Star Education Fair returns this year at Setia SPICE Convention Centre on June 4

GEORGE TOWN: With the much-awaited Star Education Fair 2022 kickstarting on June 4, some of the biggest names in the field will be under one roof next month.

Providing answers to all your questions about studying locally and abroad, participating educators are all prepped and roaring to go, at the annual fair held at Setia SPICE Convention Centre on June 4 and 5.

Some of the biggest names in education attended an online balloting session to vie for strategic booths last week.

With big guns like Peninsula College Malaysia, Disted College Penang and Inti International University and Colleges heading the fair with eight booths each, there will be 41 universities and colleges at the fair giving you a wide variety of options and insight.

The 112-booth strong fair sees not just local educators, but internationally reputed institutions as far as Ireland, the United States, Germany, China and Vietnam offer courses.

The Star Education Fair, widely dubbed as the country’s pioneer education exhibition, has continuously provided visitors with a wide range of local and international courses and options from various institutions.

The fair prides itself in being a one-stop education exhibition for both foreign and local exhibitors offering educational programmes ranging from pre-university, diploma, undergraduate, postgraduate as well as professional and vocational courses.

Visitors can also attend the Education and Career Talks, and do a Career Interest Test if they have not decided which pathway to pursue.

Explore the many options for your future at the Star Education Fair.

Stand a chance to win a Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 if you register now at the link provided.

The fair in its 35th year, held since its inception in 1987, will be at the Setia SPICE Convention Centre on June 4 and June 5 from 11am to 7pm. Admission is free.

For further details on the fair contact 03-79671388 ext 1039 from Monday to Friday between 9.30am and 5.30pm 017-231 1789 24 Hours Hotline, e-mail or visit

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