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European Higher Education Fair 2022 to benefit Filipino students, educators and researchers

The European Union continues to champion quality higher education as it launches its Virtual Hybrid European Higher Education 2022 in the Philippines on November 18-19, 2022, at Shangri-La Plaza, Mandaluyong.

The higher education fair provides access to information and fosters partnerships between European and Filipino higher education institutions to the benefit of students, academicians and researchers. Faculty, academicians, researchers and students can now register at at to participate in this most exciting fair. 

With the theme “Youth for Excellence and Innovation”, the EU is opening its doors for a sustainable partnership with local universities and higher education institutions. 

It is being organised by the EU Delegation to the Philippines together with the EU Member States’ Embassies, education services and Cultural Institutes and in collaboration with the Commission on Higher Education.  

This year’s university partners include regional university hubs such as the Wesleyan University and the University of Cordilleras (Luzon), Silliman University (Visayas) and other top-notch Philippine universities such as Ateneo de Manila University European Studies Programme, De La Salle University, Holy Cross of Davao College, Mabalacat City Colleges, Rizal Technological University, Trinity University of Asia, University of Sto Tomas, and Visayas State University.

As a centre of excellence in higher education, the EU aims at sharing best practices and approaches from its many outstanding universities and higher education institutions (EHEIs) with their Philippine counterparts.

This partnership aims to enhance student and faculty mobility, research collaboration, joint scientific activities, curricular enhancement, and policy formulation.

Opportunities for mobility and research grants like Erasmus+, Horizon Europe, Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions, and Jean Monnet are open for students and educators alike.

Aside from country presentations and EHEI representatives, alumni, and scholars will conduct briefing sessions, structured seminars/ webinars on higher education and mobility opportunities and programme offerings.  A networking event will also take place on November 18 at 7:30PM at Shangri-La Plaza.

Media partners this year include Adobo Magazine, CNN Philippines, iOrbit News, Philippine Daily Inquirer – INQPOP!, The Philippine Business and News, and When in Manila.

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