Aspirations Education to launch international education exhibition for sixth consecutive year

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Aspirations Education (AE), an international career guidance and student placement service centre in Sri Lanka, announced the launch of its global education exhibition for the sixth consecutive year.
The exhibition promises to feature over 40 reputed international universities and institutes across UK, Europe, Asia, Australia, China and the Middle East, making it the biggest international education exhibition in Sri Lanka.

The education exhibition will open vistas for Sri Lankan students to gain international education through the participation of prominent universities and institutes in Australia, UK, New Zealand, USA, Canada, Malaysia, India and Singapore.
Additionally universities and institutes across China and Dubai will be featured this time. Themed ‘LESON – Learn Earn and Serve Our Nation,’ this year’s exhibition will be hosted from 21 to 22 July at Taj Hotel, Colombo and 24 July at Queen’s Hotel, Kandy.
Speaking about the global education exhibition Aspirations Education Chairman Ajith Abeysekera said: “We are honoured to host such an event of this calibre for the sixth consecutive year as a premier education career guidance and placement institute in the country. Students will be able to experience a diverse range of study opportunities and interact with international representatives and experience firsthand information about the courses of study, free of charge visa guidance, scholarship options, application fee waive off options, on the spot offer letters providing admission to the respective university and much more offers from the international universities and more added incentives.”
The exhibition this time will feature two seminar sessions targeted for parents and students conducted by international guest lecturers on the topics, ‘How best to manage your finances’ and ‘How to make the most of your international education opportunity’.
Deepamala Abeysekera, Managing Director Aspirations Education reiterated, “The Aspirations International Education Exhibition is a platform which provides ample opportunity for students and parents not only to understand the wide array of educational qualifications and means of achieving it, but also an opportunity  for young aspirants to plan ahead, and obtain advice on how to shape up their valuable future. It is pivotal we mould quality personalities to be ‘path breakers’ of the future, as we, as a whole country enter an era of progression”.
The international education exhibition is catered to students age 16 and above for undergraduate level and students currently reading or completed a bachelor’s degree or a professional qualification for postgraduate level. The exhibition is one of a kind offering individual attention and direct engagement with global representation from many top universities and institutes offering a plethora of international education and career guidance.
Students are encouraged to pre-register with Aspirations Education online: http://www.aspirations.edu.lk or call 0777539888 to have guaranteed one on one time with international counsellors and be eligible for special offers. As the countdown has begun, students and parents can log in to take a closer look at the updates on the universities participating in the sixth International Education Exhibition and incentives on offer.

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