February Students

The fair horizon is on 24 and 25 February 2012 back in Munster. Berlin, 14 Dec 2011 – in which should direction of professional’s go after graduating? Which course is the best? And: where are the necessary information to quickly and efficiently? The horizon, the trade fair for graduate education, provides assistance for pupils, students and young professionals with locations throughout Germany. On 25 and 26 February 2012 the successful trade fair will take place already for the fourth time in Munster. There are companies, colleges and universities, local indicating what opportunities arise on the educational horizon. How it’s done? Orientation in the jungle of possibilities the possibilities of studies and training courses as diverse as today were never.

Given the extensive range that opens for graduates, students and young professionals, the horizon as fair offers quick help with the orientation, as well as practical information about organizational processes. With the horizon the Future the concept of the horizon is simple and effective: exhibitors from the respective regions, from all over Germany and from abroad – universities, colleges, companies and consulting institutions – imagine their future students and trainees in a relaxed atmosphere. In turn lets you directly with exhibitors in contact when the fair and personal advice. Lectures and workshops on topics such as dual studies, financing your studies, abroad, and application training complete the information package. Range information wider educational horizons young visitors expected a broad and competent exhibitors offer. Not only from the region but also from the rest of the Republic, as well as from the neighbouring countries universities present their courses. Among them are so high-profile and prestigious study institutions such as the universities of Munster and Wuppertal as well as universities of Applied Sciences Gelsenkirchen, Munster and Bielefeld. From abroad, of course you are representing Dutch universities with their attractive degree programs: short periods of study, a particularly high practice and lectures in English, German and Dutch are criteria that make up interesting studying in the Netherlands for German students.

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