Study Gold Coast has launched a brand new ‘Mobile Student Hub’, to take their support services directly to the community.
The small van will be able to travel to schools, campuses and the student community, bringing various support services for those looking to study.
It was launched following the success of the Gold Coast Student Hub in Southport, which opened 18 months ago.
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It’s believed over 8,500 students have visited the Hub since it opened, coming from over 70 countries.
Carrying information such as careers advice, workshops and professional development programs, the vans roll out across the Gold Coast from today.
Mayor Tom Tate says the Mobile Hub, which was unveiled at Council Chambers this morning, will go a long way to accommodate the Gold Coast’s growing number of students.
“The Gold Coast is a city that invests in its future.
“That’s why the City has made such a firm commitment to its education and training sector.
“By supporting our students and enhancing their experience a student’s time spent studying ad living on the Gold Coast is enriched and as a result they become champions for the city,” Mayor Tate said.