Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway will along with other European nations present how Singaporean students can study in the Nordic countries at the annual Study In Europe education fair to be held in Singapore on Saturday, Sept 30, 2017.
The Swedish Embassy will among others represent Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm University, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Uppsala University and other leading Swedish universities at the fair.
As part of the Danish promotion, a Singaporean student will make a presentation about how it is to live and study in Denmark at the Study in Europe 2017, and there will be several people by the stand ready to talk with potential students about the different institutions, universities and educations in Denmark, says Charlotte Warsberg of the Commercial Department of the Danish Embassy.
This fair seeks to connect students, researchers and academics in Singapore with universities in Europe. It provides them with all the information they need about institutions they might be interested in studying at, the application process and details of several bond-free scholarships.
Organised by the European Union (EU) Delegation to Singapore, the popular Study In Europe fair highlights the many programmes offered across universities in Europe.
What: Study In Europe 2017
When: Saturday, September 30. 10am to 5pm.
Where: Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre
Suntec City Concourse Level 3, 1 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039593
MRT: Promenade/City Hall
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For more information on the programme, its aims and range of course options, visit:
More on EU Study programmes
Study In Europe is an annual fair organised by the EU Delegation in Singapore. The fair helps students in Singapore find higher education study, scholarship and research options and opportunities in Europe.
Erasmus+ is the European Union’s programme for education, training, youth and sport. Between 2014 and 2020, it will provide opportunities for four million people to study, train and gain life experience abroad.
Erasmus+ replaces a number of older programmes, including an international exchange programme called Erasmus Mundus.
See the Erasmus+ web portal’s Resources section for information about linguistic support, how to manage proposals and where to find documents for the application process.