|James Cook University||Australia;|
|Azerbaijan Medical University (TRC Colleges) .||Azerbaijan||Centennial College Suzhou||China|
|Indian School of Business||India|
|Berlin Brandenburg International School||Germany|
|National University of Science and Technology MISiS
Plekhanov Russian University of Economics
The Bonch-Bruevich Saint-Petersburg State University
|Singapore Institute of Management
Singapore Management University
|Consulate General of Spain in India||Spain|
|HTMi Hotel and Tourism Management Institute, Switzerland
IMI International Management Institute, Switzerland
|Stamford International University||Thailand|
Florida International University
Louisiana State University
University of Central Florida
University of Kansas
University of South Carolina
American University Washington,
DC Adelphi University
University of Illinois at Chicago
Prior to the Workshop
(Zurich, Los Angeles, Beijing, Kuala Lumpur, London, Kazakhstan, Tallinn)
After the participation fee has been settled, a list of agents' contact details will be provided around a month prior to the workshop, so that educators can start scheduling appointments with agents ( webaservices.com ). The list will be regularly updated to ensure that each institute has immediate access to a range of vital international contacts.
(Bangkok, Jakarta, Istanbul, St.Petersburg, Mexico City, Bogotà, Hong Kong)
After the participation fee has been settled, a list of agents´ contact details in Excel format will be provided approximately 14 days before the workshop. The scheduling will be made directly on the spot.
During the Workshop
Every institute will be provided with a meeting table to meet with agents. The Workshop is divided into different appointment sessions of 20 minutes each . The institute will be able to register a maximum of three participants, provided that they represent the same institute. Parallel appointments could be scheduled to increase the efficiency of appointments.
Last-minute appointments could be arranged everyday during the first half hour of the Workshop. Further meetings between institutes and agents could be made on an informal basis during the luncheons and coffee breaks provided. This ensures that the networking time at the WEBA Agent Fairs is maximized.
Expansion of International student Bases
All participating agents will be subject to an in-depth review. A rigorous screening process will be conducted to ensure that the networking is established with professional and valuable agents. Forming lasting partnerships with high quality agents can in turn promote and recruit students for the institute.
Our mission is to provide our International Agent Members with comprehensive, precise and concrete information about institution partners.
We have gained prestige and recognition in educational circles thanks to several professional educational events such as educational fairs and the annual WEBA Agent Fair.