EduWeek 15 – 16 June 2018

In Africa, Business, Career Guidance, Current Affairs, South Africa, World


EduWeek is the only all-encompassing industry event in the African education sector, bringing together 170 leading companies and over 5,500 attendees from the African education community.

Each year they come together to Engage, Inspire and Advance education in Africa, ensuring we lead the sustainable development of skills and key sectors to support growing economies and the future of our learners.


What to expect at EduWeek Africa 2018?

Engage – Inspire – Advance

EduWeek has always looked to the future and the development within education. Through education, we inspire young minds to engage with technology and new learning techniques while they advance to a brighter future. At EduWeek we are keeping the future in mind and are proud to be the annual meeting place for the education community.

EduWeek’s focus is to Engage  Inspire  Advance but what does this mean for you?

ENGAGE and share knowledge with 5 500 like-minded education professionals.

Be INSPIRED by 1000’s of the latest products & solutions.

Meet expert speakers from across the World and ADVANCE education in Africa.

Our theme this year is centred around Industry 4.0, highlighting the role that the education sector must play to ensure our learners are prepared to take advantage of this digital revolution and its technological impact on the future workplace.

Join your colleagues and the industry as a whole at EduWeek 2018 on the 15th and 16th of June at the TicketPro Dome.

Register today!: click here

Exhibition Opening Times:
Friday 15th June, 09:30 – 18:00
Saturday 16th June, 09:30 – 16:00

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