Master Education Fair Munster - Event Details
- Master Education Fair Munster
- Mensa am Ring, Munster
- Start date
- Saturday, 30-Jan-2021 starts 09:00
- End date
- Saturday, 30-Jan-2021 ends 16:00
- Target Audience
- Master, PhD, Professional, MBA, Graduate
- Price (as of)
- 2750 EUR
+ Master Education Fair Munster - Event Description
Master Education Fair Munster 2021 is part of the Master and More tour through Germany. For a number of years, this Tour has been the most comprehensive study abroad exhibition on master studies within Germany. This edition of the Master Education Fair in Munster is expected to draw over 60 European universities to Munster.
The Master Education Fair in Munster is aimed at master students, graduates and young professionals looking for a suitable master, MBA or postgraduate course. Exhibiting at the event will allow universities to meet talented and well-targeted German students who are looking for studies abroad.
The number of students in the city of Munster and surrounding areas totals around 350.000. Over 70% of German students are seriously considering studying abroad, according to recent surveys.
The exhibition is accompanied by a exhibition program in which academic and expert presentations are delivered on topics such as master degrees abroad, application, funding, starting salaries and much more.
This is your chance to recruit German students to your master and postgraduate programs. Registration for the Master Education Fair in Munster is now open.
+ Master Education Fair Munster - Participants
This year's exhibitors include:
Hertie Schoolof Governance
University of Southern Denmark
Huddersfield Business University
University of Birmingham
Robert Gordon University
Deflt University of Technology
University of Groningen
University of Melbourne
IE Business School
Hult International School
+ Master Education Fair Munster - Testimonials
"The organization of the event was excellent, which was evidenced by a good turn-out. I met a high number of well-qualified candidates with a variety of subject interests. The students I spoke to were well-informed about the kind of postgraduate options available to them; they had pertinent questions and an obviously genuine interest in further study. I would certainly recommend the fair to other institutions. It is a good medium to meet well-qualified, thoughtful candidates who may otherwise never have discovered the university.”
Michael Rogerson, Bangor University, UK
"The fair is very well organized. I like the fact that students get a list of universities and their courses in advance. So the students have been very well prepared. The students we talked to were already informed and really interested in our courses; therefore we had very good conversations.”
Adam Baxter, Robert Gordon University Aberdeen
+ Master Education Fair Munster - Exhibitor Info
German study abroad market
For a detailed report of the German study abroad market, please download the Germany Study Abroad Market Report 2020.
Things to do in Munster
Munster is the cultural centre of the Westphalia region, the bicycle capital of Germany and Germany’s Climate Protection Capital. There is lots to do. Here's a quick view.
Arts and Culture
More than 30 museums welcome you to explore the city: the Museum of Pablo Picasso, where you can enjoy his graphic works; the LWL Museum for Art and Culture; the Museum of Lacquer Art which exhibits a superb samples of lacquer artwork from all across the globe; Mühlenhof - the open-air museum showcases historic half-timbered buildings and windmills from the 17th to 19th centuries. Munster’s theatre scene is also quite diversified - Theater Münster, GOP Varieté-Theater, Theater im Pumpenhaus, Wolfgang-Borchert-Theater, Boulevard Münster in the Königspassage and more.
Cycle till you drop
Münster has been named the most bicycle-friendly city in Germany. The popular "Promenade" is a green belt that encompasses the old town with its double-rowed lime tree avenue. It is an important transportation corridor for all those travelling by foot, bicycle or inline skates.
Münster's historical City Hall - a gothic building from the mid-14th century, home to the Hall of Peace where the Spanish-Dutch Peace was signed. Muenster Cathedral (St. Paulus Dom) - along with the City Hall, it is one of the symbols of the city. It was built in the 13th century, representing a mixture of late Romanesque and early Gothic styles. The cathedral stands in the heart of the city, on a small hill called Horsteberg, which is encircled by the Roggenmarkt, Prinzipalmarkt and Rothenburg streets and by the Münstersche Aa River. Do not miss out on visiting also: St Lambert's Church, The Dominican Church, St. Clemens' Church, Carillons, Erbdrostenhof Palace, the Residence palace, Municipal library, the Botanical Garden.