One of the dreams that many students harbour is that of going abroad for higher studies. And in this quest they leave no stone unturned – they research, lookup websites, get all the information they can from other students or senior who have studied at universities abroad or speak to counselors but that is no comparison to meeting institutions or their representatives personally and receive first hand information. For this reason, Edwise has organized a World Education Fair to give students across India an opportunity to meet with institutions around the world. Over 60+ institutions from 8 countries will be participating with select institutions in select cities who will be present at the fair to hand out on the spot offers, interactions and admissions.
Often students and parents are interested in receiving information on study abroad but don't know where to start. This fair introduces you through informative seminars about the various benefits and options of each country and give you information on how to apply to institutions, information for study loans and the visa procedure too.
With the multiple benefits offered by various countries, this event will help you to decide which institution and country is right for you.
The timing of the fair is ideal for those seeking to study either in May, July or Sep 2011.
Top Universities in UK – Bangor, Birmingahm City, Brighton, Brunel, Cardiff, Coventry, De Montfort, Durham, Heriot-Watt, King's College London, Lancaster, Liverpool John Moores, Loughborough, Manchester Metropolitan, Middlesex, Newcastle, Northumbria, Queen's University Belfast, Roehampton, School of Pharmacy, University of London, Sheffield Hallam, Swansea, Manchester, Nottingham, Aberdeen, Bristol, University of East London, Edinburgh, Essex, Exeter, Leeds, Reading, Southampton, Strathclyde, University of Wales Institute, Cardiff, Westminster, York USA – California State University East Bay, Hult International Business School,City University of Seattle,San Francisco State ,James Madison University,Long Island University,Manhattan College,Woodbury College, Marist College,New York, New York Film Academy, Oregon State University and University of South Florida Canada - Centennial College,Conestoga College, Thompson Rivers University Australia – Deakin, La Trobe, Newcastle, Wollongong,University of Western Sydney and also institutes from New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland and France will be attending.
Akshay Shankar attended the World Education Fair last year and is currently at MBA program at the Cardiff University in UK. He says “I was confused as to which country to study in and which program. I visited the fair, attended and identified what I was looking for. Thereafter Edwise helped me with completing the applications and the visa procedures. Looking back the 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.
Ideally students should visit their nearest Edwise Office this week to submit applications and take appointments to meet the international delegates at the fair. Prior Registration with Edwise is mandatory to attend this fair.
This is India's Leading World Education Fair and is being held in 11 cities from 3rd Feb to 23rd Feb 2011 across the country, giving people a chance to get a glimpse of what’s in store for them at the university or college they choose abroad
For more information you may visit our website: www.worldeducationfair.com
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