Diversify your nationality mix and gain first-hand insights into Australia’s
second most significant source region after Asia.

For the 5th year in a row, Austrade has partnered with FPP EDU Media in Latin America to promote Australian education and help institutions recruit students.

In 2019, Austrade led Australian Pavilions inside FPP's Students Fairs (EDUEXPOS) in five countries, this year there have been some changes to ensure institutions wanting to cover all 5 countries can do so over 14 days instead of 2 months. This means that FPP with Austrade support will organise Study in Australia Fairs in Sao Paulo and Mexico City and Australian branded Pavilions at FPPs Student Fairs in Bogota, Lima and Santiago.

Austrade's LATAM Study Australia showcase

Austrade has organised a showcase around the Fairs & Pavilions to allow institutions to maximise their time in the region, including events such as program elements that are most relevant to the various markets, with some programs in second-tier cities, and include events such as: briefings from scholarship bodies, science and technology agencies, digital agencies, ministries of education, school visits and school counsellor briefings, university visits and on-campus fairs, engagements with key corporate HR, agent engagement activities. The program will also include elements supported by the Department of Education and Department of Home Affairs.

Access more information on the Austrade-led LATAM Study Australia Showcase and register through a separate process HERE

Why you should participate

  • Latin America is Australia’s largest source region for international students outside Asia and a key market for diversification, with growing opportunity to expand strategic approaches to the different markets introduced through the Showcase programs.
  • Profile your institution, explore new opportunities and contribute towards your institution’s diversification strategy.
  • Gain first-hand insights into a region with relatively lower engagement by Australia’s education sector as compared with Asia, including two of Australia's top 10 markets, Brazil and Colombia.

Who should participate:

Australian CRICOS providers of:

  • Higher education
  • VET
  • And Australian state and territory study promotion agencies.

Event Dates and Locations

FPP & Austrade invite Australian CRICOS registered education and training institutions and state/city marketing bodies to register for the 2020 Latin America mission.

Registration deadline - February 6, 2020

Brazil Sao Paulo March 22 Study in Australia Fair USD 2,395
Mexico Mexico City March 26 Study in Australia Fair USD 2,395
Colombia Bogota March 28 & 29 Australian Pavilion USD 2,995
Peru Lima April 2 Australian Pavilion USD 1,795
Chile Santiago April 4 Australian Pavilion USD 1,595
Multi-city offer: attend all 5 events for USD 9,580 (discount of USD 1,595)

What in included in the Study in Australia events?

  • In Sao Paulo, Mexico City & Santiago, table and chairs with self standing banner.
  • In Bogota and Lima, a 6m2 booth (3m wide x 2m deep) table & chairs with your branding on the back 3 panels of your booth. Each panel measuring, 120 cm (h) - 97 cm (w).
  • Exhibitors must send artwork for their banner and/or booth panels by February 21, 2020.
  • Internet connection and electricity.
  • Your profile on the Study in Australia website where students register.
  • Listing and logo on E-newsletter sent to all registered students.
  • Exhibitor app to immediately scan and save student information.
  • Access to FPP HUB to update your profile and download student’s details.
  • FPP Rewards Programme - for every dollar you invest you earn one FPP Point which can be used to redeem discounts on future FPP events.

Full Itinerary including Austrade’s LATAM Study Australia showcase

Overview of event program (subject to change)
Sao Paulo Sunday, March 22 Market Breifing
Sao Paulo Sunday, March 22 Study in Australia Fair
Sao Paulo Monday, March 23 Micro Masterclasses and speed meetings with top tier school counselors
Sao Paulo Monday, March 23 Mini fairs at private schools
Travel day Tuesday, March 24
Puebla Wednesday, March 25 Day trip to Puebla for the Study Australia mini fair in a recognised university.
Mexico City Thursday March 26 Micro Masterclasses and speed meetings with top tier school and academic counsellors
Mexico City Thursday March 26 Pitch Panel and Market briefings
Mexico City Thursday March 26 Study in Australia Fair
Travel day Friday, March 27
Bogota Friday, March 27 FPP's School Counsellor's Huddle. Separate registration process, directly with FPP
Bogota Saturday, March 28 Market briefing
Bogota Saturday, March 28 Australian Pavilion inside FPP Student Fair
Bogota Sunday, March 29 Australian Pavilion inside FPP Student Fair
Travel day Tuesday, March 31
Arequipa Wednesday, April 1 Second tier city - full day program
Lima Thursday, April 2 Australian Pavilion inside FPP Student Fair
Travel morning Friday, April 3
Santiago Friday, April 3 Roundtable briefing and pitch panel
Santiago Saturday, April 4 Market briefing
Santiago Saturday, April 4 Australian Pavilion inside FPP Student Fair

Access more information on the Austrade-led LATAM Study Australia Showcase and register through a separate process HERE

Registration Form

Terms and Conditions

1. Definitions

"Organizers" shall mean FPP EDU Media. "Customer" shall mean any person or persons, firm or company, their servants or agents, or contractors applying for and being allotted space or other services. "Contract" shall mean these Terms and Conditions together with the official application form signed for and on behalf of the Organizers and the "Event" shall mean the event stated on the face of the contract or invoice form. "Space" shall mean the area in the Event building applied for by or allotted to the customer.

2. Education Agent Participation

- Education agents cannot register to participate in the Australia Future Unlimited Education Pavilions.
- Education agents cannot represent an Australian institution on their own, there must be an institution representative present.
- Australian institutions exhibiting in the Australian Pavilions can nominate agents to assist them during the event. A maximum of two agents may be at the booth at any given time. All nominated agents must be Qualified Education Agent Counsellors (QEAC – EATC).
- Agents nominated to accompany institutions can wear agency t-shirts, hand out business cards and use stickers on institutional material if permitted by the exhibiting institution. No other forms of agent advertising are allowed – this prohibits use of banners, flyers, magazines and any other form of marketing material.

3. Abandonment and Limitation

a) In the event of abandonment, postponement or cancellation of the Event for any reason or limitation of the use of the Event premises or of any of the services provided therein resulting from circumstances beyond the control of the Organizers or intervention by an outside authority or by a decision found necessary by the Organizers, the Customer shall have no claim against the Organizers in respect of loss, delay, costs, expenses, monies or damage and the Customer's liability under this Contract shall not be reduced. b) The Organizers reserve the right to alter the layout of the event in any respect and at any time. Should it be necessary to rearrange the event or transfer it to another location, the Organizers shall be entitled to allot alternative space to the Customer as the Organizers may determine. They will adjust the cost of the space as necessary for the Customer if the space is affected by such alteration but will not be liable to make any further payment or compensation and the Customer will not be entitled to withdraw from the contract. c) In case the Customer does not take possession of the space by 12 P.M. on the opening day of the Event, the Organizer reserves the right to allot the space to others without refunding the participation charges already paid.

4. Bankruptcy or Liquidation

In the event of the Customer being declared bankrupt or going into voluntary or compulsory liquidation or failing to observe and perform the obligations or make payment under the terms of the Contract, the Customer may be determined to be in breach of the Contract and all monies paid by the Customer shall be forfeited without prejudice to the right of the Organizers to claim for breach of contract.

5. Risks and Insurance

a) All exhibits articles and other property brought into the event hall by the Customer, shall be at the risk of the Customer. The Organizers shall not be responsible for any loss, damage or destruction occasioned by any cause whatsoever. b) The Customer shall be liable for and agrees to indemnify and keep indemnified the Organizers against any action, liability, costs, claims, expenses, damages and losses (whether loss or profits or otherwise) arising out of any act or omission of whatsoever nature by the Customer within the Event premises. c) The Customer is requested to bring his own power adapters/converters for a stabilized supply of power to their devices, since the Organizer cannot ensure stabilized power supply at all times. d) Customers will be fully responsible for any damage done to the premises, furniture and fixtures provided to them, and the decision of the Organizer in this respect will be final.

6. Withdrawal

Without prejudice to the rights and remedies of the Organizers in respect of any breach of the Contract on the Customer\'s part, the Organizers may at their discretion allow the Customer to withdraw from the Event subject to the following conditions. a) the Customer must give written notice and if this notice is given prior to 90 days of the commencement of the event, a 30% cancellation fee will be applied. b) the Customer must give written notice and if this notice is given prior to 60 days of the commencement of the event, a 50% cancellation fee will be applied. c) if the customer gives notice of cancellation within 60 days of commencement of the event, no cancellation will be permitted and the full amount will remain either payable or no refund will be offered on monies previously paid. d) the Organizers will notify customer of cancellation in writing and from that time will have the right to deal with the space in the way the organizers consider best including the reallocation to another customer. e) when payment of the above amounts to the Organizers is received, the Contract shall be finally cancelled and one part shall have no further claim on the other.

7. Changes in Registration

Any request for changes after the registration form has been received, including but not limited to: Hotel registration, Transportation registration, EXPO registration, Stand Assistant Request - within 30 days of commencement of EXPO will incur a US$30.00 fee for each change. Cancellation or withdrawal from EduCanada Events and EduCanada Pavilions at Expo, webinars, and/or virtual fairs will abide by the withdrawal policy listed in section 6 above.

8. Additional Services and Charges

The Organizers reserve the right to make additional charges to the Customer equal to any amount charged to them for any services supplied whether specifically ordered or not. The Organizers accept no responsibility for quality or standard or breakdown or failure of any of the services provided for, or in connection with the Event.

9. Media waiver

I give permission to FPP EDU Media to use photographs or video footage of me, taken at an FPP EDU Media event, for FPP EDU Media promotional purposes only.

10. Payments

Payments for the services contained on invoices/remittance advices must be in accordance with the dates specified. Payment in respect of withdrawal as detailed in Clause 6 above or additional charges as detailed in Clause 7 above must be made within 30 days of date of invoice. In the case of non-payment of monies due for space by the contracted date, the Organizers reserve the right to consider the Contract to be cancelled and all monies paid forfeited.

11. Exclusion of Personnel

The Organizers reserve the right to exclude or remove from the Event any person or persons whose presence is or is likely to be undesirable and the organizers may exercise the rights notwithstanding that any person is the servant or agent of the Customer or is otherwise in any way connected with the Customer.

12. Exhibits

a) The exhibits on display must be fair-worthy quality, properly labelled and must comply with the Terms and Conditions of this Contract. b) Space should not obstruct the view of adjoining spaces nor be operated in any manner objectionable to other Customers. All lighting within the space must be arranged and operated and should not be distracting to adjacent spaces. Phonographs, radios or other sound devices operated in a manner objectionable to Organizers or Other Customers shall be prohibited.

13. Notice

Any notice or other document to be given under these Terms and Conditions shall be in writing and shall be duly given and deemed to have been received by the addressee two working days following the dispatch, if received at or sent by hand or by registered post or by telex, facsimile or other electronic media to the relevant party at the address on the Contract overleaf or such other address as one party may from time to time given by written notice to the other.

14. Cancellation

In the event that the number of applications is not sufficient by 30 days prior to the fair, we reserve the right to cancel the exhibition. Should this occur, we will refund all fees including the deposit, however, we cannot accept any responsibility for any loss incurred by the exhibitor as a result of the cancellation.

15. Governance

The validity, construction and performance of these Terms and Conditions shall be governed by United States law, as appropriate, and shall be subject to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of the United States, as appropriate.