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From all of us at Studycentral, we would like to wish you a very happy holidays and best wishes this season.
Looking back it is hard to believe that so much has happened since January! 2012 was full of great events and happenings, and we look forward to working and networking together in 2013.
This month’s newsletter was filled with some important announcements and we want to make sure you didn’t miss anything!
Are you looking to target prospective postgraduate students more directly? Interested in raising your institution’s profile or highlight a specific opportunity, department or event?
This week we saw Brazil's education standards come under scrutiny, UK agents are finally reporting fewer difficulties with student visas and a look at the existential challenges higher education is facing.
Check us out @universityfairs for all the latest higher education news and education event announcements.
International Education Week (IEW) kicked off on Monday, 12 November and universities, colleges and schools all over the globe are getting involved. IEW was first held in 2000 as a program of the U.S. Departments of State and Education and is now celebrated in more than 100 countries worldwide.
International Student Fairs Africa (ISFA) held its second annual event on 4-6 October 2012 in Kenya at Rusinga International Schools in Lavington, with the last day taking place at Serena hotel in Nairobi.
What do you hope to get out of your education fair experience? How many students do you want to stop at your booth? How many leads do you want to generate?
Once you have defined your goals for the event, it’s important to think about what you will do to attract and communicate your information to potential students.
October is one of our busiest times of the year with over a dozen education fairs taking place. Autumn also marks a demanding student recruitment period for marketing teams across colleges and universities worldwide.
From Kenya and Russia to Bulgaria and Turkey some fantastic events have taken place this month. Here’s the latest info from some of our top fairs:
It’s time for our weekly roundup of top headlines in international education. Slightly slow news week, however it’s been a big week for education fairs as we are amid one of our busiest times of the year. Here’s this week’s higher education news selections.
Be sure to follow us @universityfairs for more news and event announcements.
The Chinese Ministry of Education has recently announced plans to launch a revolutionary “permanent” student fair in Shanghai. The International Education Exchange Centre (IEEC), scheduled to open in July 2013, will bring together up to 1000 institutions from around the world, in order to benefit thousands of students all year round.