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Virtual Student Recruitment Fairs

Second Annual Virtual Student Recruitment Fair of Turkey – Tuesday, October 24, 2017

This is a unique opportunity for U.S. Schools to reach Turkish students at what is more than just a “virtual fair”.
This Virtual Student Recruitment Fair is organized by Mezun and ISF in collaboration with the U.S. Commercial Service, and offers U.S. institutions the option to attend physically or virtually while still meeting with Turkish students and parents who physically attend the program in Istanbul. And, whether you attend in person or virtually, all participating organizations will receive contact information on all students in attendance.

Meet Students
The fair will connect U.S. educational institutions with prospective students in Istanbul. Mezun, one of the show’s organizers, is expecting between 500 and 1,000 students to attend the fair in Istanbul on October 24th, 2017. All participating schools will be assigned a physical booth – whether you attend in person or virtually. Also, each booth will be physically assigned a bilingual assistant.

Why Turkey?
The number of Turkish universities is not sufficient to meet the increasing demand for higher education, thus there is a large Turkish student population studying abroad. Many of the students willing to study abroad place U.S. universities at the top of their list due to the quality of education and good career prospects.

Cost:

Early Bird - $2500.00 – until Jul 30, 2017; $3500.00 – after Jul 30, 2017

Cost above applies to all participants whether virtually or physically in attendance. Travel costs are separate.

Nationwide coverage:
Fair attendees have the opportunity to extend their reach to 35 more cities in Turkey.

Reach Out to 30K students through Exclusive Virtual High School Seminars!

For more information, please click here and to see coverage of last year’s virtual fair, please go to this website: www.mezun.com/virtualfair.

For more information:
Kristi Wiggins: Kristi.Wiggins@trade.gov
Perim Akguner: Perim.Akguner@trade.gov

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Study in the States: Connecting U.S. Institutions with Brazilian Students and Universities – October 26, 2017

Connect with students in Brazil without leaving campus!

This Virtual Student Recruitment Fair is organized by FPPEDU Media in collaboration with the U.S. Commercial Service, and offers U.S. institutions the opportunity to meet virtually with qualified students across Brazil as well as Brazilian universities seeking partnerships with U.S. schools.

FPPEDU Media is expecting between 2,000 and 3,000 students to attend the fair to learn more about American colleges and universities to see which offer a good fit for their needs.

October 26, 2017: 2:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT:

2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Meet with Brazilian Universities interested in finding US partner schools to advance the recently announced “More Science, More Development” mobility financing program.

4:00PM – 8:00PM
Meet directly with pre-screened Brazilian students interested in studying in the USA.

Bonus: Institutions may have as many representatives as they like present, including recruiters, admission staff, alumni and professors, to cover all subject areas & student.


Cost: $1,600

Please click here for more details on FPPEDU Media’s Virtual Fair Platform.


For more information contact:

Kristi Wiggins: Kristi.Wiggins@trade.gov
Laura Reffatti: Laura.Reffatti@trade.gov
Brennan Reeves: b.reeves@fppedu.media


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