Education Fairs in Africa and the Middle East in 2014 - 2015
Education fairs in Africa and the Middle East have been popular among high school and bachelor students for many years. For nearly 4 decades, international universities and business schools have been coming to Africa and the Middle East to recruit students at education fairs in a range of African and Middle Eastern countries.
Education Fairs in 2014 - 2015 are being organized in the following countries in Africa and the Middle East:
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Education Fairs in Bahrain
Education Fairs in Bahrain are being organized in the following cities
International Education Fair (Edutex) Bahrain 2015
Bahrain Int. Exhibition and Convention Center
expected March 2015
Education Fairs in Egypt
Education Fairs in Egypt are being organized in the following cities
Study USA Fair Cairo and Alexandria 2014
to be announced
10 - 11 Oct. 2014
Education Fairs in Israel
Education Fairs in Israel are being organized in the following cities
The Jordan Education and Training Exhibition 2014 will be organized for the 18th consecutive time this year. As such it is one of the longest running education fairs in the region. The event is targeted at a broad range of students: high school leavers, undergraduates, graduates, phd students and professionals. The event draws around 10,000 students. Universities from more than 30 countries are expected.
Education Fairs in Kenya
Education Fairs in Kenya are being organized in the following cities
The International Education Fair Casablanca and Marakesh 2015 is taking place from 20 to 23 Febraury 2015. This education fair is aiamd at bachelor degree seekers (65% of visitors) and master degree seekers (24% of visitors).
Morocco is challenging the world with its investment in the education sector. The Moroccan Government earmarked 26.3% of the general budget for education. The government is also financing Moroccan students to study abroad and to undertake research. As there are only 13 universities in the country, many students look for an alternative way to handle their educational investments. Many choose to study abroad, thus making the country a new and profitable marketplace for educational specialists. A significant flow of students pursue their studies in Anglophone institutions. English is the third language after Arabic and French. In 2002, AMIDEAST chose Morocco as the site for the organization’s 50th anniversary conference on “Higher Education in the Arab World: Preparing for the Global Marketplace.”
Visitor figures: 2159 students in 2 days Visitor numbers per city: Casablanca / 1426 students Rabat / 733 students. Exhibitor figures: 37 institutions from 12 countries: (Australia, Canada, Cyprus, France, Morocco, Poland, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, UK & USA)
Education Fairs in Nigeria
Education Fairs in Nigeria are being organized in the following cities