Презентации и семинары

Free presentations and seminars during the fair "Days of International Education"

Registration to the presentations:
Kaunas / Vilnius: + 370 (8 5) 2690056, lietuva@balticcouncil.org
Riga: + 371 67311610, info@balticcouncil.org
Tallinn: + 372 6998300, tallinn@balticcouncil.org
 

 

TALLINN  
Radisson Blu Hotel Olympia
Thursday, March 12
conference room “Epsilon”


11.00 – 11.30
“Your Pathway to UK universities. UCAS Placement Services”

Ms Valeria Malaja, Educational Consultant, Baltic Council for International Education
Do you want to study in the UK? This country offers a wide range of higher education programmes, so students have many opportunities, depending on their grades, talents and wishes. During the seminar you will have an opportunity to get information about UCAS - the centralized online system that manages applications to almost all UK universities. You will also be able to find out more about different programmes offered by British universities, entry requirements, tuition fees and loans, application deadlines, work opportunities and practical issues in the UK.

11.45 – 12.15
 “Higher Education in the Netherlands”

Ms Darja Fokina, Educational Consultant, Baltic Council for International Education
The Netherlands is one of the most popular study destinations in Europe. This country offers a wide choice of academic programmes in the English language, research and applied sciences universities, reasonable tuition fees and international environment for students from all over the world. Come to the seminar with a Dutch university graduate and find out more about undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, student loans and grants, application process and deadlines, entry requirements, etc. After the seminar you will have the opportunity to ask our professional staff members any questions about studies in the Netherlands.

12.30 – 13.00
“IELTS Preparation Course at the Wimbledon School of English”

Ms Sjors Helderman, Sales and Digital Communications Officer, Wimbledon School of English, Great Britain
IELTS is just the starting pint – how to get both a great exam result and prepare for university study – and life! In this presentation we will give top tips for your IELTS exam, but also look at how to get the most out of your university study with advice on all aspects of UK academic study and insights into university life.

13.15 – 13.45
 „University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest – Where your passion becomes a profession”

Kata Mészáros, International Relations Manager, University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest
The University of Veterinary Medicine of Hungary provides its students with one of the highest standarts of education in Europe. Those who apply to this university choose the most beautiful profession, researching the wonders of nature and curing animals. The degree students get here ensures outstanding career prospects, a respected, well paid and acknowledged profession.

14.00 – 14.30
“SAMK – High Quality Education from Western Finland”
Ms Heini Korvenkangas, Senior Lecturer in Tourism and Entrepreneurship, Team Leader, Satakunta University of Applied Sciences (Finland)
Satakunta University of Applied Sciences (SAMK) is a multi-disciplinary and an international higher education institute with four campuses on the west coast of Finland. SAMK is a significant creator of experts as well as a developer, a propeller of internationalisation and a promoter of entrepreneurship. SAMK has a vision that all students will be employed. Therefore, teaching and learning in SAMK is based on work-based approaches with strong focus on co-operation with different fields of industry.

14.45 – 15.15.
HSE University - St Petersburg: make a step into your future

Marina Sannikova, Director, Centre for International Education, HSE University Saint Petersburg
Choosing a university is a complicated and, to some extent, landmark decision. To make it, you need to answer a million questions. What will I study? What will be the learning and living conditions? Who will study together with me? Will I have a successful career? Will I feel comfortable?
HSE University is one of the most dynamic universities in Russia. Our key goal is to be a comfortable international environment, a platform for exchanging opinions and holding an open dialogue, a place for supporting and fostering talents. During the seminar we’ll answer the most important questions, tell everything about Bachelor´s and Master´s programmes at HSE  - St Petersburg (the range of disciplines is really wide – from Design and Philology to Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics), grant opportunities, international exchange programmes and the life in one of the most beautiful cities of the world!


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RIGA
Radisson Blu Hotel Latvija
Saturday, March 14
conference room „Sigma”

11.00 – 11.30
“Your Pathway to UK universities. UCAS Placement Services”

Ms Tatjana Taraseviča, University of Glasgow Graduate, a UCAS Senior Advisor, Baltic Council for International Education
Do you want to study in the UK? This country offers a wide range of higher education programmes, so students have many opportunities, depending on their grades, talents and wishes. During the seminar you will have an opportunity to get information about UCAS - the centralized online system that manages applications to almost all UK universities. You will also be able to find out more about different programmes offered by British universities, entry requirements, tuition fees and loans, application deadlines, work opportunities and practical issues in the UK.

11.45 – 12.15
 “Higher Education in the Netherlands”

Ms Darja Fokina, Educational Consultant, Baltic Council for International Education
The Netherlands is one of the most popular study destinations in Europe. This country offers a wide choice of academic programmes in the English language, research and applied sciences universities, reasonable tuition fees and international environment for students from all over the world. Come to the seminar with a Dutch university graduate and find out more about undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, student loans and grants, application process and deadlines, entry requirements, etc. After the seminar you will have the opportunity to ask our professional staff members any questions about studies in the Netherlands.

