MACES, an education consultancy firm in Bangladesh, held its annual multi-country education meet alongside fourth Personal statement writing competition award giving ceremony on Friday at a city hotel in the capital.
Representatives from around 80 universities of UK, USA, Canada, Australia, Japan, and Malaysia were present as student's advisor.
Hundreds of students participated in education meet and discussed their opportunities, confusions and scholarship issues with the representatives.
More than 600 students from 12 A 'levels schools in Dhaka and Chattogram registered for the 4th year of the annual MACES Personal Statement Writing Competition.
The competition judges this year were from eight world-renowned universities, University of Glasgow, University of Birmingham, Queen Marry University of London, City University of London, CATS Academy Cambridge, University of Nottingham, University of York and Coventry University.
This year's awardees are - Areeba Ali from DPS STS School, 1st runner up - Riyana Afroze from DPS STS School and second runner up - Rafiza Mirza from South Breeze School.
Every year MACES organise this multi-country education meet to help Bangladeshi students to understand their demand and requirements, which helps them to get their foreign education dream easier and faster.