The 2015 China Education Expo will be held in Beijing on Oct. 24 and 25, when some 600 schools from more than 40 countries and regions will try to attract Chinese students.
The organizer, the China Education Association for International Exchange, said on Friday that embassies, education authorities and schools from the participating countries will join the expo, promoting their education systems and explaining the application and visa process to prospective students.
Nearly 100 schools will organize face-to-face interviews to provide the students with customized evaluation and suggestions.
Participating countries include the United States, Britain, Russia, Australia, Germany and Israel.
Nearly 1.5 million Chinese were studying abroad as of the end of 2013, according to the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security.
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