The European Higher Education Fair, one of the biggest education fairs in the country, returns on 1-2 October to again give Filipinos everywhere the EUnique opportunity to connect with dozens of institutions in the EU.
Who can join? What can participants expect? What programmes are available? See the Frequently Asked Questions below.
The Fair is open to Filipinos interested in pursuing higher education in the EU. And it doesn’t matter where you are in the Philippines. The Fair is virtual, so whether you’re in Aparri or Jolo, you can join so long as you have an internet connection. Even your Pinoy friends who are currently abroad can join. The more, the merrier, especially when you eventually get to study in the EU together.
Participants are highly encouraged to maximize their time in the fair by exploring as much as they can. There are loads of information to take in and activities to attend that will be very helpful to start the journey to Go Higher with EU. That goes for all participants, those who already have a particular field of study or EU member state in mind as well as those who haven’t quite settled on something yet. The Fair happens only once a year, so it’s best to take full advantage of this EUnique opportunity.
A lot. Dozens of higher education institutions from across the EU are participating this year and they have packed the 2-day Fair with activities. Participants can expect to be fully loaded and raring to Go Higher with EU after the event.
- Webinars on research programs, mobility opportunities, and postgraduate degrees
- Country presentations from participating EU member states
- Live chats with representatives, alumni, and scholars from participating institutions
- Virtual meeting rooms for Philippine institutions and their EU counterparts.
Learning in the EU knows no age, so there’s no limit to joining the Fair. It’s open to all Filipinos who have finished an undergraduate course, whether here or abroad, and are intending to take higher education.
Astrophysics, Biotechnology, Business, Chemical Engineering, Football management, Geography, Green energy management, History, Information Technology, International Relations, Languages, Law, Literature, Medicine, Sociology, Teaching, Tourism, Zoology, and much more.
You can also avail of study programmes with a ‘modular’ structure that allows you to build a personalised programme by choosing several different modules or units of study each year. For example, if you are studying Fashion, you might choose one module on Fashion Marketing, one module on Textile Design, and one module on Ethical Textile Production.