Return fair in Kuala Lumpur to connect children with good schools

The Private and International Schools Fair is back in Kuala Lumpur.

Organized by Mint Communi-cations, it aims to connect parents with leading international schools in Malaysia. The 15th edition of the show will be held tomorrow and Sunday at the Mid Valley Exhibition Centre. Opening hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and admission is free.

Visitors will have the opportunity to speak with representatives of international schools, preschools, learning centers, pre-university providers and universities.

Special discounts, fee waivers and scholarships will be offered exclusively to show visitors.

There will be fun free activities for kids like batik painting and carnival games as well as live music performances.

During this time, parents will be occupied with educational talks to help them choose the right course for their children.

Exhibitors include Dwi Emas International School, HELP International School, Maple Leaf Kingsley International School, REAL Education Group, Sayfol International School, Taylor’s International School, Beaconhouse Malaysia, King Henry VIII College, Mahsa International School, Sunway International Schools, Westlake International School, Qosmo International School, Templer Park International School, Campus Rangers International School and Marlborough College Malaysia.

Several schools participating in the fair also offer boarding schools.

This show will also feature SI-UK Malaysia covering Cardiff Sixth Form College, Falmouth University, Glion and Les Roches (London Campus), Lancaster University, Manchester Metropolitan University, NUI Galway, University of Aberdeen, University of Bedfordshire, University of Bolton and University from Derby.

Institutions from the UK and Ireland such as Concord College and Education in Ireland will also participate.

The institutions present at the fair offer a wide range of pre-university, undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

Interested persons can go to for a full list of exhibitors and more details.

If you cannot attend the fair, you can visit the official website, It contains detailed school information, useful articles, infographics and advice to help parents choose an international school for their children.

Parents can also use tools like School Finder, School Compare, and Fee Calculator to get started in finding the right school.

Harry D. Gonzalez