Edvoy announce partnership with Victoria University of Wellington

Nicole Wootton-Cane
Nicole Wootton-Cane

2 September 2020 • 2 min read

The university is Edvoy’s first partner in New Zealand

Edvoy today announced a new partnership with Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. This partnership will continue Edvoy’s goal of using technology to connect prospective students with education providers all over the world, and making education genuinely global. 

Sadiq Basha, CEO at Edvoy said: “I am delighted that Edvoy has expanded our reach into New Zealand, giving prospective students across the globe even more opportunities for international study. 

“Victoria University of Wellington is a renowned university in an exciting and dynamic city, and I am pleased that they are joining the many world-class institutions we work with.”

The expansion into New Zealand means that students can now apply to universities in the UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, and New Zealand through the platform. 

“Victoria University of Wellington is excited to embark upon a new partnership with Edvoy, a leading international education portal that connects students with the universities of their choice,” said Julia Innocente-Jones, Assistant-Vice Chancellor International at Victoria University of Wellington.

“As Edvoy’s first New Zealand partner, we welcome the opportunity to assist students to find the right programme for them - and to help them in that next important step in their future.”

About Edvoy: We are an innovative digital-driven AI platform built in collaboration with IEC Abroad – The platform was born out of a desire to centralise information and empower students to make better, more informed decisions throughout their student journey, making the application process unified and seamless with the help of centralised process. Our technology connects prospective students with education providers through impartial advice and engaging content. 

About Victoria University of Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington is a university in Wellington, New Zealand. It is the highest-ranked university in New Zealand for research intensity, is one of only 14 universities in the world to hold the maximum 5 Stars Plus in the QS Stars rating of excellence as well as five stars in each of the eight categories.
 

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Nicole Wootton-Cane
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Nicole lives in Manchester and is a Content Writer and Editor at Edvoy and journalist.


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