Virtual Education Fair


About

Studyandgoabroad.com is the ‘go to’ site for students, primarily in Canada, who are researching options for undergraduate or postgraduate-level studies abroad, or considering a gap year, volunteer program, work abroad, international internship or language travel. The Study and Go Abroad Virtual Education Fair will be held on May 21st, 8:00-14:00 EST. This free event gives students, parents, and educators an opportunity to explore online/distance education, degrees, diplomas, certificates and language programs. From the comfort of their home, visitors to the fair can meet with representatives from universities, colleges, and professional schools from around the world to find out about scholarships, admission requirements and program choices. We realize that now is not the best time to travel. However, we encourage youth to keep dreaming, and to plan to travel when the time is right. The world is an amazing place and studying near home or abroad broadens our perspectives, teaches us to appreciate other cultures (and our own), and prepares us for an evermore-global workplace.

Thoughts About Art and Community

We would like to help students diversify their portfolios by studying and learning abroad in new environments and communities all over the world.

Activities

The Study and Go Abroad Virtual Education Fair will be held on May 21st, 8:00-14:00 EST. This free event gives students, parents, and educators an opportunity to explore online/distance education, degrees, diplomas, certificates and language programs. From the comfort of their home, visitors to the fair can meet with representatives from universities, colleges, and professional schools from around the world to find out about scholarships, admission requirements and program choices. We realize that now is not the best time to travel. However, we encourage youth to keep dreaming, and to plan to travel when the time is right. The world is an amazing place and studying near home or abroad broadens our perspectives, teaches us to appreciate other cultures (and our own), and prepares us for an evermore-global workplace.