A pre-departure session is an information session that takes place before someone leaves for the journey, especially if it’s a significant one like studying abroad or moving to a new country. During this session, organizers or experts provide important information and guidance to help the person prepare for their upcoming journey.
On November 25th, 2023, the Pre-Departure Session was held by the best consultancy for Canada in Nepal, CSC at the Kathmandu Banquet, Thapagaun was a successful event. Over 500 people gathered at the Kathmandu Banquet to learn about studying in Canada. The event focused on the January 2024 intake, providing expert advice to help students get ready for their journey. The event included a special session led by experts in studying abroad in Canada. Notably, Mr. Hari Adhikari, who has extensive knowledge and experience studying in Canada, was also part of the event.
A key moment at the event was having Mr. Hari Adhikari, studying in Canada expert, there. His expertise and background made the event more trustworthy, letting everyone know they were in good hands. His insights played a crucial role in making the event successful.
The event wasn’t just about sharing information; it also gave people the chance to meet and make connections. Future students became friends, and these friendships could last a long time. This made the event feel more personal and created a community of people starting similar journeys.
The event went well because of the Q&A session. People could ask questions, get answers, and even get advice from Hari Adhikari. This talk helped everyone understand what to expect in Canada.
The event represents the hopes and dreams of people wanting to study in Canada. The knowledge shared by Hari Adhikari and the connections formed during the event held by the best consultancy for Canada, CSC will be strong support for these students as they start a new chapter in their lives. As we get closer to the January 2024 intake, the people who attended the event are not only prepared for the academic challenges but also have a good understanding of Canadian culture and practical skills for a successful stay.