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14 Mar 2011

The 11th "European Higher Education Fair Hong Kong 2011" is held by the European Working Group for Culture on Saturday in the Hong Kong Central Library, with 49 academic institutions and higher education organizations from 13 European countries attending the fair.
The head of Office of the European Union in Hong Kong and Macao Maria Cstillo Fernandez and deputy secretary for Education Bureau of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region government Catherine Chan hosted the opening ceremony.
During the 2-day fair, some of the institutions will hold seminars to let visitors learn about language programs they provide, application process, tuition fees and higher education in the country.
Free language sessions will be offered to visitors who are interested in getting a taste of different European languages.
According to the organizer, Europe is becoming a popular alternative for Hong Kong students seeking to study overseas. The number of students who decided to study one semester or longer in a European country rose by 14 percent over the last year.
Different languages and diversity of education systems in Europe are no longer a hurdle to Hong Kong applicants, as the unified Bachelor-Master-PhD-System have been introduced, and the tuition fees remain competitive, the organizer said.
The participants include institutions and organizations from Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, France, Germany, Latvia, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.


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