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Higher Education Fairs
|1||Organizer: Australia and New Zealand University Exchange Fair Circuit
Anticipated Audience: Undergraduate students interested in exchange programs. Maintains a calendar of university exchange fairs across Australia and New Zealand
The exchange fair dates in Sydney for 2012 are May 7-11.
For More Information: http://www.ieaa.org.au/exchangefairs/
|2||Organizer: National Association of Prospective Student Advisers (NAPSA)
Anticipated Audience: High school students. NAPSA maintains a calendar of high school college fairs for each Australian state and territory. In New South Wales these high school college fairs take place between March - June.
For More Information: http://www.napsa.com.au
|3||Organizer: US College Fair
Anticipated Audience: High school students intersted in studying an undergraduate degree in the U.S.
For More Information: Simone Salier, Careers Counsellor, Ascham School, email: email@example.com
Explaining the US undergraudate application process.
The EducationUSA office has instituted regular school holiday group information sessions for high school students and parents. During the school holidays we run 3 information sessions each week.
Australia’s First U.S. College Fair Draws More than 400 Students.
With the support of ConGen Sydney’s EducationUSA program, Ascham High School in Sydney hosted Australia’s very first U.S. college fair in March 2013. Consul General Niels Marquardt gave opening remarks at a packed auditorium to highlight the importance of study abroad and cross-cultural experience in developing career paths. Presentations included the differences between a U.S. and Australian undergraduate education, a presentation on sports scholarships and on the ACT test. EdUSA Advisers enlisted local graduates (both Australians and Americans) to host tables for their respective alma maters, resulting in the representation of 21 U.S. universities at the fair. This event, which attracted more than 400 students (an additional 200 were turned away due to lack of capacity), underscored the intense level of interest in opportunities to study in the United States.
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