The Education Post, the dedicated education media arm of The South China Morning Post, is teaming up with Coast to Coast Education and is proud to introduce the first UK Boarding School Festival in Hong Kong. This event will bring together the best selection of UK primary and secondary boarding schools all under one roof, providing the perfect opportunity for schools to meet with families that are interested in studying abroad and to offer impartial help and guidance on the best boarding options for each child.
The education fair will be supplemented with a special report on UK Boarding Schools in our October issue of Good Schools Guide magazine. This magazine, available in both print and digital versions, will be circulated to all SCMP direct subscribers and users, reaching to more than 100,000 readers.
Date & Time: Feb 18, 2017 (Saturday), 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Venue: JW Marriott Hotel, Admiralty, Hong Kong
Target audience: Local parents of students aged 4-16 years old interested in overseas study
No. of exhibitors: approx. 30
No. of visitors: 500 families+ of primary, preparatory and secondary education
Opportunities for exhibiting at the event, and advertising in our Good Schools Guide are available as below:
Not only do schools get to interact with visiting parents and students, as well as gaining leads for potential student enrolment, they will also benefit from the extensive level of promotional exposure and editorial coverage in print, digital and social media through the SCMP platform. This exclusive event is commission free, and the only one of its kind in Hong Kong.
Who are we? Coast to Coast Education specialises in providing trusted and exciting educational experiences around the world. As a market leader in the running of easter and summer residential educational courses, Coast to Coast has teamed up with the SCMP in an exclusive partnership to improve education opportunities, expertise, and guidance for families in Hong Kong. Our UK Boarding Schools Fair combines Coast to Coast’s specialist knowledge of UK schools, universities and summer courses, with the Education Post’s unrivalled reach and influence in the region.