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STUDIA - Education Fair in Helsinki, Finland 2012
Time: 2012-11-14    BY Angela   From:    Clicks: 2409
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We are pleased to announce that the STUDIA Education Fair 2012 will be held in Helsinki, Finland on December 4-5. Studia 2012 is an international further education fair for upper secondary school students and graduates.

Reasons to Attend
The Finland Education Fair 2012 is an international further education fair for upper secondary school students and graduates. The visitors are also more and more interested in educational and working possibilities abroad. The 2011 edition of the Finland Education Fair received over 14,900 visitors and 142 exhibitors.

Market Overview
Education has always been a high priority for Finland. At the moment, Finland has 16 university level institutions and 25 polytechnics. The latest statistics show that over 13,000 students from Finland were studying internationally in 2009.

Finland has developed its world class education system which offers students wonderful higher education opportunities in almost all fields of study. The reputation of its education system is high not only because it provides high standard of education but because also because it is continuously working and investing for increment in level of educational standards. As such, the national educational strategy is to invest substantial amount on research based education to develop the country as the information society. The higher educational wings of Finland constitutes of Universities and Polytechnics which provide most advanced state-of-art facilities to its students.

Fair Outline
Most off the Finnish universities and polytechnic institutes participate in the fair. Participation of the Finnish further education field make Studia a vital part of the Finnish student counselling.

Exhibitor feedback

  • 100% of the exhibitors were satisfied with the fair
  • 95% of the exhibitors reached their target group very well or well
  • 95 % of the exhibitors will certainly or most probably participate the fair next time

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