There are almost 4 million students worldwide that are studying abroad right now - and this number increases every single year. The rising interest in studying abroad comes with good reason, it’s an incredible way to broaden your horizons all while still setting yourself up for success when you come home, wherever that may be.
Fortunately, studying abroad is easier and more affordable than ever.
The Study and Go Abroad Fair will land in Vancouver on Tuesday, March 3rd at the Vancouver Convention Centre. The event will play host to top-ranking university and college recruiters from the US, UK, Australia, Japan, Spain, Switzerland and more, helping you discover all the study-abroad options available to you.
The truth is, in today’s competitive work environment, you need to stand out and experience abroad is a fantastic way to do it. A recent survey by the Canadian Bureau for International Education found that 90 per cent of students who studied abroad said that their programs had positively contributed to their career achievements.
One thing Study and Go Abroad Fair attendees will learn is that studying abroad doesn’t have to break the bank, particularly if you choose to do your whole degree in another country. You can apply to either a free or very affordable English-language degree program in Germany and some Nordic countries, like Norway and Finland. France also offers education to everyone for a nominal fee of just a few hundred dollars! Also, some countries (like England) offer three-year Bachelor degrees, and one-year Master’s programs/MBAs - so you pay for one year less of tuition/accommodation. Another bonus is that you can enter programs in Law and Medicine directly from high school, so you graduate earlier.
Ultimately, the Study and Go Abroad Fair is a great opportunity to meet with top universities, grad schools and professional schools from around the world and learn about all the undergraduate and postgraduate programs available to you. There will also be several vocational, work experience and Gap Year programs provided onsite, plus a Travel Zone dedicated to those interested in working abroad, volunteering and language travel.
So, where do you want to go?
The Study and Go Abroad Fair
When: Tuesday, March 3, 2020, from 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Where: East Ballroom at the Vancouver Convention Centre (999 Canada Place)
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