The International Schools Forum in Brazil 2022 provides universities and colleges with a unique opportunity to connect with influential secondary school leaders from across Brazil. Hold meetings and network with school leaders who advise students and their parents on their future undergraduate studies.
Universities and colleges -
Brazilian international school counselors and principals
Undergraduate student recruitment in Brazil. Networking event.
Why take part in the International Schools Forum Brazil?
Students are going abroad at an ever younger age. They do so in order to study a language, gain international and cultural experience and to study a particular subject. In Brazil preparations for future studies start at high school. Students and their parents often turn to high school counselors for help in the search for the university or college that best fits their needs.
This makes these counselors an invaluable asset for international institutions who are keen to understand market demand and tap into an influential audience early in the student journey.
At the International Schools Forum you will be given an exclusive opportunity to meet over 50 counsellors and principals from renowned international and private high schools from all over Brazil
Reinforce your brand and your unique educational offering with a focused opportunity to widen your network with influential principals and school counsellors who actively prepare and advise their students on the next stages of their academic career.
Combine the International Schools Forum with the Education Fair in Brazil to bolster your international student recruitment activities. This event takes place from 12 to 23 March and takes you to Brazil’s main student cities: Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia, Curitiba, Belo Horizonte and Salvador.
Brazil’s student recruitment market
* The demand for quality university education in Brazil is far greater that the supply. The best chances of furthering education are more likely to be found abroad.
* Brazil is known for its quality secondary and tertiary education. 6,3% of GDP is spent on education. This is well above the OECD average.
* Brazilian students are highly mobile. Studying abroad and traveling are part of the culture. Many Brazilians have a second (mostly European) passport.
* The Brazilian government has set up a formidable scholarship program (PEC-G) that has already enabled over 10,000 students to study abroad (degree seeking and exchange)
The International Schools Forum is a unique opportunity to establish and strengthen your recruitment network in Brazil.
Event Itinerary & set up
9 March 2022
10 March 2022
One on one meetings with high school counselors.
Event set up
The event kicks off with a cocktail reception and dinner on the evening of the first day, facilitating a relaxed environment to mingle and network with this influential audience working in top private schools that offer an international curriculum and have a track record for sending sizable numbers of students and alumni abroad.
On the 2nd day, you’ll sit down to various 1 on 1 meetings, converse over coffee breaks, and enjoy a wonderful lunch – saving time by meeting new and current K-12 partners all in one location and maximizing your visit.
Latest Brazilian Higher Education Study Abroad Data (source: UNESCO Institute for Statistics)
At this point a total number of 58,841 Brazilian students are studying abroad for a higher education degree. The most popular study abroad destinations among students from Brazil are: