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About the Fair
Since 2012, the Private & International School Fairs have helped many parents find the right school for their children. Organised by Mint Communications, the Private & International School Fairs have grown bigger in terms of number of exhibitors and visitors each year. Visitors of the fair have the opportunity to talk to representatives from schools all over Malaysia and learn more about an international education in general. 
In addition to international schools, preschools and learning centres will also be exhibiting. Visitors can also attend talks by professionals in the international education industry and gain knowledge on a variety of topics related to an international school education.
The latest edition of Education Destination Malaysia will also be launched at the fair. Education Destination Malaysia is a comprehensive guide to international schools in the country. This guidebook contains detailed information on schools, useful articles, and insightful advice to help parents make important decisions about their children’s education. At the fair, visitors will be able to purchase the guide at a discounted price. 
Visit the fair and step into the world of international education!
Mark these dates on your planner:

11th Private & International School Fair in Kuala Lumpur
Date: 23 - 24 June 2018 (Sat & Sun)
Time: 11am - 7pm
Venue: Mid Valley Exhibition Centre
Admission is Free

For more information, call Mint Communications at +603-7986 0070 or email

List of Exhibitors


23 June 2018 (Saturday)

Time Topic Speaker
1.30 - 2.30pm Cambridge IGCSE – An Overview / Q&A
Mr Ng Kim Huat
Country Director (Malaysia and Brunei)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
3.00 - 4.00pm Developing an Interesting Child
Ms Shanna Parry 
Director (Higher Education), Headmaster (Secondary School) and Consultant (K‐12)
Global Services in Education (GSE)
4.30 - 5.30pm Yes, Students Can Enjoy STEM Subjects and Achieve Remarkable Results
Ms Melinda Lim
Principal and Director of Schools
Sri Emas International School & Dwi Emas International School


24 June 2018 (Sunday)

Time Topic Speaker
1.30 - 2.30pm Cambridge IGCSE – An Overview / Q&A
Mr Ng Kim Huat
Country Director (Malaysia and Brunei)
Cambridge Assessment International Education
3.00 - 4.00pm How a School Can Prepare Your Child for The 5th Industrial Revolution
Dr Goh Chee Leong
HELP International School
4.30 - 5.30pm The Importance of Cultivating a Child’s Curiosity
Ms Judy Meiners
Head of School
Sayfol International School



PISF Poetry Slam 2018

Introducing the PISF Poetry Slam 2018!

The first ever PISF Poetry Slam will take place during the 11th Private & International School Fair in Kuala Lumpur on 23 and 24 June 2018.

A poetry slam is a competition where participants perform and recite original work. The PISF Poetry Slam 2018 aims to promote the creative use of the English language through the medium of poetry. The competition is also a platform to showcase the talent of young students in writing and performing!

Submissions for the poetry slam are closed. Shortlisted participants will be notified on 1 June by email.

Shortlisted participants will be invited to compete at the PISF Poetry Slam 2018 at the 11th Private & International School Fair on 23 & 24 June 2018. Candidates in Category A will compete on 23 June 2018. Candidates in Category B will compete on 24 June 2018.

Terms and Conditions: Round 2 (On-site Competition)

All participants of the PISF Poetry Slam 2018 agree to abide by the following rules, terms and conditions.


  1. Participants must verify their registration on the day of the contest by bringing along their proof of identity.

  2. Registration will take place outside the Talk Room located in the Atrium of the Mid Valley Exhibition Centre.

  3. Registration will start at 11am. Those who arrive after the competition has started will be disqualified.

  4. Participants must be accompanied by a legal guardian or parent.


  1. Participants must perform the poem which has been submitted in Round 1 (Online Submission). Participants are not allowed to make changes to the poem or perform another poem during the competition. 

  2. Participants must be dressed in smart casual attire (school uniforms are also accepted). No shorts or slippers are allowed.

  3. Participants are not allowed to use props, costumes or musical instruments.

  4. The order of performance is selected at random.

  5. Participants must recite their poem from memory.

  6. Each participant is given a maximum of three minutes for the performance. A 30-second grace period is given before the performance for sound check. Points will be deducted from the final score for exceeding the time limit.

  7. Participants will be scored based on level of preparedness, volume and emotion, fluency and clarity, body language and eye contact as well as poetic conventions.

  8. Winners will be determined by a panel of judges on the same day. The judges’ decisions are final.

  9. All participants must be present for the prize-giving ceremony for their respective categories. The prize-giving ceremony will be held on the same day.


Categories A & B

1st prize: RM1,500

2nd prize: RM1,000

3rd prize: RM500




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