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Twenty six British universities participated in Education UK Exhibition in Chile

Thursday, November 27th 2014 - 12:19 UTC
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The event was organized by the British Council in conjunction with the Embassy in Chile, and with over a thousand students and young professionals attending. The event was organized by the British Council in conjunction with the Embassy in Chile, and with over a thousand students and young professionals attending.

Twenty six British universities participated in Santiago de Chile at the Education UK Exhibition for postgraduate studies organized by the British Council in conjunction with the Embassy in Chile.

Over a thousand students and young professionals had the opportunity to speak with university representatives about the various postgraduate study programs offered throughout the United Kingdom.

Representatives of the Becas Chile scheme administered by the Chilean government were present at the exhibition to showcase the different scholarship options offered for Chileans who are interested in pursuing postgraduate studies abroad.

For four consecutive years the UK has been chosen as the number one destination for the government-funded postgraduate scholars in the ‘Becas Chile’ scheme in 2014.

Exhibition participants were also informed of the UK Chevening Scholarship program by Chevening scholar Andres Musalem who gave a presentation about how the scholarship has helped him advance in his professional career.

The universities that participated at the exhibition are:

Durham University University of Bristol
Royal Holloway, University of London Bath Spa University
The University of Northampton University of Essex
Cardiff University University of Southampton
Northumbria University The University of Manchester
University of Leeds The University of Sheffield
Queen Mary University of London UCL (University College London)
University of Warwick The University of Edinburgh
Goldsmiths, University of London Anglia Ruskin University
University of Glasgow University of St Andrews
Imperial College London The University of Nottingham
University of Exeter Swansea University
University of Sussex The University of Liverpool

 

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  • Briton

    26 great reasons for the students of Chile to choose from,
    all very good,

    nice to see them turn to British universities for a good future,

    rather than shhh you know who...lol

    Nov 27th, 2014 - 08:12 pm 0
  • ilsen

    Another fine example of the long and solid friendship between Chile and the UK.
    Actions speak louder than lip - service.

    Nov 27th, 2014 - 08:16 pm 0
  • toooldtodieyoung

    1 Briton & 2 ilsen

    Another win-win situation I think gentlemen, don't you?

    This is such good news for both countries. May it long continue.

    Nov 28th, 2014 - 09:53 pm 0
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