The fair will be held at The Park, Delhi, on Thursday, September 25, 2014, from 10.30am to 5pm.
What is the fair all about-
The fair is about the students who want to migrate abroad to pursue their studies. They can avail financial aid and fee waivers by registering for the scholarships. While providing the scholarships, merit as well the need of the student both will be considered.
Candidates with strong academic records, good scores in standardised exams and extracurricular achievements are usually eligible for such financial assistance.
The fair will provide a stage for meeting university representatives and showcasing your achievements is the best way to get financial aid.
Scholarships ranging from 5100% of the total tuition fee equivalent to Rupees five crore have been awarded to Edwise students at its world education fairs. Over 300 students have received part full scholarships through Edwise for courses commencing in 2014.
Some of the students who received scholarship-
- Nikhil Gurav received a scholarship from University of Nottingham, UK;
- Subin Menon received a scholarship from Niagara College, Canada;
- Vivinselva Madhava received a scholarship from LaTrobe University, Australia;
- Tanuja Lele received a scholarship from Southern Institute of Technology, New Zealand;
- Pooja Shah received a scholarship from James Cook University, Singapore;
- Tapan Sharma received a scholarship from Hult International Business School, US.
This year too, Edwise is conducting a world education fair to give students an opportunity to meet representatives from over 80 institutions across 12 countries (list depends on city) and get first-hand information on application queries, campus facilities and scholarship opportunities.
Participants can find out about the courses on offer, application process, campus facilities and scholarship opportunities. Students are required to preregister on http: http://www.worldeducationfair.com or call 0860 0911333 1800 200 3678.