The 30th Studying Abroad Exhibition, Zhejiang’s largest foreign university recruitment exhibition, was held at Hyatt Hotel on Sunday. More than 100 universities from 13 countries set up booths at the exhibition.
Famous universities that have come to the exhibition include Australian National University, University of Queensland, Adelaide University, University of California in Irvine, University of Oklahoma, University of Warwick, University of Sussex, University of Manchester, University of Leeds and University of Amsterdam.
In addition, France Higher Business School Alliance, Singapore Management University and Macquarie University of Australia have also attended the exhibition. Art schools including one under Marco Polo Program and Emily Carr University of Art and Design provide Chinese art students with new opportunities. Swiss Hotel Management School, a top hotel management college in Europe, also set up a booth at the exhibition.
Delegations organized by the North American High School Alliance, King Elite High School from Britain, Public Education Bureau of Province of Victoria, Australia, Cowichan Valley Public Education Bureau, Canada and ACS (International) Singapore provided entry interviews and consultation.
In addition, presidents of popular American high school including Wisconsin High School Alliance, St Antonio High School, St. John High School, Portland Christian Junior/Senior High School, Cambridge High School Alliance, Ameriwal High School and Gateway High School all set up booths at the exhibition.
Students who would like to study at foreign high schools had the chance to speak face to face with the presidents, who will offer immediate feedback on whether the students can be recruited primarily. ACS (International) Singapore announced its latest recruitment information.
During the exhibition, eight lectures themed by “Dialog with Future: Discover Better You” discussed language improvement, studying abroad inspection, recruitment trend, choice of majors and employment analysis.
Source: Hangzhou Government