Brussels Studies and Occupations Fair at Tour et Taxis, November 21st and 22nd
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Brussels Studies and Occupations Fair at Tour et Taxis, November 21st and 22nd

The upcoming Studies and Occupations Fair, organised by the Siep, will take place on Friday and Saturday, from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, at Tour et Taxis, in Brussels. Admission is free. The information service on studies and careers (Siep) is hosting a fair for pupils, students, parents and job seekers on November 21st and 22nd, in Brussels. The Siep fair is an opportunity for universities, grandes écoles, colleges and secondary schools to provide an overview of their programs.

Visitors can also enquire about training and education in social promotion, language courses and international studies. They can also get practical advice from Siep members and experts from PMS centres.

The STIB, the police and the army will be attending the Tour et Taxis fair to provide information to visitors about careers and employment opportunities with them.

The organisers said that the fair would cover five areas and stretch over 6,600 square metres. It will host 95 stalls and promote over 500 training courses. Last year, the event attracted 17,000 visitors. Information is currently available on the website: www.salons.siep.be.

(Source: Belga)

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