This fair hosted on December 2-3, 2020 will enable participants to learn about study and training opportunities in the Caribbean region as well as to interact with exhibitors and guest experts.
Partners of the ELAN project are pleased to announce the very first edition of the Virtual Student Fair, dedicated to vocational training and higher education, organized on December 2nd and 3rd 2020 with the support of Campus France, the French National Agency for the Promotion of Higher Education, International Student Services and International Mobility.
This fair is free and designed for students (high school and tertiary level), parents, teachers and also technical vocational trainees and trainers from the cooperation zone of the project (English-speaking Caribbean, Haiti, Martinique and Guadeloupe).
With this event, the ELAN project team wishes to promote exchange and cooperation between 70 exhibitors and visitors, allowing them to learn about the regional offer of studies and vocational training, and also to exchange with participating institutions and specialists on common regional hot topics during webinars. Visitors will also have the opportunity to consult internship offers, attend workshops to prepare their study experience abroad, assess their level in a foreign language (French or English) and, above all, try to win a prize in the great ELAN contest.
Registrations are open on https://www.elan-virtualforum.org.
For more information, visit the ELAN project website or social media (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter).
About the INTERREG ELAN project
Co-financed by the European program INTERREG Carribbean, the project ELAN “Linguistic exchanges and innovative learning with mobility” aims to encourage the mastery of the languages of the Caribbean and to strengthen the academic, student, teacher, university and professional mobility in the region. Its aim is to strengthen the employability and integration levers for young people, to stimulate the attractiveness and competitiveness of the targeted territories and to encourage the emergence of a shared Caribbean identity as a basis for successful and sustainable regional integration.