• The only agent workshop fully focusing on New Zealand schools
  • The most cost-effective way to recruit international students
  • Agents from more than 15 countries


Benefits of participation

Participation in the workshop will help schools to reach the following goals:

  • Increasing numbers of international students. Meeting a lot of qualified and dedicated agents will definitely help to do it.
  • Getting better quality international students. Explaining to the agents what kind of students the school is expecting to get will help you to reach students matching your school requirements. Getting more international applications will also allow you to choose the best.
  • Diversifying the international student body. It is important to get international students from various countries. If there are too many students from one country they tend to cluster together, do not interact actively with local students or students from other countries and therefore do not actually get the benefits they might get otherwise. At a certain stage, it even becomes a marketing disadvantage - parents would prefer the environment where their children would mix with other cultures. Meeting agents from more than 20 countries will certainly help get a good mix of students.
  • Gathering market intelligence. Talking to a lot of agents and your colleagues from other schools involved in international marketing will help you get a better understanding of the current market situation, trends, tendencies, identifying potential markets and plan your international marketing activities in a better way.

How exactly will the workshop help schools to achieve the goals?

  • It will allow schools to meet current and potential strategic partners face-to-face. During the workshop, schools will be able arrange one-to-one, face-to-face meetings with quality agents from more than 15 countries.
  • It is time-efficient. Participating in the workshop will only takes 2 days. It would take much more time to visit all the represented agents in different countries personally.
  • It is cost-efficient. The cost of participation is sufficiently less than the travel costs associated with visiting all the agents in person. It is also more attractive than the costs of participation in other agent workshops not focusing on schools.
    You can find more information about our costs here.

Why are we different?

Our workshop is different from the others in the following way:

  • We focus on New Zealand school sector only. We invite only schools to participate in the event (by schools we mean primary, intermediate and secondary schools, not language schools). We welcome only agents committed to working with New Zealand schools.
  • The event is based in Auckland, so that New Zealand Schools will not have to travel internationally to get there and will have more opportunities to show agents their schools.
  • Our event is more affordable than other workshops for international agents.

What agents should schools expect to meet?

You shall meet agents from 15 countries including China, Hong Kong, Korea, Vietnam, Germany, Italy, Spain, India, Sri Lanka, Japan, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, Indonesia, Brazil, Columbia.

We welcome well-established agents actively working with New Zealand schools. We also invite agents in emerging markets that are willing to start working with the sector and currently have experience of working with other educational institutions in New Zealand. We carefully check the references of the agents to ensure that you will be meeting well reputable agents.

How does it work?

Before the event
One month before the workshop you will get online access to information about all the registered agents. You will be able to arrange appointments with them via our online system. It is advisable to have the majority of appointments scheduled before the event.
During the event
You will be meeting the agents at one-to-one, face-to-face appointments, you will also be able to communicate with them informally at lunches, dinner, and coffee breaks. Additional meetings could be organised on the day.
September 4
8:00 - 9:30 - Registration, stand set up, room preparation
9:30 - 11:10 - Meetings
11:10 - 11:35 - Coffee break
11:35 - 13:15 - Meetings
13:15 - 14:15 - Lunch
14:15 - 15:30 - Meetings
15:30 - 15:55 - Coffee break
15:55 - 17:10 - Meetings
18:30 - Dinner
September 5
9:00 - 11:05 - Meetings
11:05 - 11:35 - Coffee break
11:35 - 13:35 - Meetings
13:35 - 14:35 - Farewell lunch

There could be slight changes in the schedule, we shall keep you informed about them.

After the event
Participating in the workshop is an excellent step in establishing relationships with agents. We encourage you to devote time to follow up all the meetings you have had and to keep in touch with agents constantly. We shall be happy to help your school in every aspect of establishing great relationships with agents.


Participation in the workshop

Early-bird rate (valid in 2023)
  • place without display area: $AUD 2850
  • spot with display area behind: $AUD 3100
Regular rate
  • place without display area: $AUD 3150
  • spot with display area behind: $AUD 3400

All prices are indicated in Australian dollars

Spots with display area are located on the perimeter of the room. You can plan an independently standing banner behind your table on the spot.

Spots without display area are located in the middle of the room. At such spots, banners can be placed behind the table not to block the view of other participants.

Participation includes:

  • A meeting table and 4 chairs.
  • A power socket.
  • All the meals indicated in the time-table for 1 representative of your school. The second representative can attend at a delegate fee rate of $250 AUD
  • Use of online appointment system.
  • Information about your school in the Workshop Catalogue that all the participants shall receive.
  • A copy of the Workshop Catalogue with all the contacts of agents.

Booking / inquiry form (schools)

(first name, second name)

(school name)

(example: +61 2 8002 7429)

(valid email please...)
spot without display area (AUD $2850)
spot with display area (AUD $3100).

1 (included)
2 (+AUD $250)

(if any)

(your inquiry)

(type the 6-symbol code below)

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4-5 September
Auckland  2024


Paraparaumu College have joined the Workshop.

Saint Ignatius of Loyola Catholic College will take part in the Workshop.

Wakaaranga School will participate in the Workshop.

Waitakere College have joined the Workshop.

Chisnallwood Intermediate will take part in the Workshop.

Pompallier Catholic College will participate in the Workshop.

Wairarapa College have joined the Workshop.

Auckland Grammar School will take part in the Workshop.

William Colenso College will participate in the Workshop.

Nelson College for Girls & Nelson College have joined the Workshop.

Casebrook Intermediate will take part in the Workshop.

Te Ao Mārama School will participate in the Workshop.

St Bede's College have joined the Workshop.

Mountainview High School will take part in the Workshop.

Bucklands Beach Intermediate School will participate in the Workshop.

St Mary's College /St Peter's College have joined the Workshop.

Agents from China will take part in the Workshop.

Agents from Vietnam will take part in the Workshop.

Agents from Japan will participate in the Workshop.

Agents from Thailand take part in the Workshop.

Previous Workshops feedback from schools and agents.