With the joint effort of the French Office in Taipei / Campus France Taiwan, the DAAD German Academic Exchange Service, Information Center Taipei, the Netherlands Trade & Investment Office / Netherlands Education Support Office, The British Council Taipei, and the European Economic and Trade Office, the European Education Fair Committee (EEFT Committee) presents the 12th European Education Fair Taiwan (EEFT) this year.
Founded in 2002, the Committee has a non-profit objective and is solely devoted to the promotion of studying opportunities in European countries. It calls on European countries to work together to organize the fair in autumn every year. The “European Education Fair Taiwan” (EEFT) is one of the important education fairs in Taiwan.
We welcome higher education institutions who:
l Are officially established in Europe
l Are public or private
l Are able to provide officially recognised degrees
l Have the intention to recruit high quality and motivated students from Taiwan
l Would like to build up further relationships with Taiwanese institutions
*All the European educational institutions, except those from the organizing Countries (France, Germany, and the United Kingdom), could reach EEFT organising committee members and EEFT project manager DIRECTLY for application to join the fair.*
III. EEFT Goals
l Promote high-quality education in Europe
l Build a mutual trust and cooperation among European education institutions and schools.
l Provide accurate information on education, visa, traveling and scholarship
l Create a positive image of the European education to students and young professional
l Encourage Taiwanese students to choose Europe as their educational destination
IV. EEFT Fair Result in 2012
In the 2 new fair venues in Taipei and Kaohsiung, there were a total of 6,400 individual visitors attended the fair. EEFT 2012 welcomed 120 exhibitors in Taipei, 47 in Kaohsiung, from 13 European countries (Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom) and the European Commission to promote their study degree programs and to provide information on research and funding possibilities. EEFT 2012 has attracted high quality visitors during the 3 days of the fair.
The 2013 European Education Fair Taiwan (EEFT) registration is now opened!
If you wish to register for 2013 EEFT, please download the following documents:
By submitting the application, the institution agrees to the Terms and Conditions of the 2013 EEFT.
The registration deadline is Sep 1st , 2013
All UK institutions please apply the 2013 EEFT via the British Council. For UK exhibitors the Education UK Exhibitions terms and conditions will apply (excluding the section on consortium applications which are not available at this event). For further enquiries, please email to EducationUK.Events@britishcouncil.org.