Education fairs should not be overlooked this September @ Olympia Mall

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Getting ready for college is a major concern for students who have just completed  high school diploma exam in the past few weeks. The same concerns are compounded every year. However, on September 14 and 15 there is a “Higher Education Exhibition” at Olympia mall as an opportunity for those student  have a chance to get to know and to gain more information of each university and major. The vision of the “Higher Education Fair” is to provide opportunities for fresh high school graduated to get to know more about each universities, educational institutions, scholarships, technology education institutes and for groups of young people to start new technology businesses. Participate in the exhibit and showcased, will bring the audiences a lot of benefits and scholarship information, especially for students and guardians.

The “Higher Education Fair” is hold for the second time, lasting two days from September 14-15 from 9am to 10pm at the patio outside the Olympia Mall. Unlike last year, the “Higher Education Fair” will bring more information and programs than ever before, such as there are food and beverage booth for attendees to walk in, university booth and fun activities during the event.

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Participants should not overlook is a discussion on educational topics that will feature speakers from universities and well-known speakers providing educational experiences and jobs during the fair.

Speakers to attend on our program are:
1. Teacher Kou Sopheap (Buddhist monk, Kou Sopheap)
2. DJ NANA
3. Ms. Ung Chansophea, Deputy News Director at CNC TV and Head of Women committee at Union of Journalist Federations of Cambodia
4. Chhoy Sokunthaneth, Co-Founder of SomJot and many other famous speakers.

“Higher Education Fair” takes place over two days and there is no charge or registration in advance. So see you on September 14 and 15 at the Olympia mall!For more information: Contact the organizerName: Miss Heam Chetra, Miss Tann Kimchanveasna, Phone: +855 (0) 15 935 383 / +855 (0) 93 643 636