International Education Exhibition in Mongolia - Spring 2013

23 March 2013 - 24 March 2013

The 14th International Education Exhibition in Mongolia is the place where educational providers worldwide have the opportunity to meet with talented and intelligent students from Mongolia. The fair takes place in November and offers a unique opportunity to learn more about studies abroad first hand, to choose programmes and courses and decide on educational institutions for studies.

Reasons to Attend

There is a growing interest from the mass media and governmental organisations in developing this educational event, which has become an important entry on Ulaanbaatar’s calendar. Students with their families take part in all the activities during the exhibition days. Strong targeted links with local universities and schools ensure the right visitors attend the fair. Education providers have the opportunity to grow quickly in this emerging student market.

Market Overview

The Mongolian student market is developing as the economy rapidly expands due to investments from foreign companies. Living standards are on the rise and for many people the prospect of sending their children to study abroad is becoming a reality.

In 2010 approximately 9,167 Mongolian students were studying abroad. The USA accounts for nearly 1,000 students with other popular destinations including UK, Canada, Australia, Germany, Japan, South Korea, Peoples Republic China, Taiwan, Malaysia, and Singapore.

Enrolments in private higher education institutions have tripled since 1995, and there have also been large enrolment increases in public sector institutions. Around 30,000 students enter Mongolian universities and colleges every year (Ministry of Sciences, Education and Culture, 2003).

Fair Outline

International Education Exhibition Mongolia draws its maximum student participation, thereby ensuring exceptional quality. It is organized with the specific objective of helping institutes of higher learning reach a national cross section of students who have the qualifications and the means to contemplate further education.

As an exhibitor at this student fair you will have advantages such as: 

  • Face-to-Face personal access and interaction to all the students, parents and top decision markers and representatives from all over Mongolia.
  • The opportunity to feature and demonstrate your new perspectives and programmes in a one-to-one environment.
  • Meet and find local authorised partners and agents.
  • Recruit students to study at your institution abroad.

Exhibiting countries include, Germany, Poland, USA, Canada, UK, Singapore, Australia, Ukraine, France, Russia, Malaysia, The Netherlands, Switzerland, India, Taiwan, and Cyprus.

Further Exhibition Information

More information about this leading student recruitment exhibition can be found by selecting the tabs below.

To reserve your place at this international education fair, please select the ‘Prices’ tab and choose the buttons that meet your requirements. Place your purchase in your shopping cart by selecting the ‘Click To Proceed’ button, select ‘checkout’, and fill in your registration details.

What's included as standard

A standard working space at this event will include the participation of 1 representative, a table, 2 chairs and basic entry in the fair catalogue. (A maximum of 2 representatives can be present at one table.)

Configure your participation
International Education Exhibition in Mongolia (Ulaanbaatar) - 23-24/03/13

Please select your exhibition space first



23 Mar 2013 - 24 Mar 2013

Venue address:

Hotel Chinggis Kaan Mongolia
10 Tokyo Street



Opening hours for visitors
Date Time
Day 1:
Day 2:
11:00 - 18:00
11:00 - 18:00
Access times for exhibitors
Date Time
Set up:
10:00 - 11:00
18:00 - 19:00
Additional activities
Date Time
Welcome refreshments:
Press conference:
10:30 - 11:00
11:00 - 12:00
12:00 - 13:30
16:00 - 18:00

This section identifies the levels and subject areas that are reflected at this fair and for which visitors will have an interest in. This section will help to clarify the types of participants who should attend.

  • Postgraduate (Masters, MBA, LLM, Dip, PhD)
  • Undergraduate (Bachelors)
  • Foundation (Preparatory)
  • Further education & vocational
  • Secondary education
  • Language learning
  • Professional training
  • Accountancy, finance & insurance
  • Architecture, construction, building & surveying
  • Business, MBA & management
  • Computer science & IT
  • Economics
  • Education & teaching
  • Engineering
  • Health & medicine
  • Humanities
  • Languages
  • Law & LLM
  • Mathematics
  • Retailing & marketing
  • Science
  • Social science
  • Tourism, leisure & hospitality
  • Visual & creative arts

Use the information provided below to learn more about visitors expected to attend the fair and the proportion of those visitors that are relevant to your offering. Additional information about how the educational exhibition is promoted and visiting agents can be found in the grey box.

Visitors are targeted by:

  • Billboards / Posters / Flyers
  • Cooperation with Educational Institutions
  • Internet
  • Invitations
  • Local / National Press
  • PR Campaigns
  • Television / Radio

Visiting Agents

Agents are expected to visit the fair, although no formal activities have been planned for participants to meet them.

Visitors expected to attend:

  • 3200 in Ulaanbaatar

These visitors are expected to look for:

*All figures are estimates provided by the fair organiser. Individual exhibitors may experience different results as the data is based on the event as a whole.

Use the information provided below to learn more about fair exhibitors both past and current. The statistics are based on the last edition of the education fair and aims to give you a demographic of the international exhibitors based on their type and focus. To display a list of past and current exhibitors select the “Click to Display” button below. You can then sort the list based on the criteria most important to you. Additional information about who the education fair is aimed at can be found in the grey box.

Who should attend:
  • Boarding schools
  • Business schools
  • Colleges
  • Companies (Careers)
  • Education agencies
  • Funding & scholarship providers
  • Gap year organisations
  • Government bodies
  • Hotel management schools
  • Language schools
  • Professional bodies
  • Publishers
  • Student service providers
  • Summer schools
  • Universities

Past exhibitor numbers:

  • 1 in Ulaanbaatar

Past exhibitor statistics:


Now you have decided to join the fair you might want to know some basic information to get you started with your travel plans. Information on hotels is listed below and you can find further country specific details in the grey box.

Applying For Visas

Most non-Mongolian passport holders will need to apply for a visa to enter the Mongolia. Please note you should arrange your business visa with plenty of time in advance. Tourist visas are also available and can take less time. Passport holders should contact their local consulate or embassy for advice. Visa support is strictly limited to our exhibiting clients. Visa support is NOT provided to visitors. Singaporean citizens do not require visas for stays less than 14 days.

National Language


National Currency

Tögrög (MNT)


Blue Sky Hotel *****
Peace Ave 17, Ulaanbaatar
Blue Sky Hotel -

Hotel Chinggis Kaan Mongolia****
Tokyo Street 10, Ulaanbaatar 49

Bishrelt Plaza Hotel***
Liberty Square 1/3, Ulaanbaatar


*The hotels listed above are only suggestions and we advise you to carryout additional research to ensure you select the hotels that match your requirements. We cannot take responsibility for the accommodation and service provided by 3rd parties.


Working with the University Fairs / Studycentral team is easy, pleasant and fun. They do what we all should: offer sufficient and relevant information, they do it quickly and are very efficient.

Ivana Belamaric
IE Business School

Studycentral was really helpful in organizing the trip to China, keeping in mind that we were late in booking the stands and arranging all the trip details, the help was really needed and we really appreciate that.

Gerda Rimdziute
Study in Lithuania