“Days of International Education” is the biggest education abroad fair in Europe, organised twice a year in the Baltic States (Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia), in Poland and since March 2022, in Budapest, Hungary.
The organiser of the large-scale event is Baltic Council for International Education – an education abroad agency with 28 years of experience and over 1000 partner institutions all over the world. Each year, around 50 educational institutions represent themselves at the fair, which attracts thousands of visitors.
Days of International Education was organised for the second time in Budapest on the 29th of October at Crowne Plaza Hotel. Just like on the first event in March, around 3000 visitors showed up throughout the day not only from Budapest, but also from all over the country. Visitors had the unique opportunity to meet the representatives of educational institutions and to get first-hand information about universities, secondary schools, language camps and courses abroad. About 80 percent of visitors were interested in higher education, 20 percent in secondary schools and 40 percent of all people who signed up for the event showed interest in summer camps, general language courses abroad and language exam preparation courses (IELTS).
The Netherlands and the UK remain the most popular study destinations among students planning to go abroad to continue their studies. Denmark, Finland and Sweden are also becoming more and more attractive, especially because of their practical, advanced educational system and their free education. An increasing number of students are also interested in studying in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Belgium, and even Canada or the US. The interest in Australian high schools and universities came as a surprise to everyone.
The next education abroad fair is going to be organised next March. Whoever is interested in studying abroad – universities, secondary schools, language courses – is encouraged to come, or to book an appointment for a free consultation with the experienced Hungarian Baltic Council team.
Source: Baltic Council Hungary