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Education Zone is going to open office in Bahrain

Dubai, (UAE): Education Zone, an organization facilitating quality higher education for Arab students, is going to open its office in Bahrain. Campus France and Education Zone has made an agreement earlier to offer career planning advice to the students.

This decision was taken during the GHEDEX, Oman's leading higher education exhibition, at Oman in April 2014. Campus France is a service of French Embassy to promote higher education of France.

Campus France Agency is a public institution in charge of promoting higher education and managing the reception and international mobility of students, researchers, experts and guests. Thanks to its global network of 180 Campus France Espaces, the agency informs international students about French higher education, guides them on their choice of training, helps them complete their application form and gain a visa.

“Education Zone (Ezone) consultants are dedicated to counsel students from the UAE & Gulf countries looking to study abroad as well as seeking advice on career planning. We recruit on behalf of many prestigious universities, colleges, schools and educational institutes worldwide. Moreover, Ezone consultants can place young learners in summer camps abroad that specializes in various fun, academic activities e.g. sports, sciences, arts, filmmaking. We also offer various scholarships and new degree programs students,” said Mr. Suad Alhalwachi, Managing Director, Education Zone.

Ezone (accredited by Ministry of Higher Education UAE) is recognized throughout the region as one of the most dynamic ‘Study Abroad’ companies that provides school students and university graduates with the exciting opportunity to study abroad. Ezone primarily deals with New Zealand educational institutions, but also has an extensive partner network within the USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Europe and Far East Asia.




For more information please contact:
Mr. Alawi Almurazza
OITE
Tel: +96899886681

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