The Gulf Education Conference & Exhibition (GECE), now in its fourth year, delivered excellent speakers and up to the minute topics in the education, technology and research sectors, with a special focus on the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. This year’s conference took place March 31st and April 1st in London.
“The Gulf Education Conference was very well organized, and one of the best in terms of networking,” says Anjum Malik, Managing Partner of Alhambra. “It brought together numerous key players in international education with an interest in MENA.” Malik also participated in a panel session entitled, The International Business of Higher Education: Future Scenarios.
“The Gulf Education Conference & Exhibition is continuously evolving with the market, contributing to the development of the education sector internationally,” says Mohammed Abdelkhalig, Event Director for GECE. “We believe that this partnership with Alhambra creates an important link, aligning global interest for the purpose of promoting education and creating opportunities for young people.”
“Alhambra was proud to be involved with this event and we hope our participation will create new partnerships between the U.S. and MENA,” says Malik.
About the Gulf Education Conference & Exposition: Now in its fourth year, the Gulf Education Conference and Exposition creates a unique opportunity for the educational leadership of Arabia Gulf, MENA, UK and U.S. as well as international educational professionals to gather in a single location to network, exchange ideas and create new partnerships. For more information on the event, please visit Gulf Education’s website, The Fourth Way Law or Study Travel Magazine.