EAIE Exhibition 2020: the meeting point to secure international partnerships

Bringing together more than 6000 members of the international higher education community, the EAIE Exhibition is an outstanding platform to  develop quality business contacts through face-to-face interactions. See who exhibited at EAIE Helsinki 2019 and book your stand early to ensure your organisation is represented at Europe's largest international higher education conference and exhibition.

Why exhibit?

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    Promote your services

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    Reach a prime audience

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    Build new partnerships

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    Generate new leads and customers

Who will you reach?

  • Professionals working in student services, marketing and recruitment, alumni relations, credential evaluation, etc
  • Managers of international education programmes
  • University rectors and international office directors
  • Government representatives and policy makers

How does our exhibition work?

With a 94% rebooking rate, our exhibition’s popularity continues to grow. The exhibition has been fully booked in the past and stands are sold on a first come, first served basis. To guarantee best positioning, we advise you to reserve your space as soon as possible. If you have any special location requests, ie within a certain country pavilion or close to another exhibitor, our exhibition partner ICWE will work with you and try, wherever possible, to comply with your request regarding your stand’s location. 

Practical information

Important dates

  • 15
    Sep 2020

    Exhibitor set up

  • 16–18
    Sep 2020

    EAIE Exhibition

Exhibition partner

The EAIE Exhibition is organised in cooperation with ICWE GmbH, who have more than 20 years of experience in organising events in the educational sector. ICWE GmbH is on hand to provide exhibitors with professional and individual support before and during the conference. Do you have any questions? Contact ICWE now.

What do our exhibitors say?

The Exhibition is the most important meeting place for following up on international agreements.

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