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Time Contents
12:00 - 12:30 Registration
12:30 - 12:45 Opening Remarks by Eun Mee Kim,
Dean, Graduate School of International Studies, Ewha Womans University
13:00 - 16:30 Main Event: Fair & Information Session
16:40 - 16:50 Lucky Draw : 1st Prize - Free round trip ticket to Europe sponsored by Finnair
16:50- 17:00 Closing Remarks by H.E. Matti Heimonen, Ambassador of the Embassy of Finland
Time Lee San-Bong Hall (B4 / B412) Room B2 / B224
Country Title Country Title
13:00-13:30 Netherlands Study in Holland Ireland Study in Ireland
13:45-14:15 France Choose France for Your Higher Education! Austria Study and Research in Austria
14:30-15:00 Germany Study and Research in Germany Denmark Study in Denmark
15:15-15:45 UK Studying and Living in the UK
16:00-16:30 EU Erasmus+ Spain studyinspain.info

Time Room B2 / B225 Room B1 / B141
Country Title Country Title
13:00-13:30 UK IELTS: The English Test for the World Romania Romania: Eastern Gate of Europe for Higher Education and Research
13:45-14:15 Sweden Study in Sweden Italy Higher Education System in Italy
14:30-15:00 Belgium Study and Research in Flanders/Belgium Poland Study and Discover Poland
15:15-15:45 Hungary Study Medicine in Hungary Finland Study in Finland
16:00-16:30 Switzerland Excellence in Higher Education and Research in Switzerland Norway Studying and Living in Norway

Event 1 
Participants of the "Studying and Living in the UK" seminar by the British Council Korea will be eligible to 
win a 1-time IELTS free examination coupon (2 winners) and a notebook (5 winners) via a lucky draw.

Event 2 
Participants of the "Study and Research in Germany" seminar by the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) 
will be eligible to win a free 4-week German language class registration coupon (1 winner) by the 
Goethe-Institut Korea via a lucky draw.

*.Pre-registration on the SRIE official website is recommended, as there will be a lucky draw event at the end 
of the event providing a round flight ticket to Europe, sponsored by Finnair. The UK and Germany will arrange 
their own lucky draws with different items to win.