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Cambridge English Advanced (CAE) Forum in partnership with Integral Programe Educaționale concludes successfully at the Athenee Palace Hilton in Bucharest

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This year’s World Education Fair at the Athenee Hilton Palace in Bucharest wrapped up successfully once more with the participation of hundreds of students. Cambridge ESOL sponsored the Fair with a tailor-made“CAE Forum” and the joint presence of top UK Institutions and Fischer International.

Offering a new channel of information to students that are interested in studying in the UK and beyond, the forum included a variety of presentations touching upon several study related questions that each prospective student is faced with; ranging from language certification needed for studying and living abroad to tips for adjusting to student life in the UK. The presence of representatives from three top UK institutions, The University of Manchester, The University of Westminster and The University of Bedfordshire, further enhanced the forum’s international character.

Attendees of the Forum had the chance to listen to Cambridge ESOL experts explain how the CAE exam can help them improve their English skills and why it is the only exam they need to study in the UK and beyond. Delegates from The University of Manchester, The University of Westminster and The University of Bedfordshire, presented attendees with an overview of their institutions’ reputation and location, giving details on programme offerings, application processes and what grand challenges the entry to a UK university can offer. A prize draw organized by Fischer International offered an iPad as well as CAE exam preparation materials to 6 winners.

World Education Fair is amongst the biggest international education exhibitions of its kind. Every year it attracts thousands of students as well as young people, who are interested in studying abroad for their  higher undergraduate or postgraduate education in distinguished international institutions.

Written by Cambridge English Southern Europe

October 26, 2012 at 10:00 am

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