Gulf News Study in Canada fair begins in Dubai

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Gulf News CEO, Editor-in-Chief and Executive Director of Publishing, Abdul Hamid Ahmad, inaugurated the event with Rahul Paitka, Managing Director, Charms Education and Immigration Services
Image Credit: Ahmed Ramzan/ Gulf News

The Gulf News Study in Canada education fair, organised in partnership with Charms Education and Immigration Services, has begun at Radisson Blu Waterfront Dubai today. With more than 25 prestigious Canadian universities, colleges and career service providers participating, the event is expected to see nearly 3,000 visitors exploring their higher education options in Canada.

Over the next two day, visitors will be offered expert guidance on undergraduate, postgraduate, certificate and research programmes in Canada, as well a chance to attend counselling sessions, workshops and seminars.