Be found by Chinese students looking to go abroad.
Cultivate the word of mouth needed to make a lasting impression in China.
Chinese students currently make up 42% of all international students enrolled in US high schools.
Be found by Chinese students based on your schools' core offerings & students preferences.
Individual Pages for each of your Schools
Upload information about each school in your district- unlimited schools for free.
Show off your Facilities and Clubs
Demonstrate your schools' extra curriculars and facilities to give students a taste of life there.
Manage Future and Current Parents
Create groups, have discussions in forums and give feedback to key promoters- parents.
Features For Public High School Districts
Designed specifically for Public School Districts recruiting Chinese students
The same controls as your own website- but more simple and located within a community of international students.
Real student feedback and word of mouth for potential students to know the real you.
Total control of your content.
Your e-Booth links to your website and email, and students apply directly to your institution.
Use photo, video, and VR (coming soon) to show students where and what they might be studying.
Pathway & Language Programs
Word of Mouth
Recruit through Partners
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Register your institution
Thank you for supporting Chinese students
Before registering, check that your institution meets the requirements to open an e-Booth on eduFair:
Authorized employee - The individual opening an e-Booth must be a direct employee of the institution (agents cannot open e-Booths on behalf of institutions).
Student visas - The institution must be able to sponsor and/or provide documents (for example: a study permit or acceptance letter) for international students applying for student visas so that a student can legally enter a country and remain in-country for the purpose of studying.
Recognized qualifications (for institutions granting degrees or diplomas) - The institution must grant qualifications that are recognized by local governments, official accrediting bodies, or the Chinese Ministry of Education.