World University Expo to to take place at Suntec Convention Centre on Apr 29

Applicants can get up to $440 waived from their application fees.

Maisy Phua

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Published: 28 March 2023, 11:54 AM

The World University Expo will return on Apr 29, featuring universities from Australia, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Ireland, Switzerland, the United States and Canada.

Prospective students can learn more about the 48,000 available scholarships and apply to universities on the spot at the expo. They can also have up to AU$500 (S$440) of their application fees waived.

There are three course options for students keen to study abroad; direct entry into a bachelor’s degree, the Foundation Program and the International Year 1 program.

Direct entry is specifically for A-Level, IB and polytechnic students, with polytechnic students potentially being eligible for credit exemptions. 

Popular direct entry courses include law, dentistry, veterinary science, business, biomedical science, engineering and computing.

The Foundation Program is for Secondary 4 and 5, IGCSE, O or N Level, JC one or two, A Level, diploma and IB students who did not manage to qualify for their desired UK or Australian universities.

At the event, these students will have the opportunity to find out more about how they can progress to a highly-ranked university in less than one year.

They can also look forward to meeting representatives from more than 50 University Pathway Programs including 16 UK Russell Group universities and New Zealand’s top university.

Those in the International Year 1 or diploma leading to Year 2 programme will also have the opportunity to meet the representatives.

In addition to students, bachelor’s degree holders looking for postgraduate options are also welcome at the event.

The World University Expo will run from 12pm to 6.30pm at Suntec Convention Hall 331-332. Students are encouraged to bring their relevant academic results, passport, and their parents to the event to discuss their options.

Admission to the event is free, but interested participants are required to reserve a spot online.

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