Want to do business with the Gulf? Make the most of StudyWorld

Universities, government ministries and educational councils are among the official Gulf delegates making appointments at StudyWorld.

Most of the 14 attendees from four nations represent leading universities, but health and education ministries and councils will also be at the event.

They will all be based in the event’s first-ever Gulf Lounge, organised in association with regional specialists Gulf Conferences Ltd and sponsored by King Abdulaziz University.

“We’re really excited about the Gulf Lounge and the opportunities it provides for our educators and officials from the region to get together both formally and informally to discuss needs and possibilities,” said Jodie Gray, head of market development for English UK. She added: “Meetings are booking up fast, so if you’ve keen to move into this market, we recommend you act quickly.”

The Gulf delegates have a wide variety of objectives, including continuing training for nurses, CPD for university lecturers and other staff, establishment of in-country higher-level academic programmes, academic collaborations, and the development of educational policies and programmes.

Organisations represented include Qatar University, Taibah University, Princess Nourah University, The University of Hafr Al-Batin, Imam Mohammed Ibn Saud Islamic University, Shaqra University, as well as the Saudi Arabia Ministry of Education, the Oman Ministry of Health and the Abu Dhabi Educational Council.

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