Study in France Virtual Fair from November 6th to 15th

November 6, 2017 / November 15, 2017

Campus France Estonia hosts in collaboration with 13 other Campus France offices in Europe the Study in France Virtual education fair from November 6th to 15th. The online education exhibition will be promoting 40 French higher education institutions and programs to prospective students and academics from Europe.

The fair will be conducted entirely online, students will be able to access information on courses available in various subjects, tuition fees, living arrangements and costs, life in France, scholarships, post-study prospects  and program chairs from 40 higher education institutions participating in this event, review information about specific degree programs, get information on funding and scholarship opportunities and on student life in France.

A series of Facebook Lives will be arranged as part of the Virtual Fair from 6 to 15 November. Attendees will be able to interact directly with admissions officers and program chairs from French higher education institutions participating in this event as well as with Campus France officers in their home country.

The event will take place on the facebook event Study in France Virtual Fair. You can also check the event calendar to make sure you don’t miss anything. Don’t forget to follow Campus France Estonie on facebook for updates on the event !

 

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