10 April 2016 London, Gulf Conferences Ltd is delighted to invite you to “The 6th Annual Gulf Education Conference & Exhibition” which will be held on the 8th and 9th of May 2016 in the University of Business and Technology in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia under the theme: ‘Improving Education for Society’. This is strategically supported by H.E. Abdelatif Elzaiani, Director General Executive Board GCC Cooperation Council.
This two-day conference explores the relationship between education and society and aims to address the challenges and opportunities facing the Education sector in the region and the future education needs of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Region and is dedicated to supporting global education programmes and to facilitate partnerships and student recruitment between international institutions, academies, schools and universities with Ministries of Education.
At the event you can:
1. Meet with Heads of the Scholarship Funds in the Middle East (Saudi, UAE, Kuwait, Bahrain, Jordan, Qatar, Oman, Kurdistan), for one on one meetings
2. Exhibit and attend the Gala Dinner at the event
3. Meet education agents, Universities, Education providers and institutes
4. Attend workshops on Women in Education, Scholarship Programs (sponsored students), International Student Mobility, Innovation in Education and Vocational and Technical Education and Training
For more information please visit our website www.gulfeducation.co.uk
To find out how you can participate please contact:
Event Business Developer
Gulf Conferences Ltd
14 Alexandria Road, London, W13 0NR
Tel: +44 (0) 203 597 7034
Fax: +44 (0) 203 322 5234
About Gulf Conferences Ltd:
Gulf Conferences Ltd is a leading UK based International Company with specific expertise in event organisation focused in the Middle Eastern and North African (MENA) region. With a wide array of expertise in positioning, marketing and all logistical elements of any event, Gulf Conferences possess its own portfolio of events namely in the Education sector, as well as having 8-years of recognised e