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Avignon - Train de l'orientation
Avignon, France 17 November / 2012
Get entrance ticket to the trade show in advance. Choose the number of tickets, fill in a form and get them to your email.
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About the trade show
For the fifth consecutive year, the train crosses France this season and offers 14 different stops. Train is the step for each city, an appointment not to be missed.
It is organized under the patronage of the Ministry of National Education, Youth and the Voluntary Sector and the Ministry of Higher Education and Research.
The highlight of the season offers young students, students and their parents a direct meeting with stakeholders of higher education.
Each car theme brings together exhibitors representing multiple opportunities for prosecution of studies and varied sectors. Whether institutional, corporate, or training institutions, the public will get all the necessary information to policy choices.
Studies short gists, general or specialized (commerce, communication, engineering, art, etc.) will be explained. Course content, purpose and opportunities will be detailed. Conferences in the car, a journalist writing for the student completes their information and deliver all relevant information on the possibility of lawsuits post-bac particular.
Being again partner Train Orientation, SNCF imagine the future with youth. Steps 14 cities, 14 appointments given to young people and their parents to meet professionals from all sectors and explore all areas of the SNCF (more than 100 different trades, to discover also sncf.com).
Zoom on the CPU: the Conference of University Presidents (CPU) represents and defends the interests of institutions that includes universities, national institutes polytechnics, teacher training colleges, major institutions, research centers and higher education ( PRES).