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The Masters and MBA fair will next take place in January 2013 and has now been organised for the past seven consecutive years.
New on the agenda for the 2013 fair is an International area that will be dedicated to students wishing to start a Master's programme abroad.
This fair provides exhibitors with a unique occasion to present their Masters and MBA programmes. The objectives are to determine the most suitable orientation according to the student’s professional plan, and to favour the pursuit of postgraduate studies: Masters, MBA, and special programmes in order to help students acquire a the next level in their studies. The students coming to the fair have the opportunity to meet the best universities and the most prestigious schools in order to be knowledgeable on the best choice of institution and course and to seek the professional guidance given by those institutions about those choices.
According to the French government, about 100,000 French students go to abroad for their studies; among them 25,945 are Erasmus exchange students.
France is attractive for student recruitment because of the high number of students prepared to study abroad. French students want to improve their language skills and other skills and finally optimize their integration in the professional world thanks to foreign study programmes. French students and employees of companies consider studying abroad provides a big advantage for a successful professional career. When students want to pursue a professional career abroad, studies in a foreign country is the best way to integrate into that country at first.
Each year, more 47,000 French students take degrees in non-native European Union countries. France has a population of 62.9 million with a per capita GDP of US $31,096 and is the third-largest economy in Europe after Germany and the UK. French higher education has a long tradition of openness and accessibility*. The national government devotes 20 percent of its annual budget to education. Fees for both French and international students are kept very low to persuade students to stay in education as long as possible. There are about 190,000 international students, from all over the world, currently enrolled in French higher education.
This fair concerns Masters & MBA departments and Business and Engineering Programmes. Close to 50 prestigious schools presenting no less than 250 courses and programmes came to inform students about their MBA, Masters and special programmes, under the title “Conférence des Grandes Ecoles”. Institutions from all parts of France are on site to present their courses from Bac+3 to Bac+5 to students who plan on integrating a Masters or a specialised programme, with or without previous experience.
An area dedicated to "Job and Internship Offers" will specifically target postgraduate students and will be available to give free consultation to them.
*Sourced from Education New Zealand and EU figures on cross-border study.
More information about this leading student recruitment exhibition can be found by selecting the tabs below.
To reserve your place at this international education fair, please select the ‘Prices’ tab and choose the buttons that meet your requirements. Place your purchase in your shopping cart by selecting the ‘Click To Proceed’ button, select ‘checkout’, and fill in your registration details.
A standard equipped stand at this event will include a fascia board, carpet, a table, chairs and insurance (Required by law). Exhibitors will also receive name badges giving access to breakfast and cocktails.
An Advertising & Exhibition Space Package will include all above and additionally a 1 Page Full-Colour Advert in the Studyramag Magazine and 12 Month Institution Profile on the Studyrama website.
Opening hours for visitors
|Day 1:||12/01/13||10:00 - 18:00|
Access times for exhibitors
|07:30 - 09:30
18:00 - 19:00
|10:30 - 11:30
12:30 - 13:30
14:30 - 15:30
16:30 - 17:30
This section identifies the levels and subject areas that are reflected at this fair and for which visitors will have an interest in. This section will help to clarify the types of participants who should attend.
Use the information provided below to learn more about visitors expected to attend the fair and the proportion of those visitors that are relevant to your offering. Additional information about how the educational exhibition is promoted and visiting agents can be found in the grey box.
Use the information provided below to learn more about fair exhibitors both past and current. The statistics are based on the last edition of the education fair and aims to give you a demographic of the international exhibitors based on their type and focus. To display a list of past and current exhibitors select the “Click to Display” button below. You can then sort the list based on the criteria most important to you. Additional information about who the education fair is aimed at can be found in the grey box.
The glossy, full-colour, Studyrama Guide to International Studies. It is distributed at Colleges, High Schools, Universities and at Student and Orientation Centres. It is also distributed at the 52 Studyrama Fairs throughout France, Switzerland and Belgium. The guide is published in June and has a ciculation of 80,000 copies a year. This edition will include a feature on Study in the UK with a special focus on British Universities. The editorial will be written by the British Council.
Deadline for booking and submitting advertising: 1 June 2013
To target an active audience of French, Swiss and Belgium students an institution profile can be ordered in the following sizes: 1 page and 2 page spread. See advertising options and prices in the "Prices" tab.
EU passport holders will not require a visa to enter France, although you will need a passport. If you do not have an EU passport please check with your local Consulate or Embassy. You might need to apply for a tourist or business visa, although the latter may take much more time to arrange. Visa support is strictly limited to our exhibiting clients. Visa support is NOT provided to visitors.
Hotel Espace Champerret (250m)
26 rue Louise Michel – 92300 LEVALLOIS-PERRET
Tel: +33 1 47 57 20 71
Le Villiers (500m)
133 avenue Villiers – 75017 PARIS
Tel: +33 1 46 22 50 90
Hotel Champerret Elysees (500m)
129 avenue de Villiers – 75017 PARIS
Tel: +33 1 47 64 44 00
Hotel Ibis (700m)
24 rue Trébois – 92300 LEVALLOIS-PERRET
Tel: +33 1 47 57 43 99
Mercue Paris Porte d'Orleans (760m)
13, rue François Ory – 92120 MONTROUGE
Tel: +33 01 58 07 11 11
Hotel Ibis Italie Tolbiac (1460m)
177, rue de Tolbiac 75013
Tel: +33 01 45 80 16 60
Hotel du Parc Montsouris (122m)
4, rue du Parc Montsouris 75014
Tel: +33 01 45 89 09 72
Hotel Virgina Paris (542m)
66, rue Père Corentin 75014
Tel: +33 01 45 40 70 90
8-10 Parvis de l'Europe, 06300
223 Promenade des Anglais, 06000
37, promenade des Anglais, 06007
Working with the University Fairs / Studycentral team is easy, pleasant and fun. They do what we all should: offer sufficient and relevant information, they do it quickly and are very efficient.Ivana BelamaricIE Business School