FPP EDU Media’s High School Road Shows are an excellent way to meet students at some of the world’s leading high schools, while building relationships with their careers advisers, by way of overseas study fairs and presentations. These schools include public, private, grammar and state funded schools, that we feel have the best proﬁle for overseas study - a tradition of high achieving students studying abroad; excellence in teaching, and high approval levels at major universities.
For several years, FPP has organized High School Road Shows in the UK, and individual High School Visits in Asia, Latin America and the Middle East. Due to the success of these Road Shows and Visits, as well as client demand, FPP is adding dedicated Brazil and Latin America High School Road Shows for the ﬁrst time this October.
|South East UK High School Road Show||October 2 – 5, 2017||£2900 GBP||REGISTER COMPLETE DETAILS|
|South West UK High School Road Show||October 9 – 12, 2017||£2900 GBP||REGISTER COMPLETE DETAILS|
|Brazil High School Road Show||October 16 – 20, 2017||$ 6,600 USD||REGISTER COMPLETE DETAILS|
|Latin America High School Road Show||October 23 – 26, 2017||$ 8,400 USD||REGISTER COMPLETE DETAILS|
All Road Shows are inclusive of accommodation, transport and meals.
Led by experienced and local FPP staff, the Road Shows visit two or three schools each day, with one in the morning, one in the afternoon, with at times a preferred option for a third school in the early evening, which parents are encouraged to attend.
Ten to fifteen carefully selected high schools are visited. This number is dependent upon a variety of factors - the geographical region being visited, the length of each visit, and the likelihood of collaborative open visits, whereby one school plays host to several schools in the local area.
Our aim is to maximize your time with students of a matching profile throughout the week.
At each visit, university representatives meet with the school’s career adviser, before setting-up for the school’s overseas study fair. At the school’s request and time-permitting, representatives may have the opportunity to give a presentation to the school’s assembled students prior to the fair.
In the build-up to the Road Shows, our School Liaison Managers visit the schools to prepare students for the event, often giving an assembly talk to students in the last two years of high school.
The number of exhibiting universities is strictly limited to 18, to ensure each university is well-promoted and a close-knit group of travelling representatives. To maintain a truly global feel and prevent the event from being dominated by any one country, six universities are permitted per country.
Friendly FPP staff take care of the planning, organization and management of all aspects of the Road Shows to provide not only a successful recruitment tour, but also a comfortable and carefree one.
Please enquire for the names of the high schools being visited and detailed profiles of each. We hope you can join us!
“It was fantastic! Truly. The students were very attentive and responsive. I liked how diverse the schools were in terms of location, and the students were great. I definitely would like to do more school visits like this in the future.”
University of Delaware
“Great organisation!! My compliments. It was great to just get in a bus and not think about logistics and where to go too much. So thanks for organising it the way you did. It was perfect …a fun and good week!”
University of Groningen
“The event turned out to be great because of the number of targeted prospective students who were genuinely interested in the study programs offered. Very good matching as regards student interest and programs offered.”
Arizona State University
“The high school visits were very good! Students showed great interest, and the quality of students was very high. The counselors who we worked with were also very kind and welcoming”
American University of Rome
“The school visits were fantastic. They were at excellent schools one might not normally visit with exceptional students. Our expectations were more than met!”
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee