KBA provides high quality, professional advice and service to clients wishing to access both Education and Migration Services. We have a team of skilled, experienced, registered migration agents and education consultants from a variety of professional backgrounds. From initial assessments to the processing and lodgement of applications, our staff will ensure a smooth process and desirable outcome. From our head office in Darwin Australia we service clients across Australia and the globe. We have local offices in Kathmandu and Chitwan Nepal and Perth Australia. We are in the process of opening new branches in Sydney Australia and Johannesburg South Africa.
At KBA we remain consistently focused on our core values in delivering valuable educational advice and prompt migration solutions. We focus on superior customer service, addressing individual client’s needs with a unique blend of technical, professional and multi-lingual skills.
We observe the highest level of ethics in migration practice as prescribed by the Migration Agents Code of Conduct, and are recognised internationally for our influential seminars on Australian education and career counselling. Peace of mind for clients comes from being able to leave their migration and education needs in the hands of the trusted professional team at KBA.
KBA was established in July 2012. Starting from a home office we have successfully completed various stages and in June 2013 KBA opened a new office and started recruiting our first international students. The new office is richly decorated with modern fittings and has a beautiful interior. The office has space for five employees and is equipped with latest technological gadgets. This ensures quality service to clients at all times.
In August 2013 KBA successfully opened its Kathmandu office in Nepal. In September 2013 KBA organised its very first information seminar at Hotel Everest Kathmandu Nepal focusing on the education system in Australia and highlighting the benefits on studying, working and living in Australia. A main focus has been on promoting regional Australian universities. The seminar was very successful with over 150 participants.