12.30 – 13.00
Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences

Ms Julia Fedosejeva, Marketing Specialist
Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences – presentation of English and Russian curricula. The university for business driven people who are after the next big thing. Challenge life before it challenges you!

13.15 – 13.45
“IELTS Preparation Course at the Wimbledon School of English”

Ms Sjors Helderman, Sales and Digital Communications Officer, Wimbledon School of English, Great Britain
IELTS is just the starting pint – how to get both a great exam result and prepare for university study – and life! In this presentation we will give top tips for your IELTS exam, but also look at how to get the most out of your university study with advice on all aspects of UK academic study and insights into university life.

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VILNIUS
Radisson Blu Hotel Lietuva
Sunday, March 15
conference room „Beta”

12.00 – 12.30
 “Higher Education in the Netherlands” (IN ENGLISH)

Mr Adam Dziedzic, Graduate of the Tilburg University, Educational Consultant, Baltic Council for International
The Netherlands is one of the most popular study destinations in Europe. This country offers a wide choice of academic programmes in the English language, research and applied sciences universities, reasonable tuition fees and international environment for students from all over the world. Come to the seminar with a Dutch university graduate and find out more about undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, student loans and grants, application process and deadlines, entry requirements, etc. After the seminar you will have the opportunity to ask our professional staff members any questions about studies in the Netherlands.

12.45 – 13.15
"Studijoms Anglijoje TAIP – tinkamiausios Tau profesijos paieška" (LIETUVIŲ KALBA)

Ms Daiva Siautilaitė, Vyresnioji išsilavinimo užsienyje konsultantė, Baltic Council for International Education.
Seminaro metu sužinosite apie populiariausias studijų programas Jungtinės Karalystės universitetuose bei aptarsite stojimo reikalavimus, mokslo kainą, paskolų teikimo tvarką, stojimo dokumentų pateikimo terminus ir praktinę informaciją apie šalį.

13.30 – 14.00
“Free Professional Education in the UK”

Mr Sam Swann, International Business Development Manager, Exeter College
In the United Kingdom, schools are either state schools - funded by government and are free for all pupils, or they are independent schools - charging fees to the parents of the pupils. This presentation is an introduction into UK FE colleges (funded education) and the programmes they offer student ages 16+.  FE Colleges focus on both academic and professional vocational courses that allow entry into direct employment or progression to University. This presentation is designed to give you a brief oversight of the different courses, how they are taught and how they can benefit your child.
 

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KAUNAS
Park Inn Radisson Kaunas
Monday, March 16
conference room „Beta”


11.30 – 12.00
"Studijoms Anglijoje TAIP – tinkamiausios profesijos paieška!" (LIETUVIŲ KALBA)

Ms Daiva Siautilaitė, Vyresnioji išsilavinimo užsienyje konsultantė, Baltic Council for International Education.
Seminaro metu sužinosite apie populiariausias studijų programas Jungtinės Karalystės universitetuose bei aptarsite stojimo reikalavimus, mokslo kainą, paskolų teikimo tvarką, stojimo dokumentų pateikimo terminus ir praktinę informaciją apie šalį.

12.15 – 12.45
 “Higher Education in the Netherlands”

Mr Adam Dziedzic, Graduate of the Tilburg University, Educational Consultant, Baltic Council for International Education.
The Netherlands is one of the most popular study destinations in Europe. This country offers a wide choice of academic programmes in the English language, research and applied sciences universities, reasonable tuition fees and international environment for students from all over the world. Come to the seminar with a Dutch university graduate and find out more about undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, student loans and grants, application process and deadlines, entry requirements, etc. After the seminar you will have the opportunity to ask our professional staff members any questions about studies in the Netherlands.

13.00 – 13.30
“Why study at Northumbria University”

Lina Sernaite, International Recruitment Coordinator (Europe), Northumbria University
This presentation will give you an in depth look at Northumbria University. The presentation will cover what courses you can study at Northumbria University, as well as show you why Newcastle upon Tyne is regularly voted the best student city in the UK. Finally, we will talk about job opportunities in the UK and all facilities available at Northumbria University.

13.45 – 14.15
Study and Research in Germany - Top-Quality without Tuition Fees

Heiko Marten, Director, DAAD German Academic Exchange Service
The presentation provides an overview of study and research opportunities in Germany. You will receive answers to questions such as: Why going to Germany for your studies or your academic career? How to find the right university? Where and how to apply? How to find funding for your stay?

15.00 – 15.45
Academic Summer / Academic Camp

Helen Lami, Director, Academic Summer / Academic Camp
Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) - the best way to make progress with your English language skills and prepare for study abroad.
The CLIL curriculum is based on the 4 Cs - Content, Communication, Cognition and Culture. Come and find out more and find out about Academic Summer camps in the UK, Canada and Switzerland. An Academic Summer camp is the first step on your journey to studying abroad.

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