Vietnam's international boarding and high school fair
For the past five years, BMI has established itself as the premium organiser of international education recruitment events in Vietnam. In a direct response to the growing numbers of Vietnamese students seeking a secondary school education overseas, BMI is proud to offer it’s K-12 recruitment platform in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam’s core recruitment hubs.
Strong local partnerships in Vietnam
Vietnam Global Boarding & High School Fair is fully endorsed and run in partnership with the Centre for International Education Consultancy (CIEC), a state-owned education agency and advising center which falls under the Vietnam Ministry of Education and Training. The Vietnamese government enthusiastically supports BMI’s efforts to produce world-class events that best serve the interests of the country’s up and coming families and school-age children.
Vietnam's secondary school market
In recent years, the K-12 school sector in Vietnam has ballooned, thanks to an increasing youth population and rising middle class. Parents are sending their children overseas at younger and younger ages – sometimes for short term courses and camps as a taster experience and more and more, to spend several years at a secondary school abroad in preparation for higher education.
2021 South East Asia Recruitment Events in Vietnam
Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City
Vietnam Global Boarding & High School Fair is fully endorsed and run in partnership with the Centre for International Education Consultancy (CIEC) and gives K-12 providers an opportunity to meet parents who are sending their children to overseas boarding schools, high schools, and short-term camps or programmes. This event is a pavilion within the Vietnam Global Education Fair.
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.