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MPW Schools and College
MPW Schools and College
Representatives of the MPW Schools and College will be attending the Fair and will be able to provide you with detailed information about their organization.

Take advantage of a personal consultation by simply completing a registration prior to the event.

In addition, next to one-to-one meetings with the delegates, you will be able to participate in expert workshops and presentations on education-related topics, as well to benefit from special discounts and many other great offers.

Complete the registration and get your free ticket by using the button “Register".
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The MPW Group was founded in 1973 by three Cambridge University graduates, consists of three separate colleges, located in London, Cambridge and Birmingham, and offers flexible and diversified study programs. The colleges are administered according to a unique management model and share common principles and methods of study. The excellent reputation is due to the reunification of the following concepts: individual methods of study, in accordance with the concrete needs and objectives of the students; study in small groups of up to 8 students; practical orientation of the courses; balanced and flexible school syllabus, with a wide variety of subjects and possibilities of combination; permanent monitoring of the progress of each student; professional guidance and support during the process of admission to university. Particular attention is paid to the examination techniques.

MPW - London
The college is located in South Kensington, near Imperial College and the most famous museums and galleries in London. It is housed in a beautiful 19th century building, which has been completely reconstructed and modernized and has a media room, specialized computer rooms, music and film, art and ceramics workshops, two photography studios, six laboratories of biology, chemistry, physics and informatics. The renovated theater studio offers excellent conditions for rehearsals and performing performances.

MPW - Cambridge
Cambridge College is located near the Botanical Garden of the University and has two neighboring buildings, located in the city center. The central base is hosted by Brookside, a four-story Victorian-style building that offers spacious and bright classrooms, three specialized scientific laboratories and an art studio. Most of the classrooms are equipped with audio-video equipment, interactive whiteboards and projectors. Facilities also include two reading rooms for individual training, a 15-seat digital library and a spacious exam room. The college is an authorized examination center for the support of several official tests. Students have at their disposal a common recreation room and a café where hot and cold drinks and food are served. The second building, located on Panton Street, is also built in the Victorian style and includes spacious classrooms and a common recreation room. The sporting activities take place in the school premises The Leys, located opposite the college.

MPW - Birmingham
Birmingham College is in a quiet, green area - Edgbaston, near the university campus, and offers excellent study conditions. The facilities offered include scientific laboratories and two computer rooms. Most classrooms are equipped with multimedia and interactive whiteboards. Students have a common room for recreation, where drinks and snacks can be served.
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