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EduChinaLINK Successfully Held the "Chinese Universities International Recruitment Exhibition" in Bangladesh
On January 7, 2010 the "Chinese Universities International Recruitment Exhibition" organized by EduChinaLINK, convened at the Sheraton Hotel, Dhaka, Bangladesh where 25 first-rate Chinese universities were present.


At the portal of the "Chinese Universities International Recruitment Exhibition" in Bangladesh

At the exhibition EduChinaLINK and 25 leading Chinese institutions of higher education provided senior, professional and detailed consultation, winning acclaim and strong support from students as well as their parents.


Bangladeshi students and their parents are visiting the exhibition.

How to manage to map out a splendid life of studing in China? This has been a concern of constant attention in Bangladesh and other nations.

"China has seen a surge of foreign students with numbers hitting a record high of 256,000 in 2010, and the demands of International students for studying in China have become diversified. EduChinaLINK serves as a specialized organization to meet the practical demands for overseas study of International students along with their nations and to go with the 'Studying in China' trend," said MsZhanglu, CEO of EduChinaLINK.


Ms Zhanglu, CEO of EduChinaLINK, is offering professional consultation on studying in China for students.


The exhibition staff dressed in SICAS uniforms are welcoming Mr. Muhammed Osman Faruq, Bangladeshi current Minister of Education.

The exhibition attracted official attention as well. It was great honor to have the Honourable Muhammed Osman Faruq, Bangladeshi current Minister of Education, to visit the exhibition. The Minister referred to the exhibition as "a great opportunity for those who wish to realize their dreams of studying in China" and spoke highly of the role EduChinaLINK played in the cause of studying abroad in China.


Mr. Muhammed Osman Faruq, Bangladeshi current Minister of Education, is at the exhibition.

"Strong partnership in the area of education would help strengthen bilateral ties between the two countries (Bangladesh and China). As a result, we need more professional consultation institutions like EduChinaLINK to transfer their knowledge and expertise to help Bangladesh to build a knowledge-based society," the Minister said while visiting the exhibition.