Join the largest fair in

Algiers - Algeria

26 FEBRUARY 2019

1 pm - 6 pm

Sheraton Club des Pins Resort, Algeria.


WHEN & WHERE / 26 FEBRUARY 2019, Sheraton Club des Pins Resort, Algeria.

Worldview Education Fair is dedicated to helping institutions recruit prospective international students from Algeria. This fair is open to all institutions worldwide, helping you meet and recruit a wide pool of quality potential students.

Many fairs and exhibitions focus only on recruiters from a specific country, thereby attracting a limited pool of students with predetermined interests in those specific study destinations. The Worldview Education Fair brings institutions from all around the world to one place; giving students more opportunities and options, thereby attracting a larger, more diverse pool of students. For recruiters, this exhibition provides an opportunity to improve their reach and brand awareness; marketing to a larger number of students and alongside some well-known institutions.

The Worldview Education Fair 2018 will take place at the Sheraton Club des Pins Resort, Algeria. in Algiers, Algeria and is a one day event open to all institutions worldwide, drawing a larger pool of students by giving them several options to fit their price, location and course requirements. Students are encouraged to come with all the necessary documentation in order to allow them to make immediate applications to institutions.


Event & Location Day & Date Early Bird Rate (14 August 2018)  Standard Rate
Algiers Education Fair 26 FEBRUARY 2019 £1,649  £1,899 

The rates include the following package and entitlement

  • A table average on size L 120 cm X W 50 cm, electric extension, four chair and waste basket
  • Lunch and coffee break incl. hot and cold snacks during the education fair
  • Two representatives allowed per booth and provided free visa support letter
  • Recognition as fair participant in comprehensive marketing and promotion campaign
  • Listing and logo on all flyers, advertisements, banner, publication, etc.
  • Free exhibitor profile on the fair landing page
  • Sponsored & targeted   post on our social media accounts, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram “Save NOW 400 £ “
  • Customised e-newsletter sent to all registered students before and after the fair “Save NOW 250 £ “
  • Half-page, full-colour advertisement profile in the event guide “ SAVE NOW 300 £ “
  • Great News! Now you can earn rewards for each fair you participate in and you can use the points for any of Worldview services or fairs
Sheraton Club des Pins Resort Boite Postal 62, Club Des Pins, Staoueli, Algiers 16101, Algeria.

At independence in 1962 the Algerian education system was highly exclusive and geared toward the training of a French colonial elite. With the creation of the Ministry of Education in 1963, the process of building an inclusive and open national education system was set in motion. Officials charged with developing the education system placed their focus on a number of goals, primary among which were the “Arabization” of curriculum and faculty, the upgrading of teaching skills at all levels, and the promotion of a skilled class of workers and technicians through the emphasis of technical and vocational education.

Today, schooling is compulsory from the age of six years. The basic education programme lasts for 10 years and there are no tuition fees.

Enrolment of children at primary level (6-12 years) is high, at around 95%. This means that over 90% of young people (15-24) in Algeria are able to read and write.

However, with a boom in the country’s population – 27% of Algerians are aged 14 or under, compared to 15% across Europe – schools have been stretched to cope with the growing numbers of children. Class sizes can be large and schools in some regions have to offer lessons in shifts.

Higher education in Algeria is offered at 27 universities, 13 university centers, 6 national schools, 6 national institutes, 4 teacher-training institutes and 2 university annexes. Universities and university centers are centrally administered by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, while specialized schools and institutes generally fall under the portfolio of the ministry to which its specialization is most closely related.

Most of Algeria’s universities are located in the northern coastal regions and serve as umbrellas for a wide range of faculties, much like the French university system, which in turn are divided into academic departments. University centers tend to operate in more remote regions and have historically been limited in the number of programs they offer. Typically, programs at university centers focus on the particular manpower needs of the regions they serve by training professionals and technicians in specific professional fields. In recent years, many university centers have expanded the number of disciplines in which they offer programs to the extent that some have been upgraded to university status.

In Algeria only 6.6% of the population has received higher education at the university level. Illiteracy is high, 32% of the population, mostly women and people living in rural areas.

Primary and secondary education is compulsory and free from 6 to 15 years old. Algerian universities have College of Medicine, Science, Law and Liberal Arts. Most of the schools and universities were founded after the country’s independence.

Around 1 million students will be examining for the high secondary school “ Baccalaureate” yearly, gaining qualifications is very important in Algeria, because unemployment is high, especially among young people. It will be much easier with young educated to find work. The graduates with foreigner degrees are likely more eligible to find professional work specially, if the learning language was English.

Teaching is mainly in Arabic, though local Berber languages are also used (since 1999). French is normally chosen as the second language or English from around the eighth grade. The government is encouraging the use of ICT. around 1 in 7 people work in agriculture.

Africa’s largest country lies just a short hop from Europe. The north, with its snow-flecked mountains and stunning coastline, is home to urbane and charismatic cities such as Algiers and Constantine, as well as some of the most magnificent Roman sites in existence including Timgad and Djemila, both vast, perfectly preserved Roman towns with barely another tourist in sight.

Algeria’s other big draw is its extraordinary Saharan region. Whether it’s a glimpse of the sand seas that surround Timimoun, or the burnt-red mountains of the far south, these are the desert landscapes of legend. But, for all its peach-coloured dunes and grand ruins, it's perhaps the Algerians themselves, who welcome visitors with warmth and curiosity, that are the real highlight of this nation. For accessible adventure and a complex, enthralling cultural odyssey, head for Algeria.

The fair will give visitors the opportunity to meet directly with admission officers to discuss what courses, pathways and opportunities are available, as well as the general application and enrolment process. Visitors will include:
  • Parents/ guardians with their wards
  • Top secondary schools and schools counselor
  • Government officials in the education circle
  • Student with Baccalaureate/ Grade 12
  • Researchers of Education Development
  • Entrepreneurs with training plans
  • Representatives of education funds
  • Graduates
  • General public etc.
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