Recruit & Meet Students in

Vietnam, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines

Spring & Fall


Spring : 15th - 23rd April, 2024
Fall : 2nd - 13th September , 2024

Region Specific Experience

Cities Visited
Schools Visited
School Type
High School Network

Fall 2024: South East Asia Tour Fairs

Spring 2025: South East Asia Fairs

Deadline for Fall SEA Tour - August 15th, 2024

Pro Tip

  • Our South East Asia events are planned around major Conferences and Fairs in the Region
    including the Lion City Fair and The Great Bangkok Fair

Why Recruit in South East Asia

1900+: Number of International Schools
Over 350,000: Students Studying Abroad
Major Transit Hubs: Making it easy to Access
Huge Expat and Affluent Local Communities: Making it Diverse

About the Region

Earlier known for its beautiful landscape as a tourist destination, South East Asia has outgrown itself into a prominent Educational hub attracting Global universities to recruit students from.


Vietnam’s international schools, situated mainly in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, serve both expat and affluent local families, boasting multicultural student bodies from Asia, Europe, North America, and Australasia. These institutions prioritise holistic development through academics, sports, arts, and extracurriculars, contributing to Vietnam’s notable growth in the global education sector, with a 2% share of the international schools market.


Singapore, a bustling metropolis known for its economic dominance and cultural diversity, has established itself as a global education hub. Singapore boasts over 40 international schools, each offering a diverse range of curriculum and educational approaches. It attracts expats and international students from around the world. At the heart of Singapore’s thriving educational landscape are its esteemed international schools from where over 20 thousands students study abroad annually.


As the largest archipelago in the world, Indonesia occupies a pivotal position at the crossroads of major sea lanes, making it a crucial player in regional and global affairs. Within its high school landscape, a multitude of educational opportunities are available, featuring various international curriculums where schools often emphasize on language proficiency, cultural understanding, and global citizenship. Situated in key urban centres like Jakarta, Surabaya, and Bali, these schools draw students aspiring for internationally recognized qualifications underscoring Indonesia’s increasing integration into the global educational network.


Thailand’s international school landscape is vibrant and diverse, offering a wide array of educational opportunities for both expat and local students. These schools follow internationally recognized curriculum such as IB, CIE, or American systems. Consisting of modern facilities and experienced staff, these schools emphasize holistic education to provide academic excellence. With the growing expat population, Thailand sends over 30 thousand students each year to global study destinations reflecting its status as a regional education hub.


With over 50 thousand students studying abroad, Malaysia offers a robust international school landscape catering to a multicultural community of students. Though most international schools facilitate modern facilities, many international schools in Malaysia also incorporate elements of Malaysian culture and language into their programs, fostering cross-cultural understanding and appreciation. Located in major cities like Kuala Lumpur and Johor Bahru, schools in Malaysia are pivotal in fostering educational excellence and preparing students to study abroad.


In recent years, the Philippines has evolved from a mere tourist destination to a notable educational centre. With a strong emphasis on English language proficiency and a commitment to academic excellence, international schools in the Philippines prepare students for success in higher education and beyond. These international schools offer globally recognized curriculum such as the International Baccalaureate (IB), Cambridge International Examinations (CIE), and American curriculum, ensuring students receive a high-quality education that is recognized worldwide. Currently, over 50 thousand Filipino students are studying abroad, positioning the country as an attractive destination for university recruiters.