The world’s leading universities are coming to an educational roadshow in the UAE

The education fair by IDP Education is taking place in Dubai and Abu Dhabi

The world’s leading universities are coming to an educational roadshow in the UAE

The locally-based education provider, IDP Education, is hosting the world’s top universities at a two day event in the UAE.

The first event takes place in Dubai on Friday September 27 at Le Méridien Dubai Hotel and Conference Centre, while the second one takes place in the capital at InterContinental Hotel Abu Dhabi on Saturday September 28.

Representatives from over 110 higher education institutions from countries including the UK, Canada, America, Ireland and New Zealand, are in the Emirates to offer guidance and support to help students determine what they want to do and where they want to go once they complete secondary school.

Pupils going along to the Study Abroad Expo with their parents can speak to the experts to find out about the kinds of degree courses that they have open to them once they have completed their A-Level or International Baccalaureate examinations.

Universities represented at the fair include Cardiff University and Durham University from the UK, Columbia University and University of Alberta from Canada, Monash University and RMIT University from Australia, University of Auckland and University of Waikato from New Zealand, Arizona State University and University of Utah from USA, and Trinity College from Ireland.
Free. 3pm-9pm Fri Sep 27 at Le Meridien Dubai Hotel and Conference Centre, Dubai. 3pm-9pm Sat Sep 28 at InterContinental Hotel Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi,

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