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2020 Trade Mission - Thailand and Vietnam

This event is sponsored by:

2020 Trade Mission
Bangkok, Thailand & Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
(Mar 02, 2020 to Mar 06, 2020)

Join Languages Canada for its 2020 Trade Mission to Thailand, Vietnam & Southeast Asia – traditional markets with recent increased demand for language education and study abroad, and growing interest in Canada.


  • Conduct B2B meetings and network with owners and executives of 30 to 34 high-quality, pre-selected agencies from across Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia in an intimate, small-scale setting;
  • Obtain market insights directly from local Canadian Trade Commissioners;
  • Build market presence and brand-awareness in the region;
  • Connect and network with representatives from Thai and Vietnamese government and academic institutions;
  • Attend roundtable activities with local high school and universities to engage in partnership agreements going beyond student recruitment;
  • Be the first to arrive in Thailand in Vietnam in 2020! With so many competing events in a highly competitive market for international education, this is the chance to be in Asia first and close deals with the best agents of the region!
  • Languages Canada is the ONLY trade mission in the market which allows Canadian institutions AND local agents to talk face to face with Officers from Immigration Refugee and Citizenship Canada.


Early-bird price (until August 31, 2019): $5750 CAD

Regular price: $6250 CAD

Second representative:

Early-bird price (until August 31, 2019): $1450 CAD

Regular price: $1600 CAD  


  • Recruitment, screening and selection of education agencies;
  • 4-star meeting venue with internet included;
  • Minimum 15 one-on-one meetings with agencies from Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia - up to 17;
  • Minimum 15 one-on-one meetings with agencies from Vietnam - up to 17;
  • All meals, refreshments and networking receptions during the days of the mission;
  • Complete event management, including B2B meeting scheduling and no-show mitigation;
  • A Participant Handbook including detailed agency profiles;
  • Access to additional agent contacts from waitlist (if applicable.)

Price does not include airfare flights, accommodation, airport transfer and meals outside of the dates of the mission.


Mar 2 – Bangkok, City Tour + Roundtable + Opening Reception

Mar 3 – Bangkok, B2Bs with agents from Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia + Presentations by IRCC and the Trade Section from Canadian Embassy

Mar 4 – Travel from Bangkok to Ho Chi Minh City

Mar 5 – Ho Chi Minh City, City Tour + Roundtable + Opening Reception

Mar 6 – Ho Chi Minh City, B2Bs with agents from Vietnam + Presentations by IRCC and the Trade Section from Canadian Embassy


A Market Webinar will be delivered by Bonard (formerly Student Marketing) in preparation for the Trade Mission with the latest on student trends for targeted markets.

Space is limited to 15 Languages Canada member programs.

For event information, please contact:

Want a sneak peek at our missions? Watch this short video!


‘LC missions are of very high level and this goes hand in hand with the highest standards of quality Languages Canada is known for among agents.”

Martine Allard, Director for ELI at Seneca College

'The missions are an opportunity to reach a wider market by going to a single place, offering greater value than visiting each agency separately.'

Anthony Stille, English School of Canada​ 

'The LC Trade Missions have been very well-organized and professional. LC staff are fantastic to work with!'

Lisa Morgan, University of Toronto​ 

Languages Canada reports on the success of its trade missions to Turkey and Chile