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INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION FAIR VANCOUVER 2012 (Vancouver)

THE FAIR
The purpose of this Education Fair is to expose important information to all international students in Vancouver. Sponsored by Simon Fraser University ELC, Club ESL, HiSEN International Consulting, Mobilicity and Scotiabank, this event is organized to introduce various schools to the public while also allowing them to compare all the schools in one location!

WHY VANCOUVER?
Vancouver, on Canada's West Coast, is one of the world's most beautiful and safest cities and it continually ranks among the world's best places to live. Also Vancouver is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world, a fact this is evident the minute you step out the door into a swirl of foreign languages, accents, styles and flavours. That makes Vancouver host more than 500,000 international students every year from all around the world. Whether you're an international student or a tourist looking for a little taste of home or someone who is simply eager to experience other cultures, Vancouver is the place for you to embark on a worldly journey all within the Vancouver area.

BETTER EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES!
Majority of international students who are studying in Vancouver are looking for ways to receive further education. We invite all private and public educational institutions to join us and encourage these international students to obtain the best post-secondary education possible. We would like for them to have access to all the information regarding programs, degrees, diplomas, etc. and not just from a few, selected institutions but from a variety of selections.

LET'S MEET AT VANCOUVER PUBLIC LIBRARY ON JULY 13 FRIDAY!
UvanU International would like to invite you all to Protected content International Education Fair. It is first ever Education Fair organized by a single agency promoting to all different international students who are looking for further post-secondary education here in Vancouver. We are looking forward to meeting you there
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