Join us at the China Education Expo 2019 and learn more about the benefits of studying in Switzerland!
The China Education Expo (CEE) is an exhibition tour of the China Education Association for International Exchange (CEAIE), which takes place every autumn in Beijing, Shanghai and other cities.
CEE is a leading event for foreign schools to expand their presence in what is potentially the world’s largest recruitment market. More than 20 national pavilions are actively represented at CEE each year, including Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Poland, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Netherlands, UK and USA. Over 600 foreign schools from around 40 countries and regions attracted around 60,000 visitors from all over China. In addition to information booths, presentations will be held on studying abroad, where students can find out more about study opportunities and scholarship programs.
Date: October 26th – 27th (Saturday, Sunday), 10:00-16:00
Venue: Hall 4, B1, Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center 上海世博展览馆地下一层4号馆
The Swiss Pavilion is located right at the entrance of the exhibition hall, please check the Floorplan.
- swissnex China (P01)
- University of St. Gallen (P02)
- Glion Institute of Higher Education / Les Roches Global Hospitality Education (P03)
Come to Switzerland to study and boost your study and career opportunities at the highest level! Over a cup of coffee and snacks, you can get in touch with Swiss students and former Chinese exchange students to get first-hand information about study programs, university choices and campus life in the country in the centre of Europe. Get in touch with former and present students in Switzerland and connect with future colleagues.
Switzerland is a hub for excellent education. Outstanding Swiss universities regularly rank globally among the top universities for science and technology. In addition, public research institutions such as the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) and international organizations such as the United Nations have their headquarters in Switzerland. The academic landscape in Switzerland comprises twelve universities awarding doctorate degrees, as well as eight universities of applied science, which offer a more practice focused approach to studying.
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