Shortly before any restrictions to travel abroad and around the country were placed, we met Kim Molina, a graduate of Bachelor of Business in Accounting and has a Diploma of Marketing Certificate 3 and 4 in Business Administration.
It was the blessing of the office of Life Goals Consultants on March 08, 2020 at Park Avenue, Corner JP Laurel Avenue. .rev. Fr. Haniel Taganas performed the blessing of the office.
According to the team who organized Life Goals Consultants, Australia has become one of the top countries of choice for international studies. It has seen a drastic growth from 150,000 enrolments in 2000 to 600,000 enrolments in 2010. Australia has continuously experienced steady growth and in 2018 has had over 800,000 enrolments.
Life Goals Consultants helps promote, engage and oversee genuine overseas students to reputable education providers. It was established by well-experienced education officers in 2018 and has since then been assessing and assisting prospective international students to study with the most suitable education providers. LGC primarily assesses professionals and para-professionals who want to develop and update their skills and add value to their academic credentials which augment their career advancement and business development goals.
Qualified education counsellors analyze prospective students’ background and circumstances to effectively assist students to choose the finest education provider in Australia, offering these services: Professional advice and assistance in course selection; Processing applications and enrolment in Australian education providers; Acquiring Overseas Student Health Cover; Preparation and Lodgement of visa applications, Follow up regarding existing application, airport Pickup and Providing assistance in securing accommodation.
Officers are Kim Molina and Issandra Molina, an Australian Registered Nurse.
Team members who take charge of the Pramatta Office in New South Wales are Jjessa Marie Blanco and Ivory Joy Oandasan. At the Davao office is Adrian Vic Molina.
We asked Kim about her thoughts on the present situation we are facing here in Davao City and here is what she says: “The COVID 19 Pandemic has claimed many lives and caused so much uncertainty, but we should not panic and should be a part of the solution by following the government’s directive. This global problem can be addressed locally by implementing measures that would improve the health and well-being of our community.”