You probably have at least one European country in your travel bucket list, which you've never managed to set aside time (and money) for, probably because a tiny part of you can't justify the added expense.


If you're still iffy about going, why not do it during a time of major exploration, and actually make it an investment by studying and living in your country of choice?

Check your options out at the European Higher Education Fair 2019 on October 26, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Shangri-la Plaza in Mandaluyong. The European Union Delegation to the Philippines and the EU Member States' Embassies have partnered to help you make your dream trip a reality, while giving you the chance to get an edge in your chosen industry once you get back.

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The fair will feature 30 universities from the following countries:

  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • The Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Hungary
  • Italy
  • The Netherlands
  • Sweden
  • Spain

If you're confident enough, you can even apply for a scholarship through the Erasmus+ programme. In fact, according to the release, "66 Filipino students have been awarded Erasmus+ scholarships that will allow them to take MA courses in various EU universities. More than 400 Filipino students have already pursued their academic dreams in several European member states and have successfully made their mark in their chosen fields."


While some say that a master's degree taken right after college may not be that smart a move as you still lack experience, taking it after you've had years of work under your belt will only leave you with a good career advantage. It may even open up other career opportunities not just here, but also abroad, so why not give it a shot?

For more details on the European Higher Education Fair 2019, follow them on Facebook

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