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Education fair bigger than ever

The press conference before the event

The Cyprus International Education and Career Exhibition 2019 opens its doors for the fifth consecutive year on Friday, February 15, giving the opportunity to students and others to learn all about studying in Cyprus and abroad.
“More than 150 universities and educational institutions from Cyprus, Greece, UK, United States, Sweden, Germany, Italy, France, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Czech Republic, The Netherlands, Slovakia and Ireland will be there to provide information regarding the programmes of study, the career opportunities and the funding opportunities,” said Marios Tsiakkis, secretary-general of the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
“This year, companies and organisations that offer job-finding services are also involved, which we consider to be particularly important for our students.”
This year there are more choices compared to previous exhibitions, George Petrou, head of the Cyprus Employers and Industrialists Federation explained, adding that the number of exhibitors exceeds all previous international education fairs.
The education ministry, the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Cyprus Employers and Industrials Federation and the European Office of Cyprus in cooperation with the British Council Cyprus are organising the Cyprus International Education and Career Exhibition 2019 from February 15 to 17 at the Cyprus International fair grounds, kiosk 6.
The list of exhibitors can be found here
Opening hours: February 15 8.30am-1.30pm and 4pm-8pm, February 16 2pm-8pm, February 17 2pm-8pm
For more details, please contact 22-894278 or visit our official website www.edufair-cyprus.eu
Entrance is free

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