The NAFSA Annual Conference brings together more than 8,500 professionals in the field of international education for five packed days of training workshops, educational sessions, networking opportunities, and special events.
Successful partnerships require strategic collaboration. The NAFSA Annual Conference & International Education Expo will provide abundant opportunities to explore the right partnerships for your organization.
Showcase your services and be a part of something big as decisionmakers in U.S. higher education and representatives from more than 100 countries meet in St. Louis to make their impact on the field of international education.
Offer breakthrough solutions and forge new partnerships among a fast growing group of professionals at the largest international education event in the world!
Exhibit and engage with the most influential concentration of forward-thinking international educators and administrators who serve nearly 3 million students and scholars seeking assistance with everything necessary to study, live, volunteer, and research abroad.
At the NAFSA annual conference, you will do more than exhibit. You will:
-Discover emerging trends in mobility.
-Establish new partnering deals.
-Participate in vital networking opportunities.
- Identify marketplace performances that help your organization to expand business for tomorrow.
FEATURE YOUR PRODUCTS AND SERVICES AT THIS HIGH-VISIBILITY MARKETING EVENT
Embassies & Government Agencies
English as a Second Language
Foreign Language Schools
Immigration Law, Visa, or Tax Services
Insurance or Medical Assistance Companies
Intercultural Publications or Programs
International (Non-U.S.) Student Recruitment
Marketing Products/Campus Merchandise
Non-U.S. College, University, or Consortium
Security Risk Management
Service Learning and Volunteering Abroad
Student Recruitment to the United States
U.S. College, University, or Consortium
NAFSA was founded in 1948 as the National Association of Foreign Student Advisers to promote the professional development of U.S. college and university officials responsible for assisting and advising the 25,000 foreign students who had come to study in the United States after World War II. The academic institutions, government agencies, and private organizations that combined to form NAFSA knew that meeting the needs of students from diverse educational and cultural backgrounds required special knowledge and competencies.