11-13-2014, 09:21 PM
School for several months I do not know what to do next, except that you want to study abroad? Interested in training in Europe, but I do not know, especially about how to get there?
If these questions crossed your mind, then Mark November 30 on your calendar as the European Union to bring the value of all the representatives of nearly 100 world-renowned universities from 23 countries in the city for the "Education Fair".
"There will be stalls with representatives of each university and students can communicate with them. There will also be discussions covering a wide range of issues as "life as a student" career opportunities, financial information, as well as why the student should consider Europe as a study destination, "said João Cravinho, Ambassador of the European Union.
He added that the specific discussion that students will use will be at the "stash", where people who have returned after studying in Europe will talk about their experiences.
Dr. Cravinho listed reasons why a student should consider Europe as a study destination.
"The world is becoming more global. Attaches great importance to knowledge of other parts of the world. Universities that we are bringing to the trade fair institutions are of high quality. Six of them are in Top 100 times the world, and 23 are ranked in the top 400. Overall, there were 203 of the top 500 European universities in the ranking of Shanghai, "he said.
He added that a common obstacle cited in the Indian students to study in Europe was the language, but he said that the situation has changed with regard to teaching and learning.
Money matters can also be a turning point in favor of Europe over America. "We have a few scholarships that are offered by universities and state and the Erasmus Mundus scholarship program, which is offered in the EU. More than 3,400 Indian students received generous scholarships to study in various EU Member States in the framework of the program of scholarships Erasmus Mundus ».
Dr. Cravinho was also very clear that students are forced to close their career options, and that although there are opportunities in Europe, there are great options here in India too. He was very particular that the students do not view education as a ticket. In any case, he said, students will use the vast experience of studying abroad.
EU officials warned: "applications for each university are free. Students should not mislead the agents. None of the universities use them. Students think it is difficult to apply, and thus pass through them, but it should not be done. "
More information about the exhibition is available on eeas.europa.eu/delegations/india. Admission is free, but it is mandatory to register online or on site. The organizers have advised students to first see their website, a little research and visit booths at the exchange rate and the country they might be interested in the optimal use of day.