Feb
22
2017

NEW for Spring 2017 – Graduate School Fair – Vancouver March 1st

We are excited to launch our first Graduate School Fair on campus at UBC (The Nest, University Blvd) on Wednesday, March 1st. If you’re currently studying for an undergrad degree and wondering what to do next – make sure you make it down to this event.  Top grad schools, professional schools and universities from Canada and around the world will be at the event to tell you more about their programs.  If you’re working and looking to retrain or get some more education, then this event is also for you.

The expo is open from 11am to 3pm, but free seminars are held throughout the day starting at 10am with the Feature Seminar on Scholarships.  Learn about scholarships which are available online, and also specific scholarships to study in New Zealand.  Here’s the seminar schedule:

10am     The Search for Scholarships and Studying in New Zealand

 

11am     Earn a Postgrad Degree in the UK!

 

12pm     UK Law School Advantage

 

1pm       The Legal Advantage: Specialise in Law and go Further at the University of Southampton, UK.

2pm       Learn to Navigate Graduate Admissions

 

Check the website to see which universities and grad schools will be there, and pre-register online to save time on the day!  All visitors to the fair will be entered into the Grand Prize Draw for your chance to win a free flight anywhere in the world on Air Canada.

 

 

About the Author: Katie Idle

About our business, Study and Go Abroad is the 'go to' site for Canadians looking to study abroad, travel, intern or volunteer. We organize fairs twice a year in various cities in Canada, and I'd recommend getting down to one of them to check out all the exciting options. As for me, I'm a business woman and a travel junkie! I have always had a passion for travel and for experiencing new cultures. Brought up in England, I traveled Europe in my teens and early 20s. I have lived and worked on 3 continents; Europe, Africa and North America. I have traveled extensively worldwide both for work and for fun - and still can't believe how much of the world there is still to see!

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