15 February 2010

Study in Australia the focus of new promotional film

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A new promotional film by Brisbane Marketing has been released to provide international students with real life information about studying in the river city.

Study in Australia

A new film seeks to promote study in Australia by showcasing a day in the life of three international students in Brisbane.

The film, titled A Student’s Day in Brisbane, centres on three Brisbane Student Ambassadors from India, Hong Kong, and Germany and their experiences of study in Australia and life in the city.

Brisbane Marketing CEO, John Aitken said the real life experiences of international students such as Sukhmanjot Mann from India, Emmanuel Chan from Hong Kong, and Anja Thomas from Germany told the city’s true story.

“In their roles as Brisbane Student Ambassadors, these three students have been advocating Brisbane through their own personal experience in media interviews, reporting on their experiences in Brisbane to their home countries, and helping to create an online global awareness about Brisbane as Australia’s study destination of choice,” Mr Aitken said.

“We have been so impressed with their creativity and motivation to promote Brisbane to their family and friends that we asked them to work with us to produce A Student’s Day in Brisbane promotional film,” he said.

The film aims to capture the essence of Brisbane and show potential international students Brisbane’s friendly and welcoming qualities along with world-class education facilities.

Some of Brisbane’s iconic landmarks are also included in the promotional film, such as South Bank, Moreton Bay and islands, Brisbane Powerhouse, the Brisbane River and the ferries or CityCats, Kangaroo Point Cliffs and the Queensland Art Gallery amongst others.

“By seeing Brisbane’s envious lifestyle and the diverse education opportunities, international students can get a sense of life in the city before they arrive, regardless of language, nationality or religion,” Mr Aitken said.


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