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3. PARTICIPATION GUIDELINES
Only accredited and approved institutions are eligible to participate.
Institutions may be represented by two colleagues of their choosing. This means a total of three at your table, including your student assistant.
Each school will be assisted by a student volunteer, who will help to represent your school and facilitate communication with students and parents. You have the option of contacting your student volunteer(s) before you arrive. There is time set aside for you to meet with them before each fair. We are proud of our student volunteers, who have received consistently outstanding evaluations in each city over the years.
High School Visits
High school visits are scheduled on the basis of interest in overseas boarding & day schools, and ability to pay.
D. Mark Ashwill, managing director and co-founder, and Capstone advisers will conduct a country briefing to provide participants with relevant and useful information about local market conditions and trends. (We’re happy to send a PDF version to those colleagues who cannot attend upon request.) To learn more about Dr. Ashwill’s background, have a look at this biographical sketch.
You should obtain a business visa from the Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam in your country or one of its consulates with a letter of invitation from Capstone Vietnam that will be sent to you as part of the fair package after you register. Since you will be traveling to Viet Nam for official purposes and participating in public events, it’s important that you have a business visa.
join our popular International Boarding & Day School Flex-Fairs from Friday, 12 March to Saturday, 20 March in Hanoi, Haiphong, Danang, Nha Trang, and Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC).