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NZ Education promoted in Thailand & Vietnam

A wide variety of New Zealand’s international educators will be promoting their services in Thailand and Vietnam by taking part in a range of Education Fairs being held across both countries in June.

The series of Fairs is part of the combined Education New Zealand/Trade New Zealand ‘Five Steps Forward’ joint marketing strategy, and recognises the importance of both Thailand and Vietnam in the international education marketplace.

Six fairs have been organised with three in each country, each in a different location. The network of fairs increases New Zealand’s visibility in the market, and increases the opportunities for students to come and investigate what our institutions can offer.

This year’s Fair series has proved very popular, with 45 institutions attending the Bangkok fair, and 35 attending the fair in Ho Chi Minh City. Institutions can participate in as many or as few fairs as they wish, according to their marketing objectives. The Fairs are backed by an intensive advertising campaign and act as a real showcase for the quality and diversity of our international education industry.


What? New Zealand’s own International Education Fairs in Thailand and Vietnam

When? June 4th – 17th

Who Attends? Up to 45 institutions will be taking part in each Fair. Last year, several thousand students and large numbers of education agents attended the fair series.

Where? The Fairs are in the following centres:

THAILAND: Chaing Mai: June 4th
Bangkok: June 7th and 8th
Hat Yai: June 11th

VIETNAM: Hanoi: June 13th and 14th
Ho Chi Minh City: June 15th and 16th
Danang: June 17th

For more information about this visit, contact:
Stuart Boag, Education New Zealand


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