Wednesday 9 October 2019, 1200 - 1600, GU Union
Come along to the GoAbroad Fair to find out how you can use your degree to see the world. The GoAbroad Fair is a chance for University of Glasgow students to:
- Find out about the different countries where you can go on exchange
- Meet and hear from students who have studied or worked abroad to learn about their experience
- Listen to presentations from the GoAbroad team about all programmes, opportunities and general application information
- Speak to subject coordinators and gain all the important academic information related to studying abroad
- Talk to the GoAbroad team to find out about exchanges and how to apply
1200 - 1400, Debates Chamber:
Talks from the GoAbroad team and partners covering information on programmes, eligibility, applications and much more. Places are limited so please arrive early to avoid missing out on these talks.
|1215 - 1300||GoAbroad Overview & Application Timeline||Debates Chamber||GoAbroad Team|
|1300 - 1330||Employability & GoAbroad||Debates Chamber||Careers Service|
|1330 - 1345||Disability Support for GoAbroad Applicants||Debates Chamber||Disability Service|
|1345 - 1400||FCO Travel Aware Campaign||Debates Chamber||Foreign Commonwealth Office|
1400 - 1600, Reading Room/Bridie Library/Dining Hall:
Stop by your subject's stall and chat through the degree specific information you need to know before applying to go abroad. The GoAbroad team will have a stall in the Dining Hall for you to ask any practical/general GoAbroad questions and the Erasmus Student Network Society will also have a stand at the fair.
1400 - 1600, Debates Chamber: Student presentations:
Hear from GoAbroad Student Ambassadors about their personal experience abroad. Places are limited so please arrive early to avoid missing out on these talks.
|1405 - 1425||International Exchange||Debates Chamber|
|1430 - 1450||European Exchange||Debates Chamber|
|1455 - 1515||Work Abroad||Debates Chamber|
|1520 - 1540||Summer Opportunities||Debates Chamber|
Open to all University of Glasgow students from all disciplines. Registration on arrival.
We aim to ensure that people have equal access to public events. If you need alternative formats or other reasonable adjustments, please contact Daniel Pugh or 0141 330 2300 with your request so that arrangements, where possible, can be made.