Exhibitions provide an increasingly diverse platform for institutions to engage with prospective students and build links with local education providers, agents and key influencers. Our programme of large-scale exhibitions is built on British Council’s long-term expertise, enhancing the profile and reputation of study in the UK and attracting high numbers of visitors. In many markets we deliver smaller, more targeted, market-specific events as well as a programme of virtual exhibitions which will continue to be developed, providing opportunities in markets where face-to-face events are not possible, while expanding our reach beyond main cities.

All exhibitions include a standard market briefing for participants. Briefings tailored to a specific sector may be available at additional cost.

Where do I get more information?

The full global exhibitions schedule can be found in the Exhibitions calendar, along with current registration status and access to the online registration system. The price will be published in the exhibitions calendar when full event details become available.

The UK-based Exhibitions team is led by the Global Exhibitions Manager and the Account Managers (Exhibitions).  The Exhibitions team should be the first point of contact for enquiries.

Prospective exhibitors may also want to watch out for related and peripheral activities posted by our country staff in the Opportunities section. Reports on concluded exhibitions will be posted in the Reports section 4-6 weeks after the event has ended.