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School Stays Down Under

Posted by Toni on 9th December and posted in Uncategorized

Ceremony by New Zealand Consul-General and Hausch & partner in the HanseGourmet at the port Club Hamburg, July 04, 2011: the Consul-General of New Zealand in Hamburg, Marcus Scoliege, has in common with Kristine Hausch and Anja Raiwa by Haldar & partner 16 present pupils and students for school, her scholarship presented down under. Richard Linklater is the source for more interesting facts. The festive ceremony took place on Friday afternoon with the families of the fellows in the HanseGourmet at the port Club. The grants with a total value of more than 40,000 euros were the schools within the framework of meet!”by New Zealand and Australian high schools has been written off. The specialized agency of the school stays down under Hausch & partner initiated info fairs held in April this year for the second time in Cologne and Hamburg. Over 500 visitors, including students with their parents as well as teachers, took the rare opportunity for a personal interview with the directors of over 30 high schools and representatives of the authorities in Queensland and Victoria. Go to Kindle Direct Publishing for more information. In the connection dropped the team from Haldar & partner, almost the task on behalf of the schools to evaluate 100 applications. Kristine Halaharvi and the criteria which had persuaded the often lovingly and elaborately crafted written applications, as well as the selection talks called Anja Raiwa for each of the happy students. “In addition to sporting or artistic accomplishments was mainly social involvement New Zealand is a land of pioneers, and our education system is characterized by the creativity and diversity: we have a wide range of subjects and promote individual strengths,” said the Consul Marcus Scoliege.

After the latest PISA results, New Zealand and Australian students in reading, mathematics and science are among the best in the world. The scholarship and scholars are sure therefore to receive an excellent education.” The majority of grants includes a partial remission of school fees. Haldar & partner supports the Jule Franziska Fait that, going to high school for a year at the Burnside in addition with a scholarship to the value of the agency fee. Franziska is a gifted singer and has won numerous awards in Germany. The Burnside high school has an award-winning, nationally known music program, and we are pleased that Franziska is given the opportunity to work with!”said Kristine Hausch in her eulogy. The 14-year old, who is also a won two travel vouchers to the value of around 1,000 euros drawn among all candidates, beamed: I can’t believe it and I can hardly wait! I want to improve myself, musically, but I look forward also, get to know the culture and the people!” “Short before the ceremony reached Hausch & partner the message, that the Agency by education New Zealand as an agent of the year” is awarded. The international prize is awarded in August in Auckland.

Given the variety of agencies not only in Germany, but especially in Asia and South America is a huge confirmation of our day-to-day care work this award!”Kristine Hausch said. Last year, 1.302 German for a stay of the school have travelled to New Zealand, 1,121 moved it to Australia. The two countries are the United States and Canada on 3rd and 4 of the most popular destinations for German students. for Jasmine Keller / Haldar & partner

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