‘Study & Research in Europe 2011’
Date: Thursday, April 28th 2011, 1 pm – 5:30 pm
15 European countries have joined forces to announce the 4th European Higher Education Fair: ”Study & Research in Europe 2011”. After three successful events at Seoul National University in 2008, at Yonsei University in 2009 and at Ewha Womans University in 2010, we would like to invite you for this 4th edition at Korea University.
15 participating European countries:
Czech Republic (Embassy)
Sponsored by: Korea University
Supported by: The Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Korea
About Study & Research in Europe 2011
With Korea-EU FTA coming into effect last Oct 2010, the needs of professionals with European connection and expertise in the companies are increasing. As a result, the students’ interest in study and research opportunities in Europe is growing rapidly.
This fair aims to offer insights into study and research opportunities in European countries, including study programmes as well as on scholarship opportunities.
More than 600 students and interested parties attended the 3rd “Study & Research in Europe 2010” and ended in great success. “Study & Research in Europe 2011” will also include presentation on European Higher Education System, country presentations by each participating country and information on job and internship opportunities. Also there will be individual booths hosted by all the participating countries ready for individual counselling.
Specially for this year, a logo design competition alongside quiz draws have been organised. Everyone can participate in logo design competition to win a round flight ticket to Europe sponsored by Lufthansa and other prizes including a free English course at the British Council.
For registration to the Fair and the competition event, please visit the website: www.study-in-europe.kr.
Why Study & Research in
· The Bologna Process was signed in 1999 aiming to create a European Higher Education Area with more compatibility, comparable quality control and recognition procedures. This resulted in an increase in international exchange of both students and researchers improving the quality of European higher education.
· Europe is a unique pool of cultural diversity and dy
· The high academic standards can be achieved with relatively low investment. Tuition fees and daily living costs are reasonable.
· There are thousands of higher education institutions in Europe to choose from offering a great variety of degree programmes both in languages of the host country and in English. In addition, there is a unique cooperation and mobility programmes offered to non- European students such as Erasmus Mundus.
Please visit our site: www.study-in-europe.kr
Press release enquiry: British Council 02-3702-0673
Seungeun Chang (Assistant Director Education)