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From: madrid (Rep: 0) reply to madridDate: 10/11/2017 15:25
Forum: QualityStocks - Msg #10887Thread #673939492 (Rec: 0)
Re: Idp Education. ROE 50% and Growth. Strong Results

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Posted on 10 October 2017 - 12:55pm
Mark Mathen Victor
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For more than 45 years, IDP has been helping students and their families find the right fit for their dream of higher education.


FOR over 25 years, IDP Education Malaysia has offered comprehensive counselling services for students looking to study in Australia, as information from Australian Education International has stated that more Malaysian students are choosing to study in Australia than any other overseas location.

As the demand in Malaysia for overseas higher education maintains a strong foothold with the country's consistent economic growth being coupled with parents' desire for their children to pursue an education outside of the country.

However, the recent rise in affordable higher education programmes here in Malaysia has parents wondering whether there are opportunities that still provide the best return on investment when studying abroad.

This dilemma is filled by Australian universities, as they are widely known for excellent teaching skills and research facilities, whilst leading the world in innovation and quality in the country's approach to vocational education and training.

Graduates that have studied overseas often demonstrate the necessary creative, innovative and independent thinking attributes that are imperative for development and career path, as the exposure grooms students to work hard and be independent in order to be successful; these are just the sort of attributes employers look for in an employee.

At IDP Education Malaysia, trained and experienced counsellors work around the clock to assist students throughout their journey in exploring education opportunities present in Australia. This goes beyond a counsellor merely matching a prospective student's choice of study with a suitable institution.

Being at the forefront of the education industry, IDP has invested in technology to help Malaysian students find the very best of institutions to study in. With access to exclusive innovative software, students will obtain up-to-date information on the institution of their choice.

In October, IDP Education Malaysia will be hosting the IDP Australia Education Exhibition from Oct 10 to 18 in seven major cities; Kuala Lumpur, Subang Jaya, Penang, Ipoh, Johor Baru, Kota Kinabalu and Kuching.

With over 20 prestigious universities and institutions participating in this exhibition, it will be a great opportunity for students and their parents to meet with IDP Malaysia's trained Australian counsellors and representatives to discuss the options best suited for their higher education.

Students can move through flexible study pathways to gain the right balance of practical skills and theoretical knowledge for their future careers. These education providers have worked together to create a well-established system that assists students in moving easily from one level to the next. These stringent quality standards are overseen by the Australian government, as they ensure that graduates return home to begin their careers more "job-ready" than their counterparts.

An opportunity not to be missed for students hoping to commence their Australian study aspirations for the February 2018 intake, students who want to apply on the spot are to bring along the required documents and certificates to the exhibition.

Attendance at the exhibition is free and to ensure attendees can see the institution of their choice, it is important to pre-register online to redeem interesting prizes during the event.

This year, there will be seminars held in Kuala Lumpur and Penang by prominent universities. These seminars will be equipped with interesting topics of discussions that will be useful for students to explore education opportunities in Australia. Speakers from these universities will cover topics from Medicine & Pharmacy, Architecture & Design, and Business to Engineering, just to name a few in these seminars.

For more information or to pre-register for the exhibition, visit www.idp.com/malaysia



Reply to madrid - Msg #10862 - 09/13/2017 15:06

Re: Idp Education. ROE 50% and Growth. Strong Results

IEL Continues To Profit From The International Education Boom

The education of international students is now Australia’s third largest export – just behind iron ore and coal. One high quality business that has successfully leveraged off this growing industry is IDP Education (ASX: IEL). IEL is a global leader in international student placement services. It recently reported their FY17 results that point to a robust business with good prospects.

While net profit growth of just 4 per cent appears pedestrian on the surface, this is largely due to a one off tax benefit that boosted the prior year figure, the impact of the rising Australian dollar as well as some one-time costs from the acquisition of Hot Courses at the end of January. When we dig below the surface, the results show continued strong momentum in the core English Testing and Student Placements businesses.

In the English Language Testing Business, volumes increased 9 per cent in the six months to June relative to the same period last year. This is despite the disruption from the demonetisation in India reducing test volumes by another 15,000 in the March quarter. Adding these test volumes back implies sustainable growth of 12.5 per cent as IDP’s share in Australia stabilised and organic growth in other markets was boosted by the entry into markets like Nepal and Japan. Importantly, volume growth in India returned to ‘pre-demonetisation’ levels in the June quarter. This points to another year of very strong test volume growth in FY18 as the business cycles the impact from FY17.

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