Focus on Indian universities at UAE’s International Education Show 2020

The Sharjah Expo Centre is all set to organise ‘Career Utsav’ as a part of the International Education Show in January 2020 to apprise the 3.3 million strong Indian diaspora living in the United Arab Emirates of the variety of  educational opportunities that exist in India.

 India offers an extensive range of study programmes that are recognized globally. Photo courtesy: Wikimedia
India offers an extensive range of study programmes that are recognized globally. Photo courtesy: Wikimedia

The announcement was made after the signing of an agreement between Sultan Shattaf, Director Business Development & Marketing, Expo Centre Sharjah and Sripall D. Jain, Managing Director, K2 Learning Resources India Private Limited, a Bangalore-based educational event organiser. 

“India offers an extensive range of study programmes that are recognized globally. With hundreds of universities and thousands of colleges to choose from, there is no limit to what and where a student can study in India. India is considered as the second largest higher education centre in the world and one of the most cost-effective education industries; studying here will be surely a great experience,” said Jain.

The exhibition, which will be held from January 22-24, 2020, will feature over 150 educational institutions from more than 20 countries including universities from the US, UK, Malaysia, Japan, Russia, Hungry, Pakistan and India. However, India will be the focus country and will have the largest number of universities present under the banner of Career Utsav.

“I am sure that the extensive experience and expertise of Career Utsav will help us create one of the largest higher education events in the region that will be a boon not only for the large Indian population here but also others who wish to study in the fastest growing economy in the world,” said Saif Mohammed Al Midfa, CEO, Expo Centre Sharjah.

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