Promotional opportunities at ExpoBelta, São Paulo
30 January 2009

Brochure racking

We are offering members the opportunity to display their brochures on the English UK stand at ExpoBelta in São Paulo, Brazil in March 2009.

ExpoBelta is the annual student recruitment exhibition organised by the Brazilian agents' association, Belta. As part of the ExpoBelta Forum, Tony Millns and a representative from the UK Border Agency will be leading a briefing session for agents on the new points-based visa system for students.

For more information about the exhibition, please see the message below from the British Council Brazil.

There are 20 brochure racking spaces available in São Paulo. Brochures will be displayed and handed out from a large English UK stand area shared with representatives from the British Council's Accreditation Unit. The price of participation is £150 + the cost of shipping to Brazil (we ask that you provide around 100 brochures each). Materials should be sent to our courier (based in London). We will then arrange for all brochures to be sent overseas and will invoice you the cost of shipping plus the £150 administration fee after the event.

How to register

Please email Jodie Gray on to register your interest in taking part (places will be allocated on a first come first served basis).

ExpoBelta (a message from the British Council Brazil)

British Council Brazil would like to provide you with updated information about ExpoBelta 2009, the educational fair sponsored by Belta - the Brazilian Educational and Language Travel Association. The Fair will take place in March 2009 in two cities:

  • 27 to 29 March 2009 : Sao Paulo
  • 31 March 2009 : Belo Horizonte

Please note that the Rio de Janeiro event has been cancelled and the Belo Horizonte event has been re-scheduled in its place.

For more information about the event, please click on the following link:

You can also contact Karin Florez - - for general information, special airfares and hotel rates.

For information on a special discount for UK institutions, please contact Daniela Madureira, British Council Brazil -


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