Study in Europe Fair 2020

Monday – Tuesday 23-24th November : 4-9pm

​About Study in Europe

Study in Europe is your one-stop education fair in Korea on studying and living in Europe.

Join us to find out more about what is it like to study in the various countries in Europe, scholarship opportunities or even just to broaden your horizon.

Participating Countries
















The Netherlands





Join our event and discover more on studying in Europe at the 54 different booths of 18 European countries that will be present. Do you want more information on one specific country, then certainly join the webinar-sessions as well.

Monday 23th November (pm, Korean time)


Study in Belgium: Wallonia, Brussels and Flanders


Highlight your future. Study in Austria.


Study & Research in Europe: Erasmus+ and EURAXESS


Study in Holland


Study in Hungary


Study, Research and Funding Opportunities in Germany


Study in Ireland

Tuesday 24th November


Study in Denmark


Study in Italy


Study Opportunities for International Students in Latvia


Study in Estonia


Study in Finland


Why study in Spain?


Live and Learn the Swedish way: Embassy of Sweden


Higher Education in Switzerland – Getting ready to boost innovation

Study in Europe 2020

Message from the European Union Ambassador to the Republic of Korea

Welcome to our 1st virtual edition of Study in Europe Fair in the Republic of Korea!

We are delighted to invite all of you to our annual Study in Europe Fair scheduled on 23rd-24th November 2020 in a digital format to accommodate the new environment due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are grateful to be able to organise the event and appreciate the tremendous interest from both Europe and Korea despite the challenges and limitations posed by the pandemic.

Europe and Korea share the firm belief that education is essential for shaping our future and connecting people. Erasmus+, the EU’s flagship education programme, was born out of a need for better education through mobility and connectivity. I believe this is even more apparent in the time of the pandemic. In this respect, Studying in Europe provides great potential to create new learning and career pathways.

We have more than 50 European universities and institutions from 18 countries participating in the virtual fair this year. It will present and offer unique opportunities, such as various scholarship and study programmes, to those who are interested or planning to study and research in Europe in the near future.

At the first digital edition of Study in Europe, participants will be able to interact with universities and institutions through live chats (partial interpretation available) and learn those opportunities through webinars conducted by the representatives of the participating European Institutions. There will be a total of 12 webinar sessions followed by live Q&A, covering a wide range of issues from the university application process, living conditions, job prospects to an overview of bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programmes and much more.

I would like to encourage all of you to explore this virtual fair and visit each booth. Gaining international experience and multilateral cultural exposures will be of your unique value for your future endeavour. You could be the next one to benefit from excellent study and research opportunities in Europe and beyond!

Maria Castillo Fernandez
European Union Ambassador to the Republic of Korea

Frequently Asked Questions


You can browse the exhibition hall, visit the virtual booths of various European countries and Higher Education providers and chat to our course and application specialists. We also offer you webinars that tell you everything you need to know about your study and research options in Europe.
This is an online event. You do not have to travel to any specific location. You can participate anywhere where you have Internet access.
Everyone is welcome! Students at universities, schools, their parents, friends, family members, staff from universities and institutions.
You can speak Korean or English; translation services will be provided.
Yes, you will need to register here.
The information you provide helps us in documenting and tailoring our fairs to the needs of everyone attending. All data are treated anonymously and we do not know at any stage who entered them.
You can use your email address that you have entered during registration for login on the days of the event.
You can access our fair from almost any device. This includes mobile phones, tablets and desktop computers.
No. You do not need to download or install any software to participate.
Send an email to for any technical assistance.
Yes. Like in a physical event, we will have a Swag bag for you – in an online form! You can add all of the documents available at the exhibitors’ stalls to the online bag in your account and then email them to yourself or share items simply by entering their email.
Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox
After you have registered for the Study in Europe Fair, you will receive an email with the confirmation of your registration. During the fair, on 23-24th November, you can login using your email address. Once you are logged in, you have access to all booths in the Exhibit Hall. Go to the booth you are interested in and browse through the documents at your disposal. Do you want more in depth information? In that case, don’t hesitate to chat with the representatives of the university. They are available both for a group chat, or, on your demand, for an individual conversation as well.