Canadian universities to host education fair
Staff from seven Canadian universities will visit Bermuda next month to meet potential students.
The representatives will tour the island’s high schools as part of the Atlantic Canadian Education Fair.
They will also hold an information session at the Hamilton Princess for prospective students and their parents.
Representatives include admissions counsellors and staff from Mount Allison University, Acadia University, St Francis Xavier University, Dalhousie University, NSCAD University, Mount Saint Vincent University and the University of Prince Edward Island.
Staff members will visit the Berkeley Institute, Bermuda High School, CedarBridge Academy, Saltus Grammar School, Mount Saint Agnes Academy and Warwick Academy.
The fair will run on February 5 and 6.
The student-parent event will be held at Hamilton Princess Hotel and Beach Club from 6.30pm to 8.30pm on February 5.
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