Often regarded as an easy-to-penetrate market, India forms the cornerstone of many educational institution’s international student intake. With almost 200,000 Indian students currently studying abroad - a number that seemingly has no limits - only China sends more international students overseas.
India has the 2nd largest population of higher education students, and is predicted to pass China within the next 10 years, with an estimated 119 million college aged students by 2025.
Already over 50% of the country’s population is under the age of 25, making India home to one of the world’s youngest populations.

India / EDUEXPOS

September 3 to September 9, 2017

Buy 3 cities in India, get a 4th free

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Location Date Early Bird Rate Standard Rate
Mumbai September 3, 2017 $ 1,790 USD $ 1,990 USD fpp edu media info about Mumbai
Chennai September 5, 2017 $ 1,790 USD $ 1,990 USD fpp edu media info about Chennai
Bangalore September 7, 2017 $ 1,790 USD $ 1,990 USD fpp edu media info about Bangalore
New Delhi September 9, 2017 $ 1,790 USD $ 1,990 USD fpp edu media info about new delhi

 

FPP has been organizing biannual fairs in India’s exciting student markets since 2015, and has been quick to gain the support of attending government bodies, such as the US Embassy, Education USA, the High Commission of Canada, DAAD Germany, NUFFIC Netherlands, and CampusFrance. In the second semester of 2017, FPP will be visiting four major cities, each with a great student population.

Mumbai, formerly Bombay, is known as the business capital of India, and is the country’s main financial and communication centre. It is also home to many young professionals. Currently ranked sixth on the list of the world's most populous cities, it’s projected to become the fourth largest city by 2030, when its population would grow to 28 million from the current 21 million.
Chennai (formerly Madras), is India’s 6th largest city and the largest educational, commercial and industrial centre of South India. The city has a strong automotive industry and is known as the ‘Detroit’ of India.
Bangalore (Bengaluru) is the centre of India’s high-tech and IT industry, and is often referred to as India’s Silicone Valley. Bangalore has a population of approximately 10.5 million, including the country’s highest concentration of young people, and is the fastest growing Indian metropolis behind New Delhi.
New Delhi is the capital of India, and one of the world's most populous cities. Since 1990, the population has more than doubled to 25 million. Together, New Delhi and Old Delhi combine to form a bustling metropolis that has an amazing mix of modernisation and carefully preserved antiquity.
Rates & Available Discounts

Multi-city Discount

Buy 3 cities in India, get a 4th free

Registration Deadlines

Early Bird Rate: To June 30, 2017
Standard Rate: From July 1, 2017

Optional Fees

Translator/Stand Assistant
$120 USD per day of fair

Sponsorship of the student registration confirmation email (logo and link). Available for up to three sponsors.

Sponsorship of the student badge (logo, image, name). Available for one exclusive sponsor.

What is included in the price?
  • Listing and logo on E-newsletter sent to all registered students. (USD 350 value)
  • Exhibitor Profile on the EDUEXPO Website where students register.
  • Software application that enables you to immediately scan and save student information.
  • A profile on EDUFINDME.com with a free upgrade to the Premium plan from the time of registration until 2 weeks after the fair.
  • Fully-integrated online student lead management.
  • A post on our facebook page for students, over one million likes and counting. (USD 350 value)
  • EDU-POINTS, earn reward points on every fair you join, you can redeem points for FPP services.

India by the numbers

Statistics from April 2017 fairs.

