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Updated: April 30, 2013 00:26 IST

5th The Hindu Education Plus international fair on May 4, 5

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The Hindu Education Plus International Education Fair-2013 year will be held on Saturday and Sunday (May 4 and 5) at Hotel Taj Vivanta in Begumpet from 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.

The fifth edition of the fair will provide complete solution to education abroad and bring together the education providers and students on one platform.


Along with different institutions, many consultants will also offer their services during the fair to help students with various formalities. This year, universities from Canada, United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Singapore, Holland, Dubai, Germany, New Zealand, Malaysia, Australia, Russia, Italy, Latvia and other European countries are participating in the event.

Students can interact with representatives of these international institutions to sort out any issues relating to studying abroad. The University representatives will counsel students at the venue. There will be seminar sessions on destination specific opportunities and on visa formalities.

Both students and parents can attend the event and registrations will be done at the venue. SBI is the presenting sponsor for the event and entry is free.

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Please,someone give a list of universities coming to the fair from Germany.Also,will the same universities show up on both days or will it be different on each day?

from:  Akash
Posted on: May 2, 2013 at 23:29 IST

Could you please provide us with a list of universities that are going
to come for the fair?

from:  Vivek Shah
Posted on: Apr 30, 2013 at 23:22 IST
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