English UK village at ICEF Berlin

Running from Sunday 4 - Tuesday 6 November 2018, English UK will have a high profile Education is GREAT branded village promoting the UK education offer at the ICEF Berlin Workshop.

ICEF Berlin is a major networking forum for international education. It draws delegates from all over the world and includes seminars, informal networking and pre-scheduled meetings.

Held in Berlin, Germany, UK education will have a strong presence at ICEF Berlin 2018 with an Education is GREAT branded village, over 200 additional UK educators attending and a prominent English UK stand to promote UK ELT to the world.

We will also hold a seminar - At the cutting edge: 2018 data and what it means for your business - with Maria Cervenanova, senior research manager at StudentMarketing, and a panel of English UK member centre representatives, chaired by Jodie Gray, director of strategic development at English UK.

The session will showcase English UK's intelligence activities - from QUIC to a pilot that could set new gold standard for industry intelligence - and give an overview of their most interesting findings.

Educators can arrange up to 40 one-to-one meetings with study abroad agents via the Marcom e-Schedule PRO online meeting booking system, as well as valuable networking opportunities.

Funding from the Tradeshow Access Programme

[Funding for this event has been awarded and no further applications will be accepted]

English UK secured funding from the Department for International Trade's Tradeshow Access Programme (TAP) to support UK educators participating in ICEF Berlin.

TAP funding helps small to medium-sized UK educators that would otherwise be unable to attend, to join and gain exposure under the Education is GREAT brand. Tables booked with TAP support are positioned in an Education is GREAT branded village to maximise visibility.

English UK is an accredited Trade Challenge Partner for the ICEF Mexico-Colombia Roadshow and ICEF Dubai, and coordinates the grants for these events.

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