Tuesday, October 27, 2015

EU opens doors for Pinoys eyeing post-graduate degrees

The European Union is set to hold in November its annual education fair in a bid to provide more opportunities for Filipinos who wish to pursue higher studies in European universities.

The one-day fair, set on November 7, will feature more than 20 universities and colleges from Belgium, Denmark, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.

Formally known as the European Higher Education Fair (EHEF), this year's fair will have the theme “Quality. Mobility. Innovation.”  

In its fourth year, participating educational institutions at the EHEF are eyeing the inclusion of mobility opportunities across the EU and a better platform for dialogue to further strengthen partnership between the European Union and the Philippines.

EHEF Philippines 2015 also includes lectures on the European educational system and way of life to prepare applicants who aspire to enroll in any of the participating educational institutions.

"By enrolling in a European-based educational program that offers diversified and high quality program, Filipinos can further establish themselves to be among the most qualified individuals in the global arena," the EU said in a statement.

The EU Delegation to the Philippines states that European Union is the leading higher education destination for individuals looking to pursue their Master's and Ph D degrees as a means to further their career in whatever industry they are involved in.

The November 7 fair will be from 12:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Dusit Thani Manila. Admission is free.

Further information and pre-registration, interested parties are encouraged to log on to http://www.EHEFPhilippines.org—KBK, GMA News

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