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Study and Go Abroad Fairs in Vancouver, Montreal and Toronto Spring 2011

Calling all students, youth, young professionals, parents, educators and anyone interested in enhancing your resumé by gaining valuable work or life experience, continuing your studies either within Canada or overseas, or taking a gap year or career break; the Study and Go Abroad Fairs are coming to Vancouver, Montreal and Toronto in the Spring 2011.  The fairs showcase an exciting range of opportunities for all those looking to "take on the world" through studies in Canada and abroad, work and volunteer opportunities, cultural programs and overseas adventure travel. Admission is free.

The Study and Go Abroad Fairs will include the following programs:

· Studies in Canada and abroad and student exchange programs

· Universities, Colleges and Technical Institutes from around the world offering full-degree, diploma, professional and short-term programs

· Eco/adventure and language travel opportunities

. Internship and volunteer abroad opportunities

. Work abroad programs for students and youth

. International job opportunities

. Scholarship and financial aid information



LOCATIONS AND TIMES:

Vancouver – Thursday, March 3rd, Vancouver Convention Centre at Canada Place/Pan
Pacific, 999 Canada Place, Parkview Terrace Room: 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. Jean-Marc Hachey
Seminar; Fair Hours 2 p.m. – 7 p.m.


Montreal – Saturday March 5th, Le Centre Sheraton Montreal, 1201 Boulevard Rene-
Levesque West: Salons ABC, two floors below lobby level; 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. Jean-Marc
Hachey Seminar in French and English; Fair Hours 1 p.m. – 6 p.m.


Toronto – Sunday, March 6th, Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Constitution Hall
Room 105, North Building, 255 Front Street West: 12 noon – 1p.m. Jean-Marc Hachey
Seminar; Fair Hours 1 p.m. – 6 p.m.




Exhibitors attending all three cities include Australia’s University of Melbourne, Bond University, 
Deakin University and RMIT University; UK’s University of Essex and University of 
Kent; New Zealand College of Chiropractic in Auckland; from Switzerland, César Ritz 
Colleges; US universities include Pace University, University of Hawaii – Shidler College 
of Business, and University of South Carolina; International travel companies for those 
gap years, Real Gap Experience, and for “travel outside the box,” Greenheart Travel; 
and Travel CUTS Canada and Katimavik (a Canadian volunteer service program).






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