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On November 11, Sekolah Pelita Harapan (SPH) Kemang Village hosted Sunny Yang, Associate Vice-President (VP) for Student Recruitment and Admissions at Monash University, during her visit to meet with SPH leaders and university counselors. In an effort to maintain the relationship between the two institutions, Sunny Yang had the opportunity to resume conversations and discussions with the SPH team in person after two years of everything being done online. Between Monash and SPH, Sunny Yang and SPH leaders exchanged updates regarding admissions, while SPH counselors shared their experiences in supporting students throughout their application process to Monash, hoping they would be able to strengthen their relationship and continue their partnership for the coming years.  

Monash University Visit to SPH by Sekolah Pelita Harapan

Monash University’s Support for Sekolah Pelita Harapan 

Through Sunny Yang’s visit, Monash University has demonstrated tremendous support for SPH, its university counselors, and students. Through this networking lunch, the university’s in-country recruitment team also reassure SPH that they will continue to assist and support SPH counselors with a series of university fairs, application workshop sessions, and how to handle challenging cases.  

After a two-hour rewarding meeting, it was an honor for the SPH team to be able to show appreciation for Monash University’s constant support for SPH during the past years through lunch and a gift exchange. As the Associate VP for Student Recruitment and Admissions, Sunny Yang communicated Monash University’s continued desire to recruit more high school graduates from SPH. The school’s strong relationship with the university has also resulted in a fee waiver privilege for SPH graduates who consider studying at Monash University. 

Sekolah Pelita Harapan’s Commitment for Excellence 

As a school determined to uphold its credibility and excellent quality of education, SPH’s continued efforts in providing a great education for families in Indonesia have not been overlooked by some of the world’s leading universities. SPH continues to maintain great relationships and partnerships, such as the one they have with Monash University, not only to benefit the students but to also glorify God’s good work done through Christian education.