An international student recruitment virtual fair focused towards empowering study abroad aspirants.
iSchoolConnect Technologies, an AI-based Edtech company, is hosting India’s biggest Study Abroad Fest on February 19 and 20, 2022. The virtual fair is a two-day event that allows parents and aspiring students to meet one-on-one with representatives from prominent overseas universities.
“With over 50 booths set up by international recruitment officers of top universities from around the globe, the Study Abroad Fest is our endeavor to facilitate conversations between aspirants from India, South Asia, and the Middle East with experts and intellectuals from top global universities,” says Vaibhav Gupta, Marketing and Alliance Head, iSchoolConnect Technologies.
University representatives from leading study abroad destinations such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Europe, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand will set up virtual booths to nurture high-quality leads and engage with potential candidates. Aspirants will get an opportunity to have personalized conversations with experts about the nuances of university admission and the various courses offered.
Many students intend to pursue higher education abroad. However, myths and stereotypes about studying abroad put a damper on aspirants’ spirits. The Study Abroad Fest is a platform to break free from all the myths and get clarity about higher education opportunities abroad.
The previous editions of the iSC Study Abroad Fest have been a massive success. The most recent edition of the fest, held in October 2021, had 3,000 student attendees, 40 prominent institutions and 55+ international experts. It was brimming with wisdom, expert insights, and an interactive audience eager to learn from the best of the industry. The event had representatives from prestigious universities like Bentley University, University of Dublin, University of Melbourne, Temple University, and many more.
“This time, we are receiving a tremendous response, with thousands of students already registered for the event,” says Vaibhav Gupta.