Tap into new markets and increase international student recruitment for online programmes
Following its successful 2024 edition and reflecting the continued growth in demand for online study options, ICEF Student Recruitment for Online Programmes returns in 2025. A 3-day virtual event, it connects providers of online education with over 120 pre-screened student recruitment agents from around 50 countries, all of whom are experienced in promoting online and hybrid programmes across all study types.
The event also welcomes specialist providers of a range of related solutions and products, from digital marketing and online student support to student financing.
Programme & Webinars
ICEF Student Recruitment for Online Programmes is a 3-day virtual networking event that allows you to build your own personalised schedule of up to 50 one-to-one meetings with existing and potential partners, all of which take place on the 2nd and 3rd day of the event.
On day 1 you have exclusive access to a series of interactive live webinars and online panel discussions, featuring up-to-date information on the latest market trends, issues, and opportunities currently affecting the international education and online learning sectors.
Who joins ICEF Recruitment for Online Programmes?
This unique event is created exclusively to bring together providers of online education and digital learning solutions, with ICEF-screened student recruitment agents.
For providers of online programmes, it is a chance to connect with quality agents from around the world, all of whom have a thorough understanding of the online learning landscape. These agencies are uniquely positioned to support online providers in sourcing students from new markets and demographics.
For agencies, the event provides an opportunity to partner with providers of online learning programmes, offering a chance to diversify your product portfolio and reach a broader audience.
ICEF for online learning providers
The online learning market is booming. Since the lockdown of 2020, conventional education institutions have been forced to adopt hybrid learning environments, and they have fast become serious players in the sector.
Much of the credit for this rapid growth belongs to the student recruitment agencies, who serve as both valued business partners to educators and trusted advisors to millions of international students.