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Importance of International Education to be featured at Murdoch Open Night

Murdoch University Dubai, a core campus of one of Western Australia’s leading research, learning and teaching universities, is hosting a career focused Open Night this Friday, August 22 from 4pm to 8pm at Pullman Hotel Dubai, Deira City Centre.

The Open Night will feature a lecture on ‘Why International Education Matters’ delivered by leading academics Dr Max Sully, Dean and Academic President for Murdoch University Dubai and Mrs Rema Menon, Founder of Counselling Point.

Dr Max Sully has been with Murdoch University since 1999 and has held a variety of academic and leadership appointments, including; Dean of the School of Psychology, Dean of the School of Health Professions and Pro-Vice Chancellor Health Sciences.

Mrs Rema Menon has over two decades of experience and expertise in education, career counselling, admission guidance and child welfare. Her popular handbook titled ‘Head Start for Higher Studies’ is in its third edition now.

Murdoch Open Night is an opportunity for students, parents, teachers and professionals to interact with faculty, alumni and staff whilst they learn more about the range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses offered at the university.