EDUvirtualEXPO is a study abroad fair featuring the top schools and universities from around the world. Virtual fairs work just like in-person fairs where exhibiting schools have booths that you can visit, get detailed information and even chat live, directly with school representatives!

Event Time

The EDUvirtualEXPO will last for 12 hours from 3pm (GMT-0) to 3am (GMT-0), but Schools and universities from different countries will be available online at different times.

Take a look at the timetable below:

EXHIBITORS FROM THE

USA & CANADA

FROM 4PM TO 8PM

(GMT-0)

EXHIBITORS FROM THE

UK & EUROPE

FROM 3PM TO 7PM

(GMT-0)

EXHIBITORS FROM

AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND & ASIA

FROM 11PM TO 3AM / DAY AFTER

(GMT-0)

More than 100 Schools and Universities from all over the world:

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Wide range of programs

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Destinations

Get to know more about the advantages of studying and living abroad in more than 100 different destinations worldwide.

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What students from all over the world are saying about their experience abroad

Brazil

"My international experience via a study abroad program in Brazil was fantastic. Being directly exposed to the culture, language and customs of the country helped me to obtain a more expansive understanding of Brazil and better my abilities to communicate in Portuguese. Before living in Brazil I lacked the pragmatic comprehension of the possibilities that become available to those who have not only learned to speak the language but have also taken the time to build relationships and make friends with the Brazilian people. Study abroad programs are incredible opportunities and those who has the prospect of participating in one should take full advantage of it."

Canada

"Canada is just incredible. I spent six months in Vancouver to improve my English skills and I could experience a beautiful, hospitable and peaceful place. The country combines all the best you can get during your exchange. The public transportations are great and there are always lots of free events organized by the city. During my study abroad program in Canada, i had the chance to meet people from all over the world, explore the most beautiful landscapes i've ever seen and also experience what is like to live in one of the most livable cities in the world. It was amazing!!!"

United States

"Studying my Master Degree in Colorado, USA was an amazing experience. It helped me with my teaching career by letting me absorb the different techniques used in the US. During my experience I listened and observed others point of view which made me think critically in many areas of my study. I made lifelong friends and I wouldn't trade my memories for anything. I'm happy I took the leap to study abroad because it has made me a stronger person."

Mexico

"Are YOU looking to study abroad? This may be one of the most difficult decisions you will have to make, there are so many beautiful places to visit. I will never regret to have chosen Mexico, the country with the most delicious food I've ever tasted and with endless tourist activities. I traveled from north to south, visited beaches, archaeological ruins, indigenous communities and modern cities. I also had the opportunity to study in one of the best universities in the country. For all these reasons, it has been one of the most complete experiences of my life. So if you want to visit some amazing places, learn about Latin America and try new dishes then Mexico is the place to go for exchange. Do not hesitate, every student should go on a study abroad program!"

Chile

"Being abroad is one of the most wonderful things that a person could do. I've been in Chile for about 2 months and I wouldn't change my decision in any moment. The main purpose of my trip was to make a shift in pediatrics but I've learned more than that. Being far away from family, experimenting different daily activities, using another system of living, challenging yourself to do stuff you've never planned to, all that helps you acquire many tools for being independent. I've faced challenges that have helped me grow in many aspects while I was still able to have fun exploring beautiful and exciting places."

England

"Studying English in London was an exceptional, extraordinary, incomparable and unforgettable experience in my life. Undoubtedly London is the ideal place to improve your English skills while enjoying your time with the vast variety of activities that this city has to offer. Some of them even for free. This multicultural hub also allows you to learn a variety of traditions and cultures from almost all over the world. From the bottom of my heart, I do recommend studying English in this extraordinary city. I can assure that studying in London will change the way you see English."

