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Government of Manitoba
International Education

L'Etudiant Study Abroad Fair

Date of Event: Feb 01 2014 - Feb 02 2014         Sub-Sectors: All

Venue: Parc des expositions - Paris - Porte-de-Versailles - Pavillon 2/2, place de la Porte-de-Versailles, Paris
Location: Paris
Country: France
Region: Europe
Status: confirmed
Contact: Julien Menut
Contact Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.letudiant.fr/etudes/salons/salon-des-etudes-et-des-carrieres-internationales.html
Time: From 8:30 am to 8:00 pm for exhibitors
From 10:00 am to 6:00 pm for the general public
Cost: 2,750 Euros (tax included) for a 6 square meter stand, equipped or 3,250 Euros with additional virtual booth, and your institution published on www.letudiant.fr for one year.
Registration Deadline: December 1st, 2013

The L'Etudiant Study Abroad Fair is intended for French students who wish to study abroad.

L'Etudiant is one of the major organizers of student recruitment events in Europe. The Paris fair attracts about 27,000 visitors each year and more than 150 exhibitors from 20 countries participated in the 2013 fair.

Once again this year, the Canadian Embassy and all participating brand eligible Canadian institutions will be housed in a pavilion under the 'Imagine Education au/in Canada' brand. Please note that the themes for the fair being education and employment, the Visa and Immigration section of the Embassy will also be present.

France represents an important market for Canadian postsecondary institutions, such as universities, university colleges, community colleges, cegeps, and ESL schools. French students are very interested in Canada, which they ranked as the 5th country where they would like to study. Quebec is the main destination for French students because of language and the historic and cultural ties that bind the province and France but also because they benefit from an agreement which allows French students to pay the same tuition fees as Quebec students. Despite this, more and more students are heading to other provinces to study in English or in French but in Anglophone surroundings. More than 2,800 French youth came to the Cultural Centre in 2012 to participate in the monthly information sessions on studying in Canada and to meet recruiters from Canadian universities and colleges.

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