St. Edmund's College
Representatives of the St. Edmund's 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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Founded in 1568 by Cardinal William Allen, St Edmund's College is the oldest Catholic school in England, among its graduates throughout its existence, including 20 canonized saints and 133 martyrs. boys and seminar until 1975, after which it became fully co-educational in 1986.

The school occupies an impressive 400 acres in the rural Hertfordshire region and inspired by the Catholic heritage of the place, continues to promote the school's primary culture and goal. : to take care of the emotional, physical, intellectual and spiritual development of each person in the community. St Edmund's College enjoys a long standing in the education of international students. Also, students are guided how to make their way in the world, and in at the same time to make a difference in the world. Prayer and religious ceremony occupy a central place in the school community.
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