What is it like to register for an Exclusive Masters & PhD Event in Paris for Free and qualify to apply for $1.7 M scholarships ?
What ? Would you say that again?
Think I’m kidding?
No, actually I’m not!
I’m talking about the QS Masters and PhD Fair that’ll take place in Paris at the Hôtel du Collectionneur (M°Courcelles) on the 8th of October 2016. This will be an amazing opportunity to meet with admissions’ directors from top ranked international Universities offering various Masters & PhD programs.
More than 50 world's leading universities and schools will be represented. Universities like HEC, ESCP Europe, Imperial College, ESSEC, King’s College, Bocconi University, Hult, IE Business School, Sciences Po, London Business School, UCL, SKEMA, LSE, Business School Lausanne, SOAS, Concordia University, EDHEC, Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne, Edinburgh Napier University, University of St. Gallen, HKUST, Queen Mary University of London, University of Kent, University of Essex, IULM, School of Law SMU, Ecole polytechnique, NEOMA…will all be there.
You should check it out, register and get a chance to apply for that scholarship.
Wishing you good luck.
Sign up HERE.
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