EDUCATION SOCIAL & HEALTH

An increasing number of Romanian children decide to study in high schools abroad


*World Education Fair: Representatives of over 25 major foreign high schools came to meet young Romanians

Over the last weekend, Integraledu organized a new edition of World Education Fair, dedicated to elite camps and high schools worldwide. The event presented a new concept, providing attendants a series of interesting activities and experiences. Attendants did not only have the chance to know and interact with the representatives of over 25 elite school institutions, but also to attend interesting presentations held by Mr. Ed Perryman – Regional Recruitment and Marketing Manager for Astrum Education, who discussed the subject „Preparing Students for 2025: What should our children look forward to in 2025?” and Ms. Helen Lamy – Manager for Academic Summer Limited presented “Contemporary methods for the early study of foreign languages in Europe.・
And, due to the fact that the event was held in the Eve of St. Nicholas, young students with excellent accomplishments were offered rewards as well. Throughout presentations, they benefited of a small party, where they were allowed to play and listen to music.

During the event, there was also a drawing of lots, were the prizes included a visit to an EduCamp, three vouchers worth EUR 300 and the new catalog of 2016 EduCamps with updated offers, with additional prices cuts of up to 10 per cent brought by the attendance to the event.

EduCamps prepare children for a successful future, and high level education institutions grant high level of attention to the entire profile of students. Volunteering and charity deeds are encouraged. It is highly important that they get help in developing their character as early as during their childhood, a press release issued by Integraledu shows. Therefore, Integraledu in partnership with SOS Children’s Villages organized a whip-round at the fair. School materials offered by parents and children will be distributed afterwards, as a donation, to children in the three programmes by SOS: Bucharest, Hemeius, Bacau and Cisnadie, Sibiu.

SOS Children’s Villages Romania was founded in the year 1990. The Association conducts three national level programs in Bucharest, Sibiu and Bacau and provides family care (SOS villages), counseling services (Counseling and Support Centres for Parents and Children) and educational services.
Among the attendants to this year’s edition, there were prestigious institutions of Austria, Germany, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and North America.

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