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Eduplus exhibition in Kuwait in October

Eduplus in Kuwait is now a milestone exhibition on education
Kuwait city, (Kuwait): 9th Kuwait International Higher Education Exhibition, “EDUPLUS 2014”, will be held from 21st through 23 October 2014. The venue of this prestigious education event will be Safir International Hotel, Kuwait.

The 9th Kuwait International Higher Education Exhibition "EDUPLUS", is the platform where educational providers worldwide have the opportunity to meet with talented and intelligent students from Kuwait. The fair offers a unique opportunity to learn more about studies abroad first hand, to choose programmes and courses and decide on educational institutions for studies.

All levels of education are represented at "EDUPLUS" exhibition, from high school programs and language schools, to post-graduate and specialty programs. And this range is just that which "EDUPLUS" visitors are looking for: Students, parents, teachers, executives, and school representatives - all walk away from these exhibitions enlightened by shared information, new contacts, and new opportunities.

Today’s youth are far more focused and selective in seeking the right education that leads to a successful and satisfying career. They are constantly looking for newer avenues to explore, which would nurture their natural talent, instead of the dull and drab - degrees and diplomas. An exhibition like “Eduplus 2014” gives generation-next a great opportunity to look at the various options available to them in Kuwait and abroad which meets their needs and ambitions - all under one roof.





There is a growing interest from the mass media and governmental organizations in developing this educational event, which has become an important entry on educational calendar. Students with their families take part in all the activities during the exhibition days. Strong targeted links with local universities and schools ensure the right visitors attend the fair. Education providers have the opportunity to grow quickly in this emerging student market.

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