The seventh edition of the Gulf Education Conference and Exhibition will be held at the University of Business and Technology, Dahban Campus, Jeddah, from February 20 to 21, 2018.
The event will bring together many leading academics, government ministers, private sector representatives and civil society experts to explore the key role earmarked for education in driving forward Vision 2030 and ensuring the Kingdom’s continued success.
Ahmed Al Eissa, the minister of education, will introduce the conference. Several keynote speakers will also address the audience, with a focus on what is required by the Saudi education system, what projects are in place already and what needs to be done to ensure Vision 2030 achieves its goals.
In addition, participants will have the opportunity to look at relevant issues through plenary presentations, case studies and in smaller discussion groups.
The event will provide universities looking to increase their admission rates and/or the diversity of students in attendance with important opportunities to meet with students, their parents and government representatives face to face.
It will also offer companies the chance to obtain the most up-to-date and useful information available about the realities of investing in and partnering with Saudi Arabian institutions of education, with senior leaders of 40+ universities from across the globe expected to attend.
Oxford Business Group will be a partner for the 2018 edition of the Gulf Education Conference and Exhibition.