International Education Europe EXPO Roadshow - Fall 2017

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The Europe EXPO Roadshow offers international education institutions, of any discipline and from any country, the opportunity to present their courses to thousands of pre-selected and pre-screened students in Italy's and Spain's most productive markets during Italy's and Spain's leading International Student Recruitment Fairs.

Reasons to Attend

The International Education Europe EXPO Roadshow held in October 2017 received 4,300 students and 53 institutions from around the world in attendance for the total EXPO.

Language schools, colleges, universities, high schools, IT colleges, business schools, hotel schools, postgraduate and MBA programs from more than 40 countries have experienced increased enrollments and brand awareness through these recruitment events. Student participants are screened through online questionnaires to ensure only the highest quality visitors attend the events. Each attendee's capability and desire to study abroad is assessed, ensuring that invitations are sent only to those who have the genuine intention and the financial means to study abroad.

Market Overview

According to the latest data from UNESCO the total number of students from Spain studying overseas was over 22,000. Italian students and international students pursuing their studies in Italy have been increasing for a number of years. According to Top Universities data, with a population of more than 1.8 million students enrolled in tertiary education, close to 3% of Italian students spend a period of study time abroad.

Europe constitutes one of the biggest markets for international education, generating billions in revenue for institutions around the world. The multi-country Roadshows in Europe, allow you to get the most out of several strong markets in a short time. Spain takes the lead in languages, where the government offers scholarships for language courses abroad. The fair also visits Italy, a very strong market for language schools and universities.

Fair Outline
  • High student quality: Student participants are screened through online questionnaires to ensure only the highest quality visitors attend the events.
  • Highest returning client rate in the market: 81%
  • Agent Meeting Place: All participants are provided with the contact details of agents in each of the expo cities at no additional cost.
  • Logistics: Studycentral is happy to arrange all your accommodation, transportation, and translator needs.
About the Cities on The Europe EXPO Roadshow
  • Rome: The country's largest and most populated city. Italy has played an important role in the European higher education landscape as one of the four countries that initiated the “European Area of Higher Education,” this way the higher education reform known as the “Bologna Process” (Bologna Declaration, June 1999) came to life and is being implemented all over Europe today. There are more than 30 universities offering international study programmes taught in English ranging from short certificate courses to entire Bachelor’s, Master’s, postgraduate of PhD programmes.
  • Milan: It is the second-largest city in Italy. The city remains one of Europe's main transportation and industrial hubs, and Milan is the EU's 10th most important centre for business and finance with its economy being the world's 26th richest by purchasing power.
  • Barcelona: The combination of quality educational opportunities and a stimulating cultural environment makes Barcelona a first-class destination. Thanks to the city's efforts to promote internationalism and continually better the quality of its programs, students can look forward to a rewarding experience that will also serve them well when pursuing future academic and professional endeavours.
  • Madrid: The capital and the largest city of Spain, Madrid is located almost exactly in the geographical center of Iberian Peninsula. After London and Berlin, the city is the third most populous city in European Union. Further, its economic, political and cultural importance makes Madrid one of the major cities of the world.

The fairs are supported by Austrade, DAAD, Campusfrance, Education New Zealand, Education USA, British Council and NUFFIC.

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 working space in each city includes: 1 table with chairs, space to erect a pop-up banner, 2 representatives with name badges and fascia board. On average, there is 1 meter of space around the outside of each table in a working space.

Registration also includes:

  • Exhibitor Profile on the Fair website where students register with fully-integrated online student lead management.
  • Smartphone application that enables you to immediately scan and save student information. 
    Please note you can also hire a barcode scanner but this will require a laptop with a USB port to use it.
Configure your participation

 

EARLY BIRD Prices available until 30/06/2017.

Europe Roadshow (Madrid) - 19/10/17
Europe Roadshow (Barcelona) - 21/10/17
Europe Roadshow (Rome) - 23/10/17
Europe Roadshow (Milan) - 25-26/10/17
€0.00

Dates:

19 Oct 2017

Venue address:

Courtyard Madrid Princesa
C/ Princesa 40
Madrid
Spain

Map

Schedule:

Opening hours for visitors
Date Time
Day 1: School Visit (if booked)
Day 1:
19/10/17
19/10/17
TBC
15:00 - 20:00
Access times for exhibitors
Date Time
Set up:
Dismantling:
19/10/17
19/10/17
12:00 - 14:30
20:00 - 21:00
Additional activities
Date Time
Translators arrive (if applicable) 19/10/17
 
14:30

 

Dates:

21 Oct 2017

Venue address:

Universitat de Barcelona
Vestíbul Principal Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes
585
Barcelona
Spain

Map

Schedule:

Opening hours for visitors
Date Time
Day 1: 21/10/17 15:00 - 20:00
Access times for exhibitors
Date Time
Set up:
Dismantling:
21/10/17
21/10/17
12:00 - 14:30
20:00 - 21:00
Additional activities
Date Time
Translators arrive (if applicable) 21/10/17
 
14:30

 

Dates:

23 Oct 2017

Venue address:

Centro Congressi Roma Eventi
Piazza di Spagna Via Alibert 5
Rome
Italy

Map

Schedule:

Opening hours for visitors
Date Time
Day 1: 23/10/17 14:00 - 19:00
Access times for exhibitors
Date Time
Set up:
Dismantling:
23/10/17
23/10/17
11:00 - 13:30
19:00 - 20:00
Additional activities
Date Time
Translators arrive (if applicable) 23/10/17 13:30

 

Dates:

25 Oct 2017 - 26 Oct 2017

Venue address:

Palazzo delle Stelline Corso Magenta
61 Milano
Milan
Italy

Map

Schedule:

Opening hours for visitors
Date Time
Day 1:
Day 2: School Visit (if booked)
25/10/17
26/10/17
14:00 - 19:00
TBC
Access times for exhibitors
Date Time
Set up:
Dismantling:
25/10/17
25/10/17
11:00 - 13:30
19:00 - 20:00
Additional activities
Date Time
Translators arrive (if applicable) 25/10/17 13:30

 

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.

Levels
  • Postgraduate (Masters, MBA, LLM, Dip, PhD)
  • Undergraduate (Bachelors)
  • Foundation (Preparatory)
  • Further education & vocational
  • Language learning
  • Professional training
Subjects
  • 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
  • PR Campaigns

Visiting Agents

Formal activities are planned for participants to meet agents who have been invited by invitation to attend the fair.

Visitors expected to attend:

  • 787 in Madrid
  • 971 in Barcelona
  • 757 in Rome
  • 1200 in Milan

These visitors are expected to look for:

Milan
*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
  • Equipment suppliers
  • Funding & scholarship providers
  • Gap year organisations
  • Government bodies
  • Hotel management schools
  • Language schools
  • Professional bodies
  • Student service providers
  • Summer schools
  • Universities

Past exhibitor numbers:

  • Data coming soon for Madrid
  • 1 in Barcelona
  • 6 in Rome
  • 3 in Milan

Past exhibitor statistics:

Milan

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

EU passport holders will not require a visa to enter Italy and Spain, although you will need a passport. If you do not have an EU passport please check with your local Consulate or Embassy. You might need to apply for a tourist or business visa, although the latter may take much more time to arrange. Visa support is strictly limited to our exhibiting clients. Visa support is NOT provided to visitors.

National Languages

Italy: Italian
Spain: Spanish

National Currency

Euro (EUR)

Hotels - Spain
Madrid

Husa Princesa Hotel
Princesa, 40, 28008
www.hotelhusaprincesa.com

Barcelona

Princesa Sofia Gran Hotel
Pl. Pius XII, 4, 08028
www.princesasofia.com

Hotels - Italy
Rome

Centro Congressi Frentani
Via dei Frentani, 4, 00185
www.congressifrentani.it

Bologna

Aemilia Hotel
www.aemiliahotel.it

Milan

Palazzo delle Stelline
Corso Magenta, 61, 20123
www.stelline.it

Naples

Hotel Ramada
Via Galileo Ferraris, 40, 80142
www.ramadanaples.it


*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

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Gerda Rimdziute
Study in Lithuania