A huge education fair is coming to the UAE

The Study Abroad Roadshow will take place in Abu Dhabi and Dubai

A huge education fair is coming to the UAE

If you are considering a higher education outside of the UAE, the Study Abroad Roadshow might be worth a visit.

The two-day education fair will be held in Dubai on Friday February 28 and in Abu Dhabi on Saturday February 29.

Billed as the largest education fair in the country, and run by IDP Education, the weekend-long event will take place at JW Marriot Marquis in Dubai and at InterContinental Hotel Abu Dhabi between 3pm and 9pm on both days.

The fair will host over 90 universities from countries such as Canada, UK, USA, Australia, New Zealand and Ireland in a bid to help students explore a range of universities and courses on offer abroad.

Top-rated universities that will be represented at the roadshow will include Manchester University and Warwick University from the UK along with Columbia University and University of Alberta from Canada, Monash University and University of Melbourne from Australia, University of Auckland and University of Waikato from New Zealand, Arizona State University and University of Utah from the USA, plus Trinity College and University College Dublin from Ireland.

Additionally, the IDP Study Abroad Expo will also be conducting several seminars such as an IELTS Masterclass and Destination Seminars focusing on things to know about each destination as a student.

These seminars are designed to help students learn how to make the most out of studying abroad whilst enjoying their journey.
Free. Fri Feb 28 3pm-9pm. JW Marriot Marquis, Dubai; Sat Feb 29 3pm-9pm. InterContinental Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, www.idp.com/uae.

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