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U.S. Education Pavilion in Bangkok and Chiang Mai Fairs 2016

OCSC International Education Expo 2016 - Bangkok
12-13 November 2016
Royal Paragon Hall, 5th Floor Siam Paragon


The U.S. Commercial Service, Thailand is recruiting U.S. educational institutions to join the 4th U.S. Education Pavilion at the OCSC International Education Expo 2016. Join us at Thailand’s largest international education fair, hosted by the Office of the Civil Service Commission (OCSC), office of the Prime Minister.

The fair will include an education pavilion for international schools, universities and learning centers to provide information to potential students at the Siam Paragon Department Store, one of Bangkok’s premier shopping centers. Last year, we featured 51 U.S. institutions within the U.S. Education Pavilion: 35 universities, 8 community colleges, 5 English Language training schools, 2 study abroad consulting firms and 1 education travel agency) in Bangkok and 32 of them joined and exhibited 2 U.S. education fairs in Chiang Mai

To view the USA Pavilion on Youtube Channel:

Highlight version: https://youtu.be/vpLAFOG2UdU
Full version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RUzVygVHvRk

PTIS and Student Fairs - Chiang Mai
15 November 2016

For school representatives who are interested in exhibiting a booth and outreaching to Thai students in Chiang Mai province. We will be exhibiting a booth at the Prem Tinsulanonda International School (PTIS) in the morning and organizing a seminar and student fair at Hotel in Chiang Mai in the evening.

Participation fee is $500 net, excluding air fares and lodgings expenses. Transportation from airport - school and school to hotel are provided.

How to Apply

Please register here or contact Mrs. Thanyathorn (Nan) for more information.

Our Program includes:

  • Visit 2-4 international high schools
  • Interview Thai overseas Scholarship recipients
  • U.S. Embassy Briefings by Consular and Commercial Service officers
  • Exhibit at the U.S. Pavilion booth within the OCSC 2-day fair
  • Agent Matchmaking Service at the fair
  • International high school and student fairs in Chiang Mai (optional)

Download Files:


Two booth options at the USA Pavilion – Bangkok

Early Bird Registration rate

Before Aug. 31

After Aug. 31

Standard Booth size: 3 x 3 Sq.m

US$ 3,150 net.

US$3,550 net

Half Booth size: 1.5 x 1.5 Sq.m

US$ 1,575 net.

US$1,775 net.

     

Standard shell scheme package consists of hard wall system, fascia, 4 chairs, 1 information desk, 1 socket (5 Amp), 2 spotlights (100 W), needle punch carpet and 1 rubbish bin.

Expected no. of Visitors: 20,000 visitors

Target Visitor: Students School Leavers, High Schools Students, Undergraduate Students, Diploma Holders, Educational Professionals, Agents, Parents, General Public

Exhibitor Profile: Commercial Schools, Business Schools, Undergraduate Programs, Postgraduate Programs Hotel Schools, Travel & Tourism Institutions, Universities, Open Universities, Tertiary Institutions, Polytechnics, Vocational and Training Institutions, Management Training Institutions, MBA, Language Schools, Banks

Chiang Mai Program

The program includes:

1. Exhibiting booth at Prem Tinsulanonda International School (PTIS) and Chiang Mai University Demonstration School

2. Dinner at the hotel

Participation fee is $500 net, excluding air fares and lodgings expenses. Transportation from airport - school and school to hotel are provided.


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