Want to go to college, but you're not yet sure which school or program is right for you? Come talk about it directly with representatives from each school to the Fair Gaudeamus. It is …
At the Brno Exhibition Hall F Fair Gaudeamus began today. This marks the eighteenth year of the event, which students 3rd and 4 grades of secondary schools offer a unique opportunity to get a clear idea of what they want to study in college.
At the fair in Brno, for example, find answers to the following questions: • Where do after graduation? • What I teach school? • How to get to university or college? • Where is the best time? • Where can the selected field of study? • Which subjects are studied at school? • Where can I study a selected faculty? • In which countries can study Czech student? The fair will be represented more than 200 faculty and over 2,500 study subjects. In addition to exhibiting booths around schools and ask for anything directly to students' individual fields of study or incoming advisors can visit the presentation of individual institutions and meet with other candidates for higher education.
Lectures participating schools will take place each day in two lecture halls directly in Hall F. A detailed program of lectures is given on www.gaudeamus.cz. Lectures are most important source of information on the conditions of study and admission to universities and colleges in the academic year 2012/2013.
Furthermore, you can look forward to supporting the program „Science for Life“, whose aim is to open the school life and future students show interest, which can be learned in school. The accompanying program involved University of Defence, Charles University, Mendel University in Brno and EF Education First. Accompanying the program „Let's play with the technique“ is again focused on the popularization of technical fields of study. Participate in a Technical University in Brno, Czech Technical University in Prague, Technical University of Liberec, University of Pardubice, VSB – Technical University of Ostrava, Institute of Chemical Technology in Prague and West Bohemia University in Pilsen.
In addition to domestic schools will be represented by 47 international universities from 14 countries. Foreign exhibitors will come from Switzerland (8), Germany (7), Finland (6), Austria (5), Slovakia (5), France (4), Belgium (2), Great Britain (2), Canada (2), Holland (2), Spain (1), Poland (1), USA (1) and Scotland (1).
Only during the first day of the fair was attended by nearly nine thousand students in the coming days will be fair gates open 8 to 16 hours on Friday 4 11th 2011 after only 8 to 14 hours. Entrance fee is 80 crowns.
The exhibition will also find a server VysokeSkoly.cz stand, we look forward to your visit.
The article is a press release using the fair.
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