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Events: QS Grad School Fair - Free tickets for SFU students

August 17, 2015

The following post is on behalf of the QS Grad School Fair.

Meet the World's Top Grad Schools in Vancouver!

This is an exclusive free entry offer (a savings of $15) for all Simon Fraser students and alumni who are interested in Grad School!

Register now for the QS Grad School Fair at and find out how Grad School can help you fast-track your path to a thriving, enjoyable and in demand career!

Meet face-to-face with admissions directors from over 30 of the top-ranked local & international grad schools such as UCLA, University of Oxford, University College London & HEC Paris; learn about the best Masters/PhD programs in the world & apply for exclusive scholarships! Also attend complimentary seminars from industry experts to hear their invaluable insight.

In order to gain free entry, you need to register online at  to secure a place at the event and remember to quote “Simon Fraser promo” at the door.

Check the QS World Grad School Tour Vancouver page at for the complete list of attending grad schools, complimentary seminars and event agenda.

Event Date & Time:

  • Tuesday, 8th September 2015
  • 2:30pm - 8:00pm
  • Vancouver Convention Centre East
  • 999 Canada Place
  • Vancouver  BC V6C 3C1

Event Contact Information:

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