Brazil's leading international student recruitment fair
The numbers speak for themselves. In March 2018, more than 44,000 students, parents and executives visited Salão to meet over 125 institutions from 22 countries.
Government-backed organisations such as Education USA, Education Ireland, EduCanada, Campus France, Universities Portugal and almost every major educational agency in Brazil participates in Salão do Estudante.
Taking place both in March and September, Salão do Estudante is an unmissable event to include in your international student recruitment plans.
With 25 years of history, Salão do Estudante is a highlight on the student calendar
Held across seven major cities in Brazil, Salão do Estudante is one of the most prominent and successful education fairs in the world. As such, our education events are covered extensively across Brazilian television channels.
Globo Nightly News, Brazil’s leading TV station, featured Salão do Estudante as its top news story. See for yourself!
2020 tour dates
Belo Horizonte, Brasilia, Brazil, Curitiba, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro Barra, Salvador, Sao Paulo
Held across 7 major cities twice a year, Salão do Estudante has been Brazil’s best-known international student recruitment fair since 1994, attracting 90,000+ students, professionals and parents annually.
Dedicated to the K-12 sector, you’ll establish and reinforce your relationships with principals and school counsellors from top-notch private, bilingual and international schools in Brazil. Connect with influential leaders at Brazil's secondary school level via pre-scheduled meetings and plenty of networking opportunities.
Education Agents, University International Office Directors
BMI brings two types of recruitment partners together for one event. Join us in Sao Paulo to discuss your programmes with pre-screened agents who can recruit on your behalf, and meet with Brazil’s best universities to explore strategic partnerships for student and staff mobility, international research collaborations and curriculum internationalisation.