VANCOUVER, Feb. 22, 2012 /CNW/ - The cross-Canada Spring Study and Go Abroad Fair circuit, which will include Vancouver on March 1st, Montreal on March 3rd and Toronto on March 4th, offers Canadian students another great opportunity to meet face-to-face with representatives from top-ranked universities from around the world, as well as student travel organizations offering volunteering, internships, adventure travel and work abroad. Conveniently located in the convention centres in each city, the expos are open to the public and admission is free of charge.
The trend towards studying abroad continues in an upwards spiral as Generation Y students realize the need to differentiate themselves from their peers in an increasingly competitive job market.
Exhibiting institutions, some of which rank in the Top 100 universities worldwide, will be showcasing programs in Medicine and Chiropractic Studies, Law, Pharmacy, Hotel Management, Business, Technology, Science, Public Health, and Culinary and Liberal Arts and many other fields.
Exhibitor profiles, scholarship information and seminar schedules for the STUDY AND GO ABROAD FAIR can be found online at www.studyandgoabroad.com, along with details of our Grand Prize Draw. Prizes include an Ipad 2, a volunteer trip to Latin America and an adventure travel trip to Africa.
Additional notes for media: Study and Go Abroad Fairs
Study and Go Abroad Fairs, organized by Recruit in Canada, are Canada's largest international university Fairs. Exhibitors from around the world meet with students and adults who are researching their options for post-secondary studies overseas, as well as opportunities for volunteering, learning a language or travelling abroad.
LOCATIONS AND TIMES:
Vancouver: Thursday, March 1st, Vancouver Convention Centre, from 3pm to 7pm. Guest seminar by Collegeboard/SAT begins at 2pm: How to apply for a top university in the USA and the SAT exam.
Montreal: Saturday, March 3rd, Montreal Convention Centre, from 1pm to 5pm. Guest seminar by Campus France begins at 12 noon: Choose France for your studies.
Toronto: Sunday, March 4th, Metro Toronto Convention Centre, from 1 to 5pm. Guest seminar by TalentEggspeaker, begins at 12 noon: How Studying abroad can change your life.
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