Global-Link / Глобал–Класс




“Global-Link” LLC/“Global-Class” Trade Mark
Member of Australia-Russia Business Council
Certificate Aussie Specialist
Сertificate of Tourism Operations of Russian Federation 003757
Director General :
Contact persons:
Mrs. Tatiana Evkina
Mrs. Tatiana Evkina, Ms. Maria Rybina, Mr. Kirill Lando
Position in the company: Education Abroad Managers

Business Office Address:
117218 Russia, Moscow,
Profsouznaya Str. 9, off. 34
Tel.:    +7 495 968 83 80
            +7 495 125 06 05
Fax.:    +7 495 125 06 05
Web site address:
Representative office (for tourism only):
Level 2, 25 Millburn Street
Tel.    +64 94383998
Corstorphine, Dunedin,
Fax    +64 64538573
New Zealand
The period of operation.
The company was founded in April 2006, but managers have seven years work experience in education abroad market
The number of the staff.
The number of counsellors.
Full time: 4
Part-time: 2-3 during high seasons
Structure of the company:
Global-Link consists of the International Education Department and the Tourist Department.
Education department: 2 managers, IT administrator, curriers.
The staff visits the institutions the company represents.
We usually visit schools, colleges and universities every year


Language schools, high schools, colleges, universities (Foundation, Bachelor & Master Degree programs, PhD, MBA).
Education institutions Global-Link represents:
Australia: Australian National University, The University of Melbourne, The University of Queensland; Monash University, Macquarie University, Deakin University, James Cook University, Flinders University, University of Wollongong, RMIT University, University of Technology in Sydney; Murdoch University,  University of South Australia, Insearch UTS, Bradford College (The University of Adelaide), Trinity College (The University of Melbourne), Hawthorn Melbourne,  UNSW Global (Institute of Languages); Institutes of Business and Technology (Australia) PTY LTD and the International Colleges of Business and Technology (UK) LTD, International College of Hotel Management (ICHM), Blue Mountains Hotel Management School, International College of Management, Sydney; Pittwater House School, South Australian Government Schools, NSW TAFE and Government Schools; Billy Blue Schools, Aviation Australia, Study Group International, GEOS International Colleges Oceania; Milton College; Australian International College of English (AICOL);
Canada: GEOS International Colleges Oceania, Canadian International Academy Business and Technology (CIABT)
UK: Bromsgrove School, Berlitz,SGI, GEOS, Eurocentres, Wimbledon School of English,

 Saint Michael’s College, Farringtons School, Netherwood School, TASIS

Ireland: GEOS, National College of Ireland
France: The School Rosh
Malta: GEOS
Czech Republic: Charles University in Prague Institute for language and preparatory studies; Global-Study (university preparation), University of Northern Virginia-Prague,  University of New York in Prague, CZ Lingua Language School,
Germany: did deutsch-institute (German in Germany); Humboldt-Institute;
New Zealand: The University of Auckland; Victoria University of Wellington, Calumba College, Academic Colleges Group International, The New Zealand School of Travel and Tourism, Languages International, GEOS International Colleges Oceania
USA: Study Group International includingEmbassy CES (New York, Boston, San-Francisco, San – Diego), GEOS International Colleges Oceania
The number of students Global-Link recruits annually for the institutions abroad. 
Total a year – about 150 -200
English language courses
Foundation courses
Taught Masters
Postgraduate Research
Other (high schools)


1.         Counselling services on international education systems, entrance requirements, language exams, choice of programmes, facilities, accommodation
2.         Assistance with a student visa application and visa requirements.
3.         Pre- departure briefing meetings for students.
4.         Travel arrangements.
5.         Assistance for students at the beginning of their studies
1           Advertisements in the local media and Internet
2           Interviews with students
3           Presentations and seminars
4           Visits to local institutions for visiting staff (if required)
5           Marketing reports / updates on the market
6           Interpreting services
7           Fairs
List of educational exhibitions “Global-Link” participates in 2008-2009
1.          September 2008          –          Economics and Business Education in Russia and Abroad”
2.           September 2008         –          Education and Job Abroad”
3.            October 2008             –          Education for Top-Managers. Executive MBA”
4.            October 2008              –         International Education”
5.            November 2008         –          The best private schools for your child”
6.            November 2008         –          Education & Career Century XXI”
7.            February 2009           –          International Education Fair”
8.            March 2009               –          Education & Career Century XXI”
9.             April 2009                 –          The best private schools for your child”
Internet project from October 2008 – September 2009
Education Magazine’s publication s – November 2008, March 2009


Consider the following facts:

Russia represents a growing market for Australian agricultural products, including meat (beef, lamb, mutton, and kangaroo), livestock, dairy products and skins and hides.
Russian agribusiness has expressed interest in Australia’s advanced technologies for tracing livestock and improving herd output. Wine consumption in Russia is growing strongly, with Australian exports in 2006 up 40 percent on the year prior.
Opportunities in education services as over 20,000 Russian students study abroad every year.
Russia Fact File: Total Australian merchandise exports to Russia in 2009 were valued at $ 585 million (including meat, electrical circuits equipment, raw hides and skins, and live animals), imports $ 358 million (crude petroleum, fertilisers, electrical machinery, tools).



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