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The cross-Canada Spring Study and Go Abroad Fair circuit, which will include Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver, offers students another great opportunity to meet face-to-face with representatives from top-ranked universities from around the world, as well as student travel organizations offering volunteering, internships, language travel and work abroad. Located right in the core of downtown in each city, the expos are open to the public and admission is free of charge.

Exhibiting institutions from many different countries, including Australia, UK, USA, Switzerland, the Caribbean, Denmark, Hungary, Czechia, Spain, France, Austria, Germany and Switzerland, many of which rank in the Top 100 universities worldwide, will be showcasing undergraduate and postgraduate level programs in a range of different fields including Medicine, Law, Pharmacy, Hotel Management, Business, Technology, Science, Engineering and Performing Arts. Visitors to the fair can learn about admission requirements, destinations, program options and available scholarships. Students are recommended to visit the Travel Zone for gap year and experiential travel options.

One of the most important student events of the year, the fair welcomes students seeking post-secondary options, young professionals looking to retrain, parents and educators.

Exhibitor profiles, scholarship information and seminar schedules for the STUDY AND GO ABROAD FAIR can be found online at www.studyandgoabroad.com, along with details of our Grand Prize Draw.

Additional notes:
Study and Go Abroad Fairs are Canada’s largest international university Fairs. Exhibitors from around the world meet with students and adults who are researching their options for post-secondary studies overseas, as well as opportunities for volunteering, language travel, internships and work abroad programs.

LOCATIONS AND TIMES:
Montreal: Le Palais des Congrès de Montréal, February 29: 1pm – 5pm
Toronto: Metro Toronto Convention Centre, March 1: 1pm – 5pm
Vancouver: Vancouver Convention Centre, March 3: 2pm – 6pm

Feature seminars start one hour before the expo opens.

CONTACT:
Katie Idle, Director of Sales and Marketing
Study and Go Abroad Fairs
katie@studyandgoabroad.com
Website: www.studyandgoabroad.com
Tel: 778 998 3587

 

Thirty-five universities from England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales will join universities from all over the world at the Study and Go Abroad Fairs this Spring to meet with Canadian students who are looking for their next step in education.

According to the Higher Education Statistics Agency, almost 8000 Canadians were studying in the UK in 2017/2018, 3245 of whom were studying at postgraduate level, and 4615 at undergraduate level. These numbers have steadily increased over the last few years.

Many students do not consider studying in the UK because they believe it’s too expensive; however there are many scholarships out there that can cover part or all expenses associated with studying in the UK, especially for postgraduate studies. The Education UK website (study-uk.britishcouncil.org/) is a great resource to explore all funding options available.  As well, there are also many other international organizations, specific UK universities and colleges, as well as other voluntary and charitable organizations that offer funding for study abroad that are worth exploring if cost is a concern.

Studying in the UK is better than ever for graduate job prospects, as the UK government has recently announced a new graduate immigration route which allows students to stay and work in the UK at any skill level for two years after graduation from the summer of 2021

Exhibitors at the Study and Go Abroad Fair, many of which rank in the Top 100 universities worldwide, will be showcasing programs in Medicine, Law, Pharmacy, Hotel Management, Business, Technology, Economics, Design, Engineering, and Performing Arts and many other fields.

Exhibitor profiles, scholarship information and seminar schedules for the STUDY AND GO ABROAD FAIR can be found online at www.studyandgoabroad.com. Visitors who pre-register online or register on the day of the event will be entered into the Grand Prize Draw for a chance to win a free flight to anywhere in the world, sponsored by Air Canada.

Additional notes:
Study and Go Abroad Fairs, organized by Recruit in Canada, are Canada’s largest international university and student travel expos. Exhibitors from around the world meet with students and adults who are researching their options for post-secondary studies overseas, as well as opportunities for volunteering, learning a language or travelling abroad.

LOCATIONS AND TIMES:
Montreal:
 Le Palais des Congrès de Montréal, February 29: 1pm – 5pm
Toronto: Metro Toronto Convention Centre, March 1: 1pm – 5pm
Vancouver: Vancouver Convention Centre, March 3: 2pm – 6pm

Feature seminars start one hour before the expo opens.

CONTACT:
Katie Idle, Director of Sales and Marketing
Study and Go Abroad Fairs
katie@recruitincanada.com
Website: www.studyandgoabroad.com
Tel: 778 998 3587

 

Universities, graduate schools and professional schools from around the world, many of them ranked in the world’s Top 100, will participate in the Study and Go Abroad Fair on Saturday, February 29th at the Palais des Congrès de Montréal, to meet with students who are looking to take an undergraduate or postgraduate degree or certificate program abroad.

“The Study and Go Abroad Fairs are exciting events as they showcase a whole range of short-term and long-term study opportunities in many different fields and countries; Australia, UK, USA, Hungary, Italy, Spain, France, Germany, Switzerland to name a few”, says Katie Idle, organizer of the event.  “At the expos, we welcome students looking for post-secondary options, and their parents, educators and young professionals looking to retrain”.

