As a key event in the UAE International Education Week programme, BMI and The Princeton Review/Score Plus provide an exclusive opportunity for you to meet over 50 counsellors and principals from renowned international and private high schools in the Gulf region.
Throughout the Gulf, education is a fundamental priority for both families and the government – at local and national levels.
Reinforce your brand and your unique educational offering with a focused opportunity to widen your network with influential principals and school counsellors who actively prepare and advise their students on the next stages of their academic career.
Private meetings with high school counsellors and leaders
Held under the patronage of H.E. Sheikh Nahayan Mabarak Al Nahayan, Minister of State for Tolerance, this exclusive event gives you access to decision makers and advisors at the top international and private high schools in the Middle East:
Target and pre-organise meetings with specific principals and high school counsellors.
Have 13 private meetings in 1 day.
Create and solidify relationships throughout the event at various networking functions.
High School Counselors
Giving you the unique ability to connect with influential leaders at the secondary school level across the Gulf, you'll mix and mingle with up to 50 principals and counsellors from Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia and the UAE. Hold 13 meetings and network with school leaders who advise teenagers and their parents on the next steps in their academic career.
Other strategic recruitment events held online in 2021
Meet influential secondary school contacts at our Partnership Workshop, or connect live with students all over the world at BMI's TalkGlobalStudy virtual events.
Asia, Brazil, Latin America, Middle East, Southeast Asia
Education Agents, High School Counselors, University International Office Directors
BMI provides you with a concise workshop format designed to increase your connections and strengthen your relationships with three different types of partners (universities, agents, and school counsellors) in one event, with each one focused on a different geographic region.