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QS World Grad School Tour Africa

Next Event:


Monday, 2nd Mar 2020
15:30 - 20:00
Hotel Sofitel Casablanca Tour Blanche

Discover information about studying in different countries, meet face to face with admission directors from top universities offering a broad spectrum of Masters and PhD programs and find a university best suited to fulfil your career aspirations at the QS World Grad School Tour. 

Features of the tour

  • Access to a platform of scholarships worth up to US$ 7 Million for all attendees
  • Attend various information sessions and presentations by top ranked universities
  • Get Expert Admission, Test Preparation, Funding and Career Advice
  • The first 100 attendees at each event will receive a complimentary copy of the latest QS TopGrad School Guide

Tour dates in Africa


1. How will a Master’s help my career progression?
Pursuing a higher degree is one of the best options to advance your career, widen your horizons and earn higher salaries. Today’s employers prefer to take on employees with masters or doctoral degrees, regardless of how much experience a candidate with a bachelor’s degree may have. Holding a master ’s degree proves to employers that you have the drive to complete a challenging program and have recently gained in-depth knowledge of the newest industry techniques that you can readily put into practice on a daily basis in your job.
2. Is the GRE™, IELTS and TOEFL required for a Master’s or PhD?
Most universities abroad will require a minimum TOEFL or IELTS score which varies from university to university. While GRE™ is the most widely- accepted Master’s admissions exam, there are some cases where universities will waive this off based on your GPA. There are few programs that do not require you to take the GRE™. Attend our dedicated Study abroad seminars and GRE workshops to find out about the admission requirements from top universities and test preparation advice.
3. How should I prepare for attending the QS World Grad School Tour?
Selecting and applying for a Master’s or PhD program is a long and enduring process. Do your research about the universities you want to meet at the fair, ask specific questions related to the Master’s and PhD Programme’s and dress smartly to the fair as first impression is the best impression. Most admissions directors are there for that initial meeting with prospective candidates, so don’t expect to be handing out your résumé to everyone you meet, but in case you’re asked, it always pays to be prepared. So carry one!