A long way to travelPosted on 05/12/2012 by itcnz
One of ITC’s latest International Diploma in Travel and Tourism Management students has travelled a long way to be here.
Nurul is from Singapore, which she describes as “a little red dot in the world map.”
After graduating from high school Nurul began work in a restaurant, but she had always wanted to be part of the travel and tourism industry.
Checking the internet for available courses, Nurul came across ITC.
“My mum and I got interested,” she says, “so we made some enquiries via email since we’re 8404km apart!”
After receiving more information Nurul decided to enrol for the October intake.
She and her mother travelled all the way from Singapore for ITC’s open day – a definite first for the college!
“I was really impressed with the college and especially how friendly the college’s personnel was!” says Nurul. “Lesley got me all excited to start my course. It definitely had a positive impression on my first visit there. We took a look around and I was happy that I made the right choice.”
Nurul says she has never regretted the decision to move to New Zealand and study at ITC.
“The environment is safe and conducive to learning; the tutors are really helpful too. ITC is more than just a college; it’s my second family!”
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