Idle mentions that the Study and Go Abroad expo also features a Travel Zone, with gap year and other student travel options; work abroad, internships, language travel, as well as free seminars during the day.

“Studying abroad is an investment in the future, looks great on a resume and is a differentiator in an increasingly competitive labour market. As well, universities abroad sometimes offer shorter programs – three-year undergraduate degrees and one-year Master’s – greater program choice and more availability in fields such as Medicine, Law and Pharmacy”, Idle adds.

“The best thing about the expos is that they are totally free of charge. Information on exhibitors, scholarships and seminars can be found on the website www.studyandgoabroad.com.”

Additional notes:
Study and Go Abroad Fairs are Canada’s largest international university fairs, aimed at students and adults who are researching their options for post-secondary studies overseas, as well as opportunities for volunteering, language travel, internships and work abroad programs.

LOCATIONS AND TIMES:
Montreal: Palais des Congrès de Montréal, February 29th. Expo hours 1-5pm, First Seminar at 12 noon

CONTACT:
Katie Idle, Director of Sales and Marketing
Study and Go Abroad Fairs
katie@recruitincanada.com
Website: www.studyandgoabroad.com
Tel: 778 998 3587

 

Universities, graduate schools and professional schools from around the world, many of them ranked in the world’s Top 100, will participate in the Study and Go Abroad Fair on Sunday, March 1st at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, North Building, to meet with students who are looking to take an undergraduate or postgraduate degree or certificate program abroad.

“The Study and Go Abroad Fairs are exciting events as they showcase a whole range of short-term and long-term study opportunities in many different fields and countries; Australia, UK, USA, Caribbean, Hungary, Italy, Denmark to name a few”, says Katie Idle, organizer of the event.  “At the expos, we welcome students looking for post-secondary options, and their parents, educators and young professionals looking to retrain”.

Idle mentions that the Study and Go Abroad expo also features a Travel Zone, with gap year and other student travel options; work abroad, volunteering, language travel, as well as free seminars during the day.

“Studying abroad is an investment in the future, looks great on a resume and is a differentiator in an increasingly competitive labour market. As well, universities abroad sometimes offer shorter programs – three-year undergraduate degrees and one-year Master’s – greater program choice and more availability in fields such as Medicine, Law and Pharmacy”, Idle adds.

“The best thing about the expos is that they are totally free of charge. Information on exhibitors, scholarships and seminars can be found on the website www.studyandgoabroad.com.”

Additional notes:
Study and Go Abroad Fairs are Canada’s largest international university fairs, aimed at students and adults who are researching their options for post-secondary studies overseas, as well as opportunities for volunteering, language travel, internships and work abroad programs.

LOCATIONS AND TIMES:
Toronto: Metro Toronto Convention Centre, March 1: Expo hours 1-5pm, First Seminar at 12 noon

CONTACT:
Katie Idle, Director of Sales and Marketing
Study and Go Abroad Fairs
katie@recruitincanada.com
Website: www.studyandgoabroad.com
Tel: 778 998 3587

 

Universities, graduate schools and professional schools from around the world, many of them ranked in the world’s Top 100, will participate in the Study and Go Abroad Fair on Tuesday, March 3rd at the Vancouver Convention Centre, East Building, to meet with students who are looking to take an undergraduate or postgraduate degree or certificate program abroad.

“The Study and Go Abroad Fairs are exciting events as they showcase a whole range of short-term and long-term study opportunities in many different fields and countries; Australia, UK, USA, Caribbean, Austria, Spain, Japan, France, Switzerland to name a few”, says Katie Idle, organizer of the event.  “At the expos, we welcome students looking for post-secondary options, and their parents, educators and young professionals looking to retrain”.

Idle mentions that the Study and Go Abroad expo also features a Travel Zone, with gap year and other student travel options; work abroad, volunteering, language travel, as well as free seminars during the day.

“Studying abroad is an investment in the future, looks great on a resume and is a differentiator in an increasingly competitive labour market. As well, universities abroad sometimes offer shorter programs – three-year undergraduate degrees and one-year Master’s – greater program choice and more availability in fields such as Medicine, Law and Pharmacy”, Idle adds.

“The best thing about the expos is that they are totally free of charge. Information on exhibitors, scholarships and seminars can be found on the website www.studyandgoabroad.com.”

Additional notes:
Study and Go Abroad Fairs are Canada’s largest international university fairs, aimed at students and adults who are researching their options for post-secondary studies overseas, as well as opportunities for volunteering, language travel, internships and work abroad programs.

LOCATIONS AND TIMES:
Vancouver: Vancouver Convention Centre (East Building): March 3rd: Expo hours 2-6pm, First Seminar at 1pm.

CONTACT:
Katie Idle, Director of Sales and Marketing
Study and Go Abroad Fairs
katie@recruitincanada.com
Website: www.studyandgoabroad.com
Tel: 778 998 3587

 

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