– Delhi exhibition presents students with an insight into studying abroad between 30 April and 1 May 2011

March 17, 2011 (PRLEAP.COM) Education News highlights that students in India looking for more information on what to expect when going to study in another country, should head to a special education fair being held in Delhi.

Running on consecutive days between 30th April and 1st May 2011, Education Worldwide India Delhi is set to present courses of almost every type from universities across India as well as some special appearances by overseas colleges. The fair is being organised to enable students to make the right choice in the next stage of their education in what could be a period lasting over three years. Attendees can also learn about career prospects and how studying particular subjects can help in matching up with different skill sets needed in the workplace.

Many of the top institutions from India are set to attend and they will be joined by international universities looking to attract new candidates. For many students in India studying somewhere new is a big attraction and India sends more students to the USA alone than any other country.

Visitors will be trying to maximise the full two days of the show and so many people are due to look for a hotel Delhi to be able to attend on both days.

Lek Boonlert, marketing head at commented: "This is an important occasion for many people as they can find out about many institutes all in one place. As people travel into Delhi finding suitable hotels may become limited so people are advised to search online beforehand."