Aspirations Education to launch International Education Exhibition 2011

"The Forward March" - Largest international education exhibition in the country Aspirations Education (AE) an international career guidance and student placement service center in Sri Lanka announced the launch of its global education exhibition for the 5th consecutive year. The education exhibition will open vistas for Sri Lankan students to gain international education through prominent universities and institutes in Australia, UK, New Zealand, USA, Malaysia, India and Singapore. Themed "The Forward March", this year's exhibition will be hosted from the 9th and 10th July at Ceylon Continental Hotel, Colombo and the 12th July at Queen's Hotel, Kandy.

Nearly 40 universities and institutes from Australia, UK, USA, Malaysia, Singapore and India will be present at this event. Some of the participating institutions include Monash University, Deakin University, Swinburne University, RMIT University, University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, Nottingham Trent University and Coventry University. The international education exhibition is catered to students aged between 16 and above for undergraduate level. Students currently within the undergraduate teaching institutions for postgraduate level, anyone who has a bachelor's degree and/or a professional qualification and are interested in pursuing further studies for postgraduate level.

Speaking about the global education exhibition, Mr. Ajith Abeysekera, Chairman Aspirations Education, "Our core business model is providing career guidance and counseling services to students who wish to pursue their education overseas. The Aspirations Education International Exhibition without a doubt is the largest international education exhibition in the country. There are other exhibitions which are country specific and the exhibitions where foreign universities are represented along with other local education providers. This is unique as only foreign universities and institutes are present and students can meet universities from multiple countries and continents on one stage".

Reiterating further about the changing markets stated Mr. Abeysekera, "Students who aspire to study abroad should be given proper guidance at the right time. They should be able to get accurate and authentic information with regard to options available. Such guidance will help students with lower costs, increased chances of university acceptance, cultural adaptability and even increased chances of financial assistance. Proper counseling in the areas of both education and careers help students pick the university that best meets their needs maximizing the chances of financial assistance and career opportunities. Comprehensive guidance will not mislead students at the crucial juncture in their lives, which can break or make their future; this is our mantra".

Students will be able to experience a diverse range of study opportunities and interact with international representatives and experience firsthand information about the courses of study, free of charge visa guidance, scholarship options, application fee waive off options, on the spot offer letters providing admission to the respective university and much more offers from the international universities. The exhibition is one of a kind offering individual attention and direct engagement with global representation from many top universities and institutes.

Don't miss this valuable opportunity to meet nearly 40 universities and institutes from world over under one roof. Call us on 0777-539888 or log onto for more information.

The Aspirations Education International Exhibition in the past attracted more than 4000 students

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