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With tuition fees for top UK universities now at £9000 per annum, you need to be sure that the education that you get will be worth the fees that you’ll have to pay back after you graduate. The good news is that due to the fee increase many top British students are looking beyond the United Kingdom’s shores for their university education – with many going to the best universities in America, Ireland, continental Europe and even further afield. The really good news is that many international universities are offering generous scholarships to the brightest students to ease the cost of university education and encourage the best to come and study them. One of America’s best universities – the New York University (NYU)’s NYU Abu Dhabi is looking for bright graduates to join their truly global institution in the UAE. You can find out more about their Open Day below:
New York University Abu Dhabi Open Day
Tuesday, 3 July 2012
NYU London Academic Centre
6 Bedford Square
London WC1B 3RA
Please come to the above event, which will provide you with an opportunity to learn more about the fabulously prestigious and generous scholarships, which you as a top Oxbridge standard applicant should be in pole position to win at NYU Abu Dhabi, a part of the world’s first global network university. You will also have a unique opportunity to learn more about NYU Shanghai, which will open in 2013.
You will meet and interact with representatives from the NYU Abu Dhabi and NYU Shanghai leadership teams, and will receive information about the admissions process, student life, study away opportunities, as well as undergraduate research and academics at both campuses.
There will be two sessions available. The morning session will be held from 10:00 AM-12:00 PM, and the afternoon session will be from 2:00-4:00 PM.
We hope that you will join us for one of these sessions.
Alexandra Lowe: firstname.lastname@example.org or (0) 79 7552 3571
Please indicate which session you plan to attend, and reply by Tuesday 26 June. Spaces are limited.
The university offers a broad range of degree programmes – and has all the flexibility that the American system of Majors and Minors has to offer. Meaning that if you’re someone with a broad range of interests, it might just be perfect!