at the events.
The workshops also featured lectures on GTE and compliance at GSP to help recruitment partners enhance their strategies and expand potential partnerships.
The dedicated GSP team, represented by Vice President of Global Partnerships Matt Beazley, Director Institutional Partnerships of South Asia Shivali Mehendale, Vice President of Recruitment and Admissions (India and Onshore) Gaurav Kapoor, Admissions Director Ritu Sharma, Regional Director of Recruitment in India Nikita Gupta and Regional Director for Recruitment Heena Gupta were in attendance. Business Development Managers Guru Prasad Bhanuvikram, Sandhiya Anandhakrishnan, Pavani Jagarlamudi, Bantu Shailaja and Praveen Kumar Ankuri. were also present at the events. They facilitated engaging discussions to explore prospective plans for recruitment partners to offer better global educational opportunities for students.
The Key Partners Meet and Greets showcased GSP’s commitment to strengthening the international educational industry in India and its goal to connect key players in the field for the benefit of study-abroad students.
As one of Australia’s most trusted study abroad companies, GSP has always been committed to providing excellent service in the international education industry. In 2021, edtech player UpGrad acquired GSP to strengthen its overseas network, with India being one of its current biggest markets. Since then, GSP has been actively continuing its goal to connect institutions and recruitment partners across the globe to create more collaborative and effective relations within the sector.