International Student Fair Mexico City DF - Event Details
- International Student Fair Mexico City DF
- Sheraton Maria Isabel Hotel
- Start date
- Saturday, 29-Feb-2020 starts 14:30
- End date
- Sunday, 01-Mar-2020 ends 19:30
- Target Audience
- Bachelor, Master, PhD, Professional, MBA, Graduate
- Price (as of)
- 3600 US$
+ International Student Fair Mexico City DF - Event Description
This is one of Mexico's leading International Student Recruitment Fairs with a rich history. Among the particpating institutions at the International Student Fair in Mexico City are language schools, universities, high schools, business schools and graduate schools from more than 45 countries around the world. The previous edition of this Mexican education fair received over 7,500 students and over 40 institutions from 10 countries including: Australia, Canada, France, Ireland, New Zealand, Spain, Switzerland, Netherlands, US and the UK.
Mexico has been one of the most interesting countries to recruit students from for nearly a decade. It is the 11th largest economy in the world, and consistently ranks among the top ten countries sending students to the USA, Spain and Germany. Economic growth is soaring at 6% in 2018. At this point there are close to 30,000 Mexican students studying abroad for a bachelor, master or post graduate degree.
If you are looking to recruit student from the finest schools and universities in Mexico, you cannot afford to miss the International Student Fair in Mexico City. Other recruitment events in Mexico include:
International Education Fair in Monterrey
International Education Fair in Puebla
+ International Student Fair Mexico City DF - Event Program
International Education Fair in Mexico City - 29 Feb and 1 March 2020
Other fairs in Mexico in 2020
International Education Fair in Monterrey - 5 March 2020
International Education Fair in Puebla - 3 March 2020
Besides information on study possibilities abroad, the International Student Fair Mexico City will feature information sessions by study abroad organizations on how to have a successful international experience, information on flights, visas, accommodation type, health insurance, foreign exchange, student ID etc.
Lead management is a crucial component of any student recruitment campaign. The proprietary data scanner technology allows you to collect detailed student information in real time. All name, contact info and key information on what course, country and intended date of study are all captured. Your database will be ready for follow up the moment you walk out the door of the fair. Simple, easy, effective.
+ International Student Fair Mexico City DF - Visitor Info
Visitor info (based on 2019 event)
Number of visitors Mexico City - 2,500
Number of visitors Puebla - 1,500
Number of visitors Monterrey - 1,500
Courses of interest
Certificate/diploma courses: 24%
Language courses: 22%
MBA programs: 17%
Executive programs: 12%
Top 10 subject areas
Business & Management
Marketing & PR
Art & Design
+ International Student Fair Mexico City DF - Exhibitor Info
Education facts for Mexico
There was a growth of 43% on consumer expenditure on education between 2015 and 2018.
Some university fees at postgraduate level have reached the same cost as in the UK, however not the same prestige -
increasing demand for overseas study.
70% of the wealthiest 10% of the population go to college.
23% of Mexicans youths from ages 23-35 have a college degree.
Higher Education Institutions serve 3 million people, which equates to 30% of the university age population. The target of the Mexican goverment is to reach 50% by 2020. There are 61 technological Universities (2 years), 404 Public Universities and 1,955 Private Universities.
General market Info for Mexico
Population: 116 Million
2nd largest economy in Latin America
will overtake Brazil in 10 years Middle class: 39%.
11.4% growth between 2000 and 2010
Population under 24 years old: 46% Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey are the 3 biggest metropolitan areas of the country. Mexico City produces 34% of the country’s GDP which is equal to Peru’s economy and its GDP is set to double in 2020.
The household expenditure in Mexico City is close to an average household in Germany or Japan.
Guadalajara has the third highest GDP after Mexico City and Monterrey.
Guadalajara has been dubbed the "city of the middle class".
It has the 2nd strongest economic potential of any major North American city behind Chicago.
Monterrey has the highest per capita income of the nation in Mexico, it is ranked 2nd for quality of life in Latin America.