The key to unlocking Indonesia's student recruitment potential
Boasting the largest economy in the region, Indonesia is the powerhouse of Southeast Asia.
With a population of 274 million (40% of whom are under the age of 24) that spans an archipelago of 17,000 islands, recruiters would be forgiven for not knowing where to start.
The step-off point, however, becomes clear when you realise that Indonesia is home to 195 intercultural schools – 75 in the city of Jakarta alone – serving 60,000 students across K-12, making Indonesia the second-largest international school market in the world.
Supported by the Indonesian Ministry of Education, the Indonesian International Schools Forum & Workshop is the perfect vehicle for you to meet counsellors from the country’s best intercontinental and private schools.
An invitation from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology of the Republic of Indonesia (MoECRT)
The Indonesia International School Forum & Workshop is run with the support and involvement of MoECRT.
MoECRT will be available for meetings with the participating international universities and will also deliver seminars to international delegates about the secondary education system in Indonesia.
Hold private meetings with Indonesian High School Counsellors
Indonesian High School Counsellors are highly engaged and value their participation in this event for three reasons:
Counsellors have a focused way to meet with a large number of international universities;
They receive free accredited CPD training from fellow counsellors and industry experts which forms part of Times Higher Education Counsellor Accreditation Programme (THE CAP);
We provide free accommodation at the official hotel and host attendees across an array of networking events.
Each participating international education institution will be able to:
Pre-organise appointments with high school counsellors of their choice;
Hold 15 private meetings over the course of the event;
Network with all participating counsellors during the lunches and coffee breaks each day;
Participate and network during the Welcome Reception and Gala Dinner.
Maximising your trip to Indonesia
With the support of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology of the Republic of Indonesia, we are pleased to invite all international Higher Education institutions and National Education Agencies to travel to Indonesia and participate in a series of integrated events.
Internationalising the education sector is a key priority for the Indonesian Government. These events offer a perfect opportunity to connect with students and parents, high school counsellors and senior officials of Indonesian universities.
Supporting School Counsellors’ Professional Development
With so much variance in international undergraduate admissions processes and requirements, our events give counsellors the chance to not only meet industry colleagues face to face, but also enhance their own knowledge and career development.
During our workshop, counsellors will also attend educational seminars which form part of Times Higher Education Counsellor Accreditation Program (THE CAP). Consisting of 12 modules and covering a solid range of content to help improve counsellors’ daily tasks when advising students, THE CAP is a ground-breaking professional development programme to support the international school sector.
All attending counsellors will receive some in-person training from THE CAP during the event, and then finish the remaining sessions online. Once completed, they will be among an elite cohort of school counsellors who hold a globally recognised accreditation, bolstering their career profile and thereby enhancing the reputation of their school.
This sell-out event is limited to approved institutions only. Apply now to avoid disappointment.
High School Counselors
Young Indonesians are heading overseas in growing numbers, and this event is where it all starts. Meet the principals and high school counsellors who inspire and encourage students in their final years of secondary school, and spend a day solidifying relationships with influencers from the best private and international schools in Indonesia.
International Universities will meet with their local counterparts to discuss areas of mutual interest, exchange, student mobility and internationalisation. Importantly many local Universities will be seeking opportunities to explore TNE projects and agreements.
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Providing you the unique ability to connect with influential leaders at the secondary school level from across Vietnam. Hold 15 meetings and network with school leaders who advise teenagers and their parents on the next steps in their academic careers.
BMI's biannual student recruitment fairs in Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam draw in thousands of academically-oriented students and their parents to bring them in direct contact with institutions from around the world. BMI also takes a limited number of accredited institutions on chauffeured visits to top-rated private high schools in Bangkok, Hanoi, HCMC and Jakarta and to meet top high school counsellors at the Internation School Workshop & Forum in Indonesia & Vietnam.
Young Southeast Asians are heading overseas in growing numbers, and this event is where it all starts. Meet the principals and high school counsellors who inspire and encourage students in their final years of secondary school, and spend 2 days solidifying relationships with influencers from the best private and international schools in the region.
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