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World education fair slated for October

Students in the Philippines looking to further their education overseas have a chance to meet with representatives from the world’s leading universities during the Study World Education Fair on Oct. 5.

World education fair slated for October
Participants meet with representatives from international schools.
The one-day event happening at Makati Shangri-La aims to empower students with the information they need to pursue an education abroad. 

Partner universities include Glasgow Caledonian University (United Kingdom), Manchester (UK), Marshal University (United States of America), Newcastle University (UK), Oregon State University (USA), Queen’s University of Belfast (UK), Istituto Marangoni (United Kingdom), International College Glasgow (UK), International College Liverpool (UK), University of Nottingham (UK), University of York (UK).

Leeds Beckett University (UK), University of Leeds (UK), S P Jain Global School of Global Management (Australia), SIM Global Education (Singapore), Canadore College (Canada), De Montfort University (UK), Goldsmiths University of London (UK), HULT Business School (USA, UK), Mander Portman Woodward – MPW (UK), Oncampus UK, University of Portsmouth (UK), University of St. Andrews (UK), University of Strathclyde (UK), and Shorelight Education (USA), among others. 

UKEAS, the organizer of the event, said some of the top benefits one can enjoy from studying abroad is access to courses not offered in the Philippines while seeing and immersing in new cultures. 

“This is a chance to develop new connections for future networking, explore new interests, improve your career prospects on a global stage, and experience independent living.”

World education fair slated for October
The Study World Education Fair aims to empower students with the information they need to pursue an education abroad. 
Go to www.ukeas.ph to register.

Topics: Study World Education Fair , education , Glasgow Caledonian University

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