The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC) in Bangladesh recently hosted a webinar on the opportunities available to prospective students interested in pursuing higher education in the United Kingdom (UK) and Australia.
The webinar was organised to discuss the changing landscape of international education post-COVID-19, said a press release.
David Hawkins, founder of The University Guys, Justin Edwards, representative of The Australian National University, and Vishnu Vankayala, representative of University of Leicester participated as discussants in the virtual session.
Md Mahbub ur Rahman, CEO of HSBC Bangladesh, and Ahmed Saiful Islam, Country Head of Wealth and Personal Banking, prospective students, education partners, and clients and officials the bank were also present in the discussion.
The webinar explored the avenues of HSBC’s partnerships and services that makes the planning and process of higher education simpler for students.
During the discussion, Mr Rahman said, “At HSBC, we understand how important it is for parents to enable their children to thrive and fulfil their full potential. With that in mind, we have designed a range of services and offerings that specifically meet the needs of Bangladeshi students studying overseas. We share the same goal – to make banking easier, faster and simpler – so that your child can focus on their enriching overseas education journey.”
HSBC provides all kinds of essential banking services to students willing to pursue higher education abroad. With HSBC’s International Education, getting students ready for overseas education has never been easier, he added.