GeeBee Education in association with Leap to Organize India’s Largest Study Abroad Fair

Mumbai : GeeBee Education in association with Leap, South Asia’s largest end to end study abroad platform is organizing India’s largest study abroad fair. The education fair is focused on helping aspiring students discover top universities of their choice across key countries such as the UK, USA, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia among others. The event will be organised on Sunday, May 1, 2022, from 10.30 AM to 04.00 PM in Hotel Sahara Star, Vile Parle, Mumbai.


With over 175+ universities and colleges participating and over 1500 students and parents expected to attend, the education fair is going to be a destination of high interest and value for Indian students who are aspiring to pursue overseas education in the near future. Furthermore, the aspirants will have an opportunity to get spot admissions and scholarship opportunities after on the spot assessments of relevant documents.


Mr. Upesh Savla, Director, GeeBee Education remarked, “We have been conducting study abroad fairs for 12 years, but the anticipation for this particular event is electrifying. The fair is the eye of the fish and we all as a team, are aiming for that. The right hit will see substantive value addition in the Study Abroad dream of over 1500 students expected to attend the fair.”

India’s largest study abroad fair will see top universities like University of Liverpool, University of Northern British Columbia, University of Westminster, The University of Auckland, Arizona State University, Colorado State University, and Deakin University among others.

Who can attend the fair:-

Aspiring students looking to make global connections and careers and parents interested to understand overseas education in depth. Entry is free.

Date, time, and venue: –

Date: 1st May 2022

Time: 10.30 AM – 04.00 PM

Venue: Hotel Sahara Star, Mumbai

How to Participate/Register for the Event: –

It’s the largest study abroad fair in India with more than 1500 participants expected to attend. Students can register here for free.

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