2019 ICEF Miami
9th– 11th December 2019
USA | Maiami, Loews Miami Beach Hotel
The 11th annual ICEF Miami gives educators and service providers from the Americas the opportunity to meet quality, active student recruitment agents from around the world in one convenient location.
The United States and Canada are top study destinations with broad international appeal across all educational sectors. Each year, an increasing number of North American institutions turn to agents to help them boost international enrolments and increase the quality of student applicants. The best place to find top-quality agents focused primarily on the US and Canada is ICEF Miami.
All agents attending ICEF Miami are carefully selected and are required to pass ICEF’s strict screening process. Agents must provide multiple references from current business partners, as well as proof of ethical business practices and a successful track record of placing students at North American institutions.
Prior to the event, educators are able to schedule up to 38 one-to-one business meetings online with agents from all over the world. The ICEF online booking system allows educators to view comprehensive agent profiles, including the number of students sent to each education sector in the US and Canada over the last 12 months. This information helps you to identify and meet with the agents most relevant to you.
ICEF Miami is an ideal opportunity for US and Canadian institutions to benefit from a large number of top quality recruiters committed to building lasting partnerships within the Americas.
Regular Price – EUR 4,400
Early Bird (if applicable) – EUR 3,900
Make 2 ICEF event bookings to receive an 18% discount!
ICEF connects Educators, Education Agents, Work & Travel Professionals, and Industry Service Providers to key markets and networks worldwide, supporting the growth and development of international education and global student mobility. Through ICEF’ s various services, education institutions and agents achieve results and efficiencies in growing international student enrollments.