France

"During the second semester of 2015 I had one of the best trips of my life so far; I had the pleasure of taking one semester at the University of Bordeaux, in France. Aside of the hard work of getting used to the language I had the chance of exploring the city. Bordeaux is crossed by the river "Le Garonne", creating a very cool environment for students and young people to hang up. With the streets full of bars, pubs and restaurants, I had the chance to taste some of the best wines in the world. Inside the city I could move easily from one place to another taking the tram or even riding a bike. One of the most magical places is "Le mirror d'eau" down of the center of Bordeaux, a perfect place to have pique-nique (the French traditional way of having lunch). The city’s church is one of the most beautiful churches I've ever seen, is called \"Notre Dame\" as Paris’ one."

Germany

"I spent 7 years studying in Germany, during high school. Although German is not a world language, the country has a lot to offer to foreign students: top-class education (be prepared to work hard), an incredible cultural heritage, a sustainable lifestyle (cycling to work or uni is a favourite), and nice food!"

Netherlands

"For me going to the Netherlands through an exchange program was not only a matter of learning a different culture but also about getting to know amazing people and discovering myself. The greatest learning I had was looking at what life really meant, uncovering the different dreams of all the people I met from around the world. "

Spain

"During the first semester of 2015, I did a 6 month academic exchange in Alcoy, Spain. It is a small city located between Alicante and Valencia but it has a good university and beautiful landscapes for those who enjoy hiking. Valencia is also an awesome city, do not miss their paellas and the Museum of Arts and Science. I enjoyed my time in Spain for several reasons: The rhythm is different than in France, people that I met were very welcoming and “La siesta” (the nap) is mandatory !"

Italy

"This past month, I had the great pleasure of studying Italian in the beautiful city of Milano. Renown as the worlds capital for fashion and design, it is also an ideal place for a student to learn the Italian language and culture. The streets are filled with bars, cafés, shops, and restaurants, making it easy to apply and practice the language in everyday situations. To change things up, I often enjoyed reading, exercising, and walking in one of the cities numerous stunning, vibrant public parks. From the heart of the city, almost everything worth seeing is a walk away. For longer trips, a robust metro system makes traveling a breeze. I particularly loved the "Museo nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia," the largest science and technology museum in Italy, dedicated to the great Italian inventor Leonardo da Vinci."

South Africa

"Cape Town Here I go! That’s how started my journey in South Africa. Aside of being a cheaper destination to study English when compared to the other main destinations worldwide, South Africa offers a unique range of beauties and surprises to those who decide to live there. The South Africans are one of the most friendly people I’ve ever met, I couldn’t felt more at home than when I first got there. It was truly an incredible experience. During my time there, I had the chance to explore so many beautiful places, practice some different radical sports and also taste some of the typical south African foods and drinks!! Among of many different attractions in Cape Town, I really recommend the Lion’s head, Table mountains and the long Street!!!!"

Russia

"They say that the further you travel, the closest you are to yourself, and I have to say I know it for a fact after traveling from Colombia to Russia for a volunteer program. Getting out of my comfort zone, challenging myself to understand how other people's cultures and minds work was in fact life-changing. Put that together with seeing places as historically relevant and beautiful as the Red Square in Moscow, or the Winter Palace in Saint Petersburg, and you have the experience of a lifetime. I've always liked to travel, and my 6 weeks in Russia made me fall in love not only with traveling, but with the people you meet along the way. I met beautiful and talented individuals from India, Lithuania, Hong Kong, Mexico, and various regions in Russia, and from each and every one of them I learned a valuable lesson that I carry with me to this day. So, if you asked me what I would invest my money and time in, my answer, without a doubt, would be traveling, working to help other people, and putting myself in diverse environments."

India

"India has great things to offer you in terms of education and history. Though my experience in india was not so smooth, I did learn a lot. I had to overcome many problems while I was there but those problems made me a stronger person. When I saw the good and bad things happening in India, I would always remind myself that I was indefinitely stronger. This experience has taught me so much."

