Graduate Art School in Europe

LONDON, June 25, 2013

The international fair of masters and doctorates world's most prestigious Latin American visit of the August 31 to September 14.

Some of the best universities and business schools around the world will attend the QS World Grad School Tour for prospective international students meet with masters and doctorates. During the show you can talk with admissions directors from some of the top universities such as Yale, London School of Economics, Melbourne University, Bocconi among others.

A wide range of graduate programs will be represented at each fair: finance, management, engineering, computer science, international relations, creative arts, education and more.

Peter MacDonald, director of exhibitions, said: "The best universities in the world are always looking for the best candidates. Latin America remains a popular market for student recruitment due to the profile of the students who attend QS World Grad School Tour positively matching the criteria of these universities. "

For candidates concerned about how to finance their graduate studies, the QS World Grad School Tour offers $ 1.2 million in scholarships exclusively for attendees.

The tour will take place in the following cities:

Date: Saturday August 31

Location: Hotel Hilton Mexico City Reforma (Avenue Juarez 70 Colonia Centro)

Hours: 12:30 to 17:00

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Date: Monday, September 2

Location: Hotel JW Marriott Bogota (Calle 73 # 8-60)

Hours: 15:30 to 21:00

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Date: Wednesday, September 4

Location: Hotel Renaissance Caracas La Castellana (Av Eugenio Mendoza and Calle Urdaneta, La Castellana)

Hours: 15:30 to 21:00

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Date: Friday, September 6

Location: Hotel Swissotel Lima (Via Central 150Centro Real Business)

Hours: 15:30 to 21:00

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Date: Monday, September 9

Location: Hotel Intercontinental Santiago (Vitacura Avenue 2885Las Counts)

Hours: 15:30 to 21:00

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Date: Wednesday, September 11

Location: Hotel Marriott Plaza (Florida 1005)

Hours: 15:30 to 21:00

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Date: Thursday, October 17

Location: Occidental Miguel Angel

Miguel Angel 29-31

Hours: 15:30 to 20:00

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