In March is the renowned education fair in Stuttgart instead of Mannheim, December 7, 2009 at 6 and the gymnasiale Oberstufe, students and young professionals from the greater Stuttgart area have again March 7, 2010 for two days the opportunity to inform themselves extensively about degree programmes, universities and alternative studies and forms of training: then the horizon in the Stuttgart Haus der Wirtschaft provides active help in deciding about life after high school. Universities, colleges and private study institutions from the region, throughout the country, as well as from neighbouring countries will present their study offers. Competent contact persons answer questions to the Bachelor and master courses and information on the specifics of the College and the College site. Exciting alternatives to studying are companies such as Siemens, EADS, and the Bayer AG, which present their dual training and education programmes in the areas of management, engineering, or computer science. Many institutions provide cross-cutting and background information about the different ways to complete a stay abroad prior to or during the study period. A comprehensive programme includes lectures and workshops also panel discussions with experts, for example, to the new degree structures or the various ways of financing your studies. With their specific exhibitor and visitor structure, the horizon offers a comprehensive information and advice forum for all prospective students, their parents, students and young professionals.
The discussions at the stands often take twenty to thirty minutes, and that’s exactly what the present universities, companies, and institutions want: motivated and interested visitors who come to the event with many questions in the luggage and with gained knowledge of opportunity, becoming clearheaded about the desired education and career path. The horizon is open on March 6th and 7th respectively from 10 to 16 hours. The admission is free. Detailed There’s about six weeks before the horizon under information around the event.