China

"During 2012, I had an incredible experience while I was learning Chinese on Beijing, the capital of China. That city has magic! Among all of the glorious temples, sculptures and many touristic places like the Great Wall of China, the experience is breathtaking. Chinese people are kind and have a friendly interest on foreigners, this allows a very well treatment towards us. They show themselves really happy at introducing foreigners to the whole Chinese culture, but they’re also always willing to hear about other nations. Besides the cheaper living costs compared with USA and European Countries, you’ll also have the opportunity of learning a language that's completely different to what you're used to. Those things and more, make Beijing a good choice for an exchange and having a wonderful experience!"

Japan

"I am currenly doing my Master thesis in Japan which is so called a land of the rising sun. In my experience, this country is truly amazing and one of the best choices for studying abroad. English is the main language I use here for my studies. In common life, most of the time, I have to use both, my basic Japanese and body language to communicate with locals. Eventhough English is not so popular here, till now I have not faced any major problems. Japanese people are always willing to help foreigners with full of kindness and hospitality. It is not surpising that Japan is the best destination worldwide for me."

South Korea

"Studying in Korea was one of the best decisions I've ever made for myself. As a business student I wanted to discover new perspectives and explore the dynamics of international markets. Being in Korea opened new opportunites for me and gave me the confidence to think outside the box. I made countless memories, met incredible people and gained life skills I will carry throughout the rest of my life"

Australia

"Australia is one of the most beautiful countries I have ever visited. Those super natural landscapes and exciting activities in Australia are definitely some of the main reasons why I want to go back there again. I studied in one of the language institutions in Brisbane, and it was a great experience. Instructors were very talented, and the school had lots of experiences in teaching as it has been established for a long time. During my time there I had the chance to meet students from all over the world, and learn their different cultures. Another fascinating fact that makes Australia attractive to international students is that a student can work while studying. By working part-time job, You can not only save money, but also helps you to improve your English skills. I worked at a coffee house in the city after the school, and had about a month trip to New Zealand and other cities in Australia with the money that I made."

New Zealand

"Studying abroad opens up a new world; you encounter new people, new languages, new surroundings, a new environment and most importantly, a new you. The time you spend away from home is when you get to discover the other side of yourself you never thought was a part of you. Coming up on my 10th year in New Zealand I can confidently say that moving there is one of the best decisions I've made in my life. Don't study abroad to see new places...do it to learn more about yourself!"

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Before the event
How does the event work?

The EDUvirtualEXPO is the smartest study abroad virtual fair in the world. It works just like an in person fair, bringing together Schools and universities from many different countries. Inside the platform, each school will have their own virtual booth, filled with information about their campuses, courses, programs, prices and much more. As a student you will have the opportunity to look for schools according to your preferences, visit their booths, check out their information and the best of all, chat live with them and have all of your questions answered.

I lost the email where I had my login information. How can I get another one?

Your login e-mail will be the one you used to register to the virtual fair. But In order to receive another password, you just need to click “forgot my password” and the system will send you a new one by e-mail .

How do I change my password?

If you wish to change your password please access your profile at www.EDUFINDME.com (EDUvirtualEXPO's official organizer) and then choose the following tabs, My Preferences > Account Configuration > Password > Edit. Remember, when you registered to attend the EDUvirtualEXPO, you have automatically created an account on EDUFINDME.com, The largest Social Network for studying abroad in the world.

I can't attend when the virtual fair begins. Can I still attend later?

The fair schedule is free, the login area will be available during the whole fair. You might choose to log in whenever is most convenient for you. We recommend not accessing the platform too late to give you enough time to check all the schools.

During the event
How can I look for specific programs in my area of interest?

As soon as you have logged into the platform, you will see a Smart Search Engine, that will enable you to look for schools, according to your own preferences. You will be able to search by name, type of programs, type of courses and/or locations.

After the event
How can I keep in touch with an institution after the event?

By registering for the EDUvirtualEXPO, you have automatically created an account at EDUFINDME.com (The Largest Social Network for Studying Abroad in the world). At EDUFINDME.com, you can look, find and connect with all the schools you met at the EDUvirtualEXPO and hundreds of others. Remember, your EDUFINDME.com login information will be the same as your EDUvirtualEXPO's one.

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