International Student Fair Bogota Colombia - Event Details
- International Student Fair Bogota Colombia
- Hilton Hotel
- Start date
- Saturday, 16-Nov-2019 starts 15:00
- End date
- Sunday, 17-Nov-2019 ends 20:00
- Target Audience
- High school, College, Bachelor, Master, PhD, Professional, MBA, Graduate
- Price (as of)
- 4200 USD
+ International Student Fair Bogota Colombia - Event Description
The International Student Fair Colombia is part of the South Amercian Tour which takes place in every major student market in Latin America and consistently attracts students that have both the financial & academic ability to study abroad. The tour also has stops in Medellin and Cali. Key government and private scholarship agencies, including BECAS Chile, COLFUTURO and ICETEX in Colombia and PRONABEC in Peru, support the fairs.
For a number of years now, this event is the biggest student recruitment tour in Latin America. With over 250 exhibitors, the event offers Colombian students a wide variety of study abroad and academic exchange opportunities.. The programs on display range from international bachelor and master programs to Graduate. LLM and MBA courses abroad and even language courses, university preparation courses and international traineeships. Students will have the opportunity to be in direct contact with representatives and directors of international institutions, with simultaneous translation by former exchange students who have studied abroad.
Besides information on study possibilities abroad, students will find information on flights, visas, accommodation type, health insurance, foreign exchange, student ID and also seminars or lectures on how to have a successful international experience. International universities may look forward to meeting up to 6,000 carefully targeted Colombian students at the Internatonal Student Fair in Bogota.
+ International Student Fair Bogota Colombia - Event Program
16 - 17 November 2019 - Bogota - Education Fair
+ International Student Fair Bogota Colombia - Visitor Info
When students plan to study abroad
within 3 months: 5%
3 - 6 months: 19%
in 6 months to 1 year: 42%
in 1 year or more: 34%
Courses of interest
Post graduate: 36%
Language courses: 32%
Executive programs: 16%
MBA programs: 16%
Certificate courses: 15%
High school programs: 13%
Where do students want to study?
New Zealand: 14%
+ International Student Fair Bogota Colombia - Participants
Participants of the 2018 event included:
Avalon University of Medicine
Boston School of Modern Languages
California State University, LA
EAE Business School
King's College London
LaSalle Montreal and Vancouver
Texas State University
University of California, Irvine
and many more top international school, universities and business schools.
+ International Student Fair Bogota Colombia - Exhibitor Info
Population enrolled in Tertiary Education: 45%
1.8 Million students in enrolled in universities
304 public and 2,212 private institutions
1% of population is bilingual
Best private high schools fees are as high as US$17,000 annually
Colombia Market Info
Colombia is the 2nd largest source of Latin American students after Brazil. The demand for language courses and postgraduate programs is particularly strong. In 2011, 32,000 Colombian students abroad. Fairs have been organized in Colombia since 1996. This event is held twice per year in the main student recruitment markets of the country.
Population: 47 million
GDP growth: 4.2%
Inflation rate: 2%
Public expenditure on education GDP: 4.4%
The middle class increased by over 10% in the last 10 years which meant over 4.4 million people crossed the poverty line and are now part of the middle class.
Search engine marketing campaigns based on your course and study destination
Alliances with local embassies, national study organisations and advising centres.
Cooperation with key scholarship agencies such as COLFUTURO and ICETEX in Colombia and ProExcelencia in Venezuela.
On campus promotion at top universities and private high schools
Social media and study abroad newsletters
Highly targeted advertising in print and outdoor media
Targeted media and corporate sponsors provide us direct access into the homes of affluent families