'The Right Door' campaign underscores the crucial need for students to choose the perfect study-abroad partner, enabling them to make well-informed decisions
UniScholars unveiled its brand campaign, titled 'The Right Door,' featuring Suryakumar Yadav as the brand ambassador. This strategic choice aligns with the campaign's core message, emphasising UniScholars' commitment to supporting students throughout their study-abroad journey across its three comprehensive verticals.
Sharing his views, Abhishek Sharma, CMO at UniScholars said, “We are thrilled to introduce our first brand campaign featuring Suryakumar Yadav as our esteemed brand ambassador. The path of studying abroad can come with uncertainties. Through this campaign, we aspire to commit our unwavering support at every point of this remarkable journey, ensuring that students feel secure and well-guided. Surya Kumar's outstanding accomplishments and unparalleled work ethic align seamlessly with the core values we hold dear at UniScholars. We are glad to be associated with him”.
‘The Right Door’ aims to inspire the crucial need for providing students with clarity and confidence in an increasingly unsteady global educational landscape with plenty of options. The campaign highlights the critical importance of identifying the ideal study-abroad partner to empower students in making informed decisions.
Brand Ambassador Suryakumar Yadav said, “I am pleased to be associated with Unischolars. Education is a great equaliser and plays a very vital role in a person’s overall growth as an individual. I believe it is imperative that everyone gets the best possible opportunity to pursue an educational programme of their choice. It is great to see Unischolars helping out aspiring students who wish to study abroad and work towards their dream”
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