UK Exports Minister leads an EdTech group to Thailand to spur rapid growth. Markets in Southeast Asia


This week, UK Exports Minister Marcus Fysh will go to Thailand with a delegation of 18 British companies to demonstrate innovative methods of providing quality education. They provide artificial intelligence, real-time data, teacher training, and language learning services.

BETT Asia, Asia Pacific’s largest EdTech conference, will be attended by the group. Participants will hear from major academic institutions, education ministries, and cutting-edge digital enterprises on the future of learning.

The DIT UK Pavilion at BETT Asia will be the event’s main point, with 12 UK EdTech businesses exhibiting under the UK Pavilion and another 6 at the wider show, which will include Northern Power House enterprises.

As an established and quickly growing site for booming EdTech, the United Kingdom has a lot to offer. Over 1,000 cutting-edge EdTech and educational supply companies call it home.

The United Kingdom’s International Education Strategy has designated Vietnam and Indonesia as two of the five priority nations and territories. This aims to increase education exports to £35 billion per year by 2030, while also increasing the number of international students in the UK to 600,000 per year.

The United Kingdom has an important educational partner in Southeast Asia. In the preceding five years, the region provided more than £800 million in education exports, ranking third in the world after China and the Middle East and North Africa.