I have always wanted to experience how it feels to study abroad. It’s whole new level of being independent. As a a strong and independent woman, this thought excites me. But studying abroad can’t be rushed. It takes a crucial decision and intensive preparation. You have to be ready financially and even emotionally. You have to weigh your options very well. With EU Higher Education Fair, you now have a chance to choose what’s best and what fits you if you are considering to study abroad.
Students, faculty, academicians and those who are looking at undertaking post-graduate studies abroad will have a chance to know more about schools in the member-states of the European Union at the European Higher Education Fair Philippines set on November 10, 2016 at the Fairmont Hotel in Makati and November 11, 2016 at Cebu Normal University.
The EU Higher Education Fair is organized by the European Commission in the Philippines and the EU Delegation in the Philippines, in cooperation with the Commission on Higher Educations, EHEF 2016 will feature topnotch schools and universities from EU countries, as well as their different post-graduate programs and specific requirements to orient aspiring students.
“Having studied abroad, it changed the way of how I view myself and education itself. There are so many things to learn and so many ways to do it. I, as a person, learned to be independent, living abroad and being responsible for myself I realized my capabilities. I recognized my strengths and the things I considered as my weaknesses before, now I view as the things I should improve on,” says Juan Roberto Regino, a graduate of Masters in Business Administration at the Universidad Catolica San Antonio de Murcia (UCAM) and a fellow Thomasian (University of Sto. Tomas).
Admission to EHED is free. Students, faculty, and academicians are invited to register early at http://ehef-philippines.com/en-registration or visit www.ehef-philippines.com. You may also visit the EHEF Philippines Page on Facebook.