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Dar es Salaam- Tanzania- Fall 2017
September 25th @ 10:00 am| $2970
Dar es Salaam:
Dar es Salaam is the largest city of Tanzania and the largest city in eastern Africa by population, as well as a regionally important economic centre. The city is the leading arrival and departure point for most tourists who visit tourism areas in Tanzania like the national parks for safaris and the islands of Zanzibar. The region had a population of 4,364,541 as of the official 2012 census and has had a population increase of 5.6 percent per year from 2002 to 2012, the city is the third fastest growing in Africa. This increase in population is expected to rise still until 2020, demonstrating the importance of expanding knowledge of international education among students in Dar es Salaam. Due to the population rise, ISFA offers great opportunities for Dar es Salaam students to explore studying abroad, opening their imaginations to bigger education possibilities. The fair also gives a chance for exhibitors to expand their cultural horizons and since Dar es Salaam is such a tourist attraction, it is a popular destination to explore.
What’s Included as Standard?
A working space at this event will include the participation of up to 2 representatives, table, 4 chairs, electric socket, space to erect a popup banner and standard entry in the online guide. Evening activities will also be arranged, information will be provided in the fair facts document.
More information is available in our FAQ
Opening hours for visitors
|Opening Hours for Visitors||Date||Time|
|Day 1:||25/09/2017||10:00 – 16:00|
|Access for Exhibitors||Date||Time|
|Set Up:||25/09/2017||09:00 – 10:00|
|Dismantling:||25/09/2017||16:00 – 17:00|
01/10/17 – 02/10/17
Interested in Advertising?
Participation as an exhibitor in the International Student Fair Africa includes a free full page colour institute profile, with space for two images, to portray the exhibitors attending the event. You can find the fair guide in the Visitors tab of this website, under Visitor Guide. However, we also offer the opportunity to have a further half or full page coloured advert in our fair guide. This give institutes the opportunity to disclose further information, or pictures that would appeal to their prospective students. To see further information and examples of the fair guide profiles, please follow the link below.
Information for Exhibitors
At the the ISFA events, we allow academic professionals from each institute to mingle and associate with like minded participants at our evening receptions. These are included in the price of the working space, allowing exhibitors the opportunity to get a full experience of African culture through the food and environment, whilst sharing the company of academics. Further information about accommodation, venues, health and visa information can be found by following the link below.
Expected Visitor Numbers
The ISFA Fair has become very popular over the years, with visitors from many high achieving schools attending our event.The outcome of visitors from previous years has forced us to expect up to 500 or more students at our events and these numbers have not failed us. To look at further visitor statistics from our previous fairs, please follow the link below.
At ISFA, we pride ourselves on attracting a variation of quality exhibitors from around the world. Previously, we have hosted ISFA Fairs with exhibitors from the USA, UK, Switzerland, South Africa, Russia and many more. This eclectic mixture of exhibitors offer adventurous and widely different courses, creating plenty of choice for our visitors. To see a full list of exhibitors from our previous events, and to get an idea of the courses they offer, please follow the link below.