Virtual Education Expo

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Online, Thursday 9th September

Virtual Education Expo is an online fair for those seeking course information and overall education and career guidance. The event will take place live, online, on Thursday, 9th September. These events will be the ideal event for anyone considering enrolling on a course in 2021/22.

Operated by the IFSC-based Careers Unlimited, Virtual Education Expo is a brand new way to find our about courses, whether you’re seeking to enrol on a course, of going to college, taking that postgraduate degree, returning to education, upskilling, changing career direction, taking professional, holistic or hobbyist courses or simply looking for information on what training is out there. What sets Virtual Education Expo apart, however, is specialist, easy-to-use technology, providing the ideal way for colleges to interact with course-seekers online in the current climate

Education Expo 2018.

Date:
Thursday 9th September
Time:
10.00am
Price:
Free - Registration required

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