CIS has 53 member schools in Africa enrolling more than 38,000 students.

CIS has hosted the longest standing student recruitment tour on the continent. Our tour reaches over 2,300 students each year, from both CIS member schools and other regional schools with students interested in moving abroad for their secondary education.

In 2017, CIS is co-hosting a regional conference with AISA. Africa is home to some of the fastest growing nations for sending students abroad. The CIS-AISA regional institute will give universities a chance to build relationships and learn about recruitment opportunities in this dynamic region.

Upcoming Events: 


Student Recruitment Tour | Africa

Date: Friday - 03 March, 2017

Tours Dates: 

Friday 3 - Monday 13 March 2017

Tour participants will spend the weekend building relationships with counsellors and knowledge about educational systems in Africa at the CIS-AISA Institute on International Admission and Guidance in Africa before jumping into a productive week of school visits and college fairs in 5 of the larger markets in Southern and Eastern Africa. The tour will conclude with an optional add on to Cairo, Egypt. Other tour highlights are included in the Tour announcement.

View Tour Announcement online:

Download Tour Announcement as PDF

- Registration Closed -


15 December 2016

After the priority application deadline, applications will only be considered on a space-available basis.

View the previous year’s tour summary.

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Want even more outreach possibilities and student recruitment resources? You can access member resources such as the CIS University Connection Registry, data dashboards, directory and AC-U Platform via the Community Portal.

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