[Announcement] New EMSA office in Indonesia
Education and Migration Services Australia (EMSA) is excited to announce the appointment of Shendy Rhiza as their partner and Regional Manager in Indonesia.
The EMSA mission is ‘to help people achieve their dreams in Australia’ and the addition of Indonesia is aligned with EMSA’s plans to grow its footprint in the Asian region. EMSA Indonesia will complement the other overseas offices which include the Philippines, Colombia and Mexico.
Shendy will assist by working with key providers in the Indonesian region and use his extensive industry knowledge and contacts to help more students with their Australian studies.
After completing his education in Australia, Shendy Rhiza started his early career in Real Estate before moving to IDP Education where he started his career as an education counsellor with a focus on Australian study. He has enjoyed a long career in the international education industry with his last position as Branch Manager for three branch offices.
In 2019 he collaborated with The PLuS Alliance to open an office in Indonesia and develop online courses and executive education from 3 major universities in the world in Indonesia. Since 2020 he has been trusted by a local agency company, Padma Education, to develop his study abroad business and relationships with local industry, schools, and universities.
Shendy Rhiza brings a wealth of skills in marketing international education, especially education in Australia. His experience with establishing engaging relationships with customers and partners are excellent, as are his marketing skills. Shendy also has a QEAC qualification (Qualified Education Agent Counselor) #B072
“I am very happy and grateful to hear the news that EMSA has chosen me to become its partner in Indonesia. This is great news, and I am very excited to begin my journey with EMSA to develop services and help Indonesians fulfil their dreams in Australia” said Shendy Rhiza.
CEO Shannon Semenikow said,
“I’m delighted to welcome Shendy to the EMSA family. I believe we are close to opening borders and our investment in Indonesia is testament to this.”
Shendy is an industry professional with extensive experience in international education across the region and a great reputation. EMSA Indonesia looks forward to supporting students from Indonesia and helping them to achieve their dreams in Australia.
If you are interested in partner with EMSA you can contact us on this page
For more information about EMSA Indonesia, please contact General Manager, John Feenaghty through email@example.com
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