Tuesday 11 December 2012


Going abroad to study is an exciting experience yet you need to be as prepared as possible. It doesn’t matter how long you’re going to be away but a little planning goes a long way. There are several choices if one wishes to study abroad. The only thing to keep in mind is to make sure that whichever university you choose – whether it’s in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand or Singapore – it’s the right one for you. 

Wise decisions are the sturdy foundation stones on which bright futures are built. Opting for higher education abroad exemplifies such a decision. Edwise Overseas Educational Consultants understands that it is physically impossible for you to research each and every one of the colleges and universities that you have shortlisted. That’s precisely why we  have organized  the World Education Fair, to give you the opportunity to interact with delegates from over 60 internationally renowned universities and colleges spanning  the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Switzerland.

This fair not only introduces you through informative seminars about the various benefits and options of each country but also gives you information on how to apply to institutions, information for study loans and the visa procedure too.

The timing of the fair is ideal for those seeking to study either in  July or Sep 2011 or Jan 2012 for UG and PG courses abroad.

Colleges in UK – Anglia Ruskin,  Aberdeen , Bangor, Birmingahm City, Birbeck,Brighton, Brunel, Bristol, Cardiff, Chester, City of bristol College, Coventry, Derby, De Montfort, Essex, Exeter ,Glasgow, Glasgow Caledonian , Hertfordshire, Heriot-Watt, Kent, Lancaster, Liverpool , Loughborough, Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan, Middlesex, Newcastle, Nottingham , Nottingham Trent, Oxford Brookes, Portsmouth, Queens Margaret ,Queen's University Belfast, Reading, Roehampton, Sheffield Hallam, St. Andrews, Staffordshire,Stirling, Uni of East London,  Uni of Wales Institute- Cardiff, Westminster & many more... USA – Hult International Business School, Kent State, Long Island University, Manhattan College,Woodbury College,  Canada – Algonquin, Fanshawe,George Brown, Humber, Sheridian College, St. Clair Australia – Deakin, James Cook, Macquarie, Newcastle, Uni of Southern Queensland, Uni of Western Sydney and also institutes from New Zealand, Singapore and Switzerland  will be attending.

Vidya Gopal who attended the World Education Fair  and is currently pursuing a MA in Advertising & Marketing program at the Cardiff University, says “It was a "GREAT" experience. I met University delegates, attended seminars , got visa info and counselling. Edwise helped me with completing the applications and the visa procedures. Looking back the Edwise World Education Fair was a great starting point which made my whole process smooth.”

 A vast range of subjects is covered by these institutions namely Business & Management, Engineering & Technology, Bio Sciences, Pharmacy, Arcitecture, Law, Economics, Arts and Design...and many more.

Students can save upto Rs. 35,000/- on application and processing fees by attending the event.

Students who are interseted in interacting with University delegates should visit the nearest Edwise office to register for the event, submit their tentative applications and to secure appointments with the delegates. Prior Registration with Edwise is mandatory to attend this fair.

This event is considered as the Best of all World Education Fairs and is scheduled from the 7th of May '11 to 6th of June in 14 cities across India.

For more information you may visit our website: www.worldeducationfair.com
Sushil Sukhwani

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