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UK government supports StudyWorld 2017

Published on Tuesday, July 18, 2017

The Department for International Trade will have a major presence at StudyWorld 2017, with commercial officers from all over the world available for meetings with UK educators.


Also expected are large delegations from Gulf region governments and London embassies, which will be represented in specialist zones at the event at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in Westminster.


“We’re really excited about how StudyWorld is developing this year. There’s a real buzz about our new focus on the UK education sector, and that’s attracting senior buyers from all over the world,” said Jodie Gray, head of market development for English UK.


“The Department for International Trade has been very supportive of StudyWorld and will take a large zone at the event, which they will use to promote the UK and where commercial officers from key markets will hold their business meetings.”


StudyWorld’s appointments system has now gone live for the event, which begins on 4 September.


Innovations include longer meeting hours and increased number of appointments, plus flexible educator packages ranging from one-day networking passes, roving full-event passes without a fixed meeting location, to traditional packages with a table or exhibition stand.


Seminars will now be held over two days, with the first speakers announced, including student specialists Jacqueline Kassteen and Samuel Vetrak, as well as sessions on the junior market, accommodation, innovative course design, and international trends in payment methods.

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