Target Audience: K-12, Language Schools and Post-secondary Institutions
Global Affairs Canada is pleased to invite eligible Canadian institutions to participate in the next EduCanada Virtual Fair in the Middle East.
These virtual fairs are designed to allow Canadian representatives to reach out to potential students, parents, high school counselors and agents in the region.
FPP EDU Media is responsible for the organization and all logistics for the EduCanada Virtual Fairs. The Canadian missions (Canadian High-Commissions, Embassies & Consulates) outlined in the chart below will be participating with an EduCanada virtual booth, counseling students about studying in Canada.
|Countries Covered||Date||TYPE OF EVENT||Early-Bird Rate||Standard Rate|
Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Palestinian Territories, Qatar, Saudi Arabia & United Arab Emirates
|October 14, 2020||EduCanada Virtual Fair||CAD 2,400||CAD 2,800|
Middle East and North Africa
Early-Bird Rate Deadline: September 04, 2020
October 14, 2020 - 10am to 2pm EDT (time in your location): EduCanada Virtual Fair
The EduCanada brand supports the international education offer of Canadian provinces and territories. It is the result of collaboration between the provinces and territories through the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC) and Global Affairs Canada.
The EduCanada brand signals that its holder consistently provides high quality education programs, deals with international students in accordance with recognized codes of practice and is subject to quality assurance mechanisms that monitor adherence to set standards.
Further to the Brand Use Eligibility Policy jointly established by Global Affairs Canada and the CMEC, K-12 schools, post-secondary education institutions and language schools are invited to consult the provincial lists of brand eligible institutions at www.extranet-educanada.ca.
Note that only institutions appearing on the provincial lists are eligible to participate in events (i.e. Canada-only fairs, Canada pavilions at third party fairs or other outreach events) organized and/or coordinated by Global Affairs Canada and/or its assigned service provider. If the institution is not on the list, it is not eligible to participate unless written consent is obtained from the province/territory where the institution is located. Questions on this issue should be directed to Aamir Taiyeb at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Banks, airlines and insurance companies offering services to students may participate as sponsors and will be situated separately (in the non-branded area).
Education agents or consultants cannot register for an education fair organized by Global Affairs Canada and/or its assigned service provider. Registration must be completed by a representative from a brand eligible institution. If a Canadian institution or school board designates an agent to participate on its behalf, it must advise Global Affairs Canada and/or its assigned service provider. The education agent must also provide a Mandate Letter from the institution demonstrating that it is authorized to act on its behalf. No promotional material from education agents, including but not limited to, business cards, flyers, brochures, swag or apparel shall be used, displayed or distributed at the booth/table or at the event. Promotional material will be limited to material supplied by the brand eligible institution.