JAKARTA, INDONESIA – 09-28-2017 (Press Release Jet) — SIS Group of Schools recently launched its 1st University Expo Event Series, running from September to November 2017 at the Singapore Intercultural School, Bona Vista  in Jakarta . With representatives from over 60 universities from Canada, UK, USA, Europe, Australia and Asia, this free to attend event is open to the general public looking to explore avenues for their children’s future education.


“We at SIS believe in providing only the best educational opportunities and legit information to our students based on their interests, academics, ability and aptitudes.  These series of multi-country educational events promise our students amazing study abroad opportunities at Canadian, UK, USA, Asian, Australian and European universities that are highly rated on a global platform. 

Qualified and experienced university delegates will be present to answer every student’s question about program offerings, scholarships, visa process, documentation, standard admissions requirements, and more.” says Dana Guest, Head of Career and College Development, SIS Group of Schools.


Running September through November 2017, the Global Education Expo is the perfect platform for students and parents to obtain counselling through respective country experts and find out about Summer Schools amongst other university admission procedures.


“It is imperative to our students’ success that we give them the opportunities to expand their knowledge to make informed decisions about their futures. We make it our priority to create globally minded citizens able to succeed in the world of tomorrow.” continues Dana Guest, who comes with over 11 years of teaching, school leadership and management practice with a broad cross-cultural experience through years of living, working and travelling internationally. She also holds a postgraduate degree in school leadership and management from the University of Oregon, USA; Master of Education (M.Ed) and Specialist in Education (Ed. S) from the University of Georgia, USA.


For a full schedule and details of the Global Education Expo, visit

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About SIS Group of Schools

Formerly named Singapore International Schools, SIS Group of Schools was established in 1995 with its first premises in North Jakarta. Today, SIS Group of Schools operates eight schools across Indonesia: Singapore Intercultural School Bona Vista, SIS Pantai Indah Kapuk, SIS Kelapa Gading, Raffles Christian School Kebon Jeruk, SIS Cilegon, SIS Semarang, SIS Palembang, and SIS Medan.

Adopting the Singapore educational curriculum over two decades, the SIS Group of Schools’ reputation of excellence is well-established and recognised as a qualified international educational institution through the International General School Certificate of Education (IGSCE) and International Baccalaureate (IB) programmes which are offered at its schools.


About Singapore Intercultural School Bona Vista

Singapore Intercultural School Bona Vista is the flagship school of SIS Group of Schools, located in the housing complex of Bona Vista, South Jakarta, the school has an open, airy concept amidst lush, contoured gardens. The facility includes a competition-sized pool, soccer field, basketball courts and tennis courts. Singapore Intercultural