Studying in another country or at an international school or university is a wonderful experience that enriches student life, and helps young people obtain the best degrees and qualifications, and improve their ability to work in the market. The international experience helps students to engage in a new culture and different languages, and to get to know the local people and new students coming from all over the world. All these aspects play an important role in building confidence, academic and social background and future prospects.
The idea of leaving home to study abroad is a very difficult idea, especially for parents who refuse to allow their children to travel abroad. However, the benefits of international education outweigh the concerns of parents and students themselves. These include academic specializations, athletics, extra-curricular activities, meeting new friends and learning new cultures. These advantages make the idea of studying abroad a great and encouraging experience. For some children and teenagers, the idea of studying is a great idea for achieving independence and personal wish.
Study abroad is a new life experience. Therefore, searching for the right major or the right university to study is a difficult decision, and it requires extensive research and careful study.
At international education fairs in the UAE, students will be provided with all the tools necessary to take the first important step to achieving the goal of studying abroad.
Students, parents and executives who will attend the Dubai Expo on October 14 and 15, and Abu Dhabi on October 16 will have the opportunity to learn about the benefits of studying abroad whether in a high school, boarding school, university or a specific language program. During exhibition events, visitors can speak directly with principals, actors and teachers from more than 100 educational institutions from all over the world, and get satisfactory answers to any questions before making the decision to study abroad. Among the questions that you can find satisfactory answers include:
What is the appropriate specialization for the student?
How to correctly fill out the application?
How does the international qualification improve the career?
How to apply for a student visa?
How do you get the best housing options?
– What is the cost of studying abroad, and what are the financial options available?
What are the long-term benefits of studying abroad?
During the exhibition, visitors can attend seminars and discussions from Australia, France, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, and many others, covering various topics about studying abroad such as the education and culture system, visa process, types of specializations, housing options and cost of living. And most importantly, how to determine the best specialty in each country. Visitors will also have the opportunity to ask questions that may be on their mind.
Don’t miss the opportunity to meet and speak directly with representatives from the top 100 language schools, high schools, boarding schools and universities from more than 10 countries. The exhibition will include educational institutions from Canada, France, Jordan, India, Ireland, Singapore, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States of America, as well as the best local universities in the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council.
The Dubai exhibition also includes two separate pavilions. The first suite includes the top 15 international boarding schools for students who want to study a full year of high school abroad. The second pavilion includes the 21 best Indian universities.
Visitors to the Global Education Exhibition in the United Arab Emirates will receive information about thousands of study options, including information on:
– Bachelor’s specializations
– Postgraduate specializations
Masters and PhD
– High school
Entry to the exhibitions is free, and visitors are advised to register directly through the exhibition website www.globaleducationfairs.net, which also provides information about the participating institutions and panel discussions.
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