The International Education Fairs in India 2023 take place in Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai; the three economic power houses of the Indian subcontinent. You will have access to the world’s second largest student population (170 million) that is increasingly looking overseas for study opportunities.
No. of visitors per city
Education Fair New Delhi - 5,006
Education Fair Mumbai - 5,840
Education Fair Chennai - 4,482
High school leavers and university graduates from India (Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai) looking for bachelor and master and PhD programs abroad.
Why take part in the International Education Fairs India?
The International Education Fairs in India showcase the strengths of the Indian education economy and is an exciting platform for introducing your institution to an eager and growing market of large potential pool of international students. It is a strong and cost effective marketing platform for education institutions to reach out very cost effectively to a larger number of students (and their parents) who are interested in pursuing education in India and abroad.
Join over 50 international exhibitors and a host of study abroad organizations from 22 countries for 3 days of student recruitments. To top it off, each participant will get their own lead generation campaign in the target market 4 weeks prior to the event.
The student fairs in India for all study levels
The International Education Fairs in India bring together universities from India, Asia and indeed the rest of the world and allows institutions to showcase the entire spectrum of courses on offer. We expect 50 international institutions to take part. These events aims to prepare a wide range of students, from high school level to professionals to talk to academics and representatives. Besides meeting face to face with potential students, you will also be able to discuss recruitment opportunities with local education agents. They will be happy to share insights with you.
The International Education Fairs in India can be booked as a tour. Cities (Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai) can also be booked individually. See the registration section for details.
Student recruitment in India
India has been one of the biggest success stories in study abroad mobility over the past decade. Second to China only, India sends more than 516,000 students abroad each year. In terms of year on year growth it outpaces China. A surging economy and domestic competition drives study abroad numbers, despite the pandemic. We have seen a 25% increase since 2018. Master mobility is growing fast. Also, post-study work is an attractive factor. Indian students tend to prolong their stay in order to work in a destination country.
There is a growing acceptance among Indian students for blended delivery models – that is, for programs that begin online and then transition to face-to-face study.
Your registration for the International Education Fair in India includes
Event Itinerary & set up – Education Fairs India
New Delhi education fair – 4 November 2023
Venue -Le Meridien New Delhi
Opening hours: 2 – 6 pm
Traditional in-person study fair in New Delhi focussing on studying abroad. Target audience: high school and college students, bachelor, master, MBA students and young professionals looking for studies abroad
Mumbai education fair – 5 November 2023
Venue – St Regis
Opening hours: 2 – 6 pm
Traditional in-person study fair in Mumbai focussing on studying abroad. Target audience: high school and college students, bachelor, master, MBA students and young professionals looking for studies abroad.
Chennai education fair – 7 November
Venue – The Accord Metropolitan
Opening hours: 2 – 6 pm
Traditional in-person study fair in Chennai focussing on studying abroad. Target audience: high school and college students, bachelor, master, MBA students and young professionals looking for studies abroad.
Event set up
Attend university presentations, find out all the information about different education systems and the latest enrollment information
Costs and Scholarships
Got your study expenses covered? As an Indian student you may be eligible for scholarships, stipends or other forms of study allowances. Talk to the experts.
You will need a place to stay. But how to secure a place to live. Talk to people who know the local situation in your country of interest.
Meet up with university admission specialists. Get a provisional letter of admission!
Talk to travel and education specialists with expertise in Indian student mobility. If you go abroad….better be prepared!
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Age 17 - 18
Age 19 - 20
Age 21 - 30
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India Higher Education Study Abroad Data (source: UNESCO Institute for Statistics)
A total number of 516,238 Indian students are currently studying abroad for a higher education degree. The most popular study abroad destinations among students from India are:
Previous editions of the International Education Fairs in India were attended by over 100 institutions from 26 countries. Some of them leading international universities, colleges and business schools, including: