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Europe Study and Research fair this weekBy
Published : April 24, 2011 - 18:59
To help with the search, 15 European countries are promoting the annual Study and Research higher education fair.
With links between the European Union and Korea growing by the day, the needs of professionals with European connections and expertise are increasing, and as a result, the students’ interest to advance their studies in Europe is growing rapidly.
In response to the current trend, a one day seminar on April 28 at Korea University’s Inchon Memorial Hall, has been designed for students and professionals interested in studying in Europe.
This fair offers insight into study and research opportunities in several European countries, including in-depth details on study programs, education exhibition country presentations and various cultural events as well as information on internship opportunities.
For more information visit www.study-in-europe.kr.
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