* More than one choice is allowed

Age of visitors:

40 + 0.9
31 - 40 0.9
24 - 30 24.6
19 - 23 58.6
16 - 18 14.3
< 16 0.8

Gender

Male 72.2
Female 27.8

Number of visitors:

Chennai 1,018
Bangalore 995
New Delhi 1,134
Mumbai 694
TOTAL: 3,841

Top 10 courses of Interest: *

Masters 70.0
MBA 22.5
Bachelors 14.5
Certificate Diploma Courses 8.8
PHD 8.5
Vocational career Technical Programs 5
Executive Programs 4.5
Language Programs 2.3
Online Distance Learning 2
Extension Programs 1.2

Where students want to study? *

Canada 54.2%
United States 51.7%
Germany 48.2%
United Kingdom 44.1%
Australia 40.7%
France 27.6%
New Zealand 25.8%
Singapore 20.2%
Switzerland 18.9%
Netherlands 18.5%
Sweden 13.7%
Italy 12.8%
Spain 10.8%
Denmark 10.4%
Ireland 10.2%
India 9.9%
Russia 8.9%
United Arab Emirates 8.7%
Norway 8.6%
Japan 8.5%

Why recruit in India?

Often regarded as an easy-to-penetrate market, India forms the cornerstone of many educational institution’s international student intake. With almost 200,000 Indian students currently studying abroad - a number that seemingly has no limits - only China sends more international students overseas.

India has the 2nd largest population of higher education students, and is predicted to pass China within the next 10 years, with an estimated 119 million college aged students by 2025. Already over 50% of the country’s population is under the age of 25, making India home to one of the world’s youngest populations.

Why are Indian students going abroad?

Between 2007 and 2013 the number of Indian students enrolling in higher education doubled to 28 million. With this level of growth, the level of quality of education has struggled to keep up, further encouraging students to consider overseas institutions to continue and complete their education. The Indian government is looking to increase the quality of the country’s education system, and has targeted being home to 20 world-class universities.

Indian students tend to look for recognition on a global level to give them a competitive edge over the huge number of peers that they will be competing with for jobs. They believe that the best way to find this is through quality education, which is limited within India, but in abundance overseas.

English speaking countries tend to be the highest receivers of Indian students, followed by a number of European countries, but with the rest of the world – particularly Asia – still receiving high numbers of Indian students.

Mumbai

Mumbai, formerly Bombay, is known as the business capital of India, and is the country’s main financial and communication centre. It is also home to many young professionals. Currently ranked sixth on the list of the world's most populous cities, it’s projected to become the fourth largest city by 2030, when its population would grow to 28 million from the current 21 million.

Chennai

Chennai (formerly Madras), is India’s 6th largest city and the largest educational, commercial and industrial centre of South India. The city has a strong automotive industry and is known as the ‘Detroit’ of India.

Bangalore

Bangalore (Bengaluru) is the centre of India’s high-tech and IT industry, and is often referred to as India’s Silicone Valley. Bangalore has a population of approximately 10.5 million, including the country’s highest concentration of young people, and is the fastest growing Indian metropolis behind New Delhi.

New Delhi

New Delhi is the capital of India, and one of the world's most populous cities. Since 1990, the population has more than doubled to 25 million. Together, New Delhi and Old Delhi combine to form a bustling metropolis that has an amazing mix of modernisation and carefully preserved antiquity.

What our clients say

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"FPP is not only the best education fair organizer, but is also an important strategic partner for us. They clearly prioritise customer satisfaction and since we first met them 12 years ago, they have constantly outdone themselves in organizing and managing education fairs.
Since 2014 we have been hiring FPP to organize our own event - AC EXPO - the largest education fair in Brazil for students willing to go to Australian and New Zealand. It has been a real pleasure to work with them and the results have been incontestable. I have no doubt that education providers may accomplish very good ROI after an FPP fair."

Vinicius Barreto
Australian Centre (Brazil, Colombia, Australia)

"We have been working with FPP for 8 years. It has been really good working with them, the organisation and quality of students is very good. We recommend FPP and EDUEXPOS."

Vitor Meneghetti
Hello Study (Brazil & Australia)

"We’ve been doing FPP for the past four and a half years, because of the quality of students. The number of applications that are converting are really good. It is part of our marketing plan every year now."

Felipe Rivera
Australian Option (Australia, Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela, China)