Study in Europe and European higher education fairs* are organised worldwide by the European Commission and EU delegations. Meet representatives from European universities for free advice about:
bachelor's, master's and doctoral studies in Europe
funding and scholarship opportunities
living and studying in Europe
Find out more about past Study in Europe and European higher education fairs:
Study in Europe Fair Ethiopia
The Study in Europe Fair Ethiopia took place on 16 November 2019 in Addis Ababa. 20 European universities, national educational promotion agencies and European embassies, including the EU Delegation to Ethiopia, were present. They provided students with information about study and scholarship programmes, as well as research opportunities in Europe. More than 6,000 Ethiopian students visited the fair.
Study in Europe Webinar Series Africa (virtual fair)
The Study in Europe Webinar Series Africa took place as an online event from 2 November 2019 until 28 November 2019. Institutions from a total of 13 European countries participated. They informed students through online presentations about European higher education systems, available study and scholarship programmes, in addition to practical information about living and studying in Europe.
Study in Europe Fair Ukraine
The Study in Europe Fair Ukraine took place on 2 March 2019 in Kiev. The fair hosted 41 European universities, national education promotion agencies and European embassies from 23 European countries. 12 seminars were organised to inform students about European higher education and to answer their questions about studying in Europe.
* Note: Please be aware that due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, all on-site Study in Europe fairs have been postponed or replaced by virtual fairs until further notice.
|Singapore||Online||Virtual fair||27 September 2020|
|Philippines||Online||Virtual fair||2-3 October 2020|
|Japan||Online||Virtual fair||Starting 27 October 2020|
|Indonesia||Online||Virtual fair||November 2020|
Header image: © iStock/Alina Rosanova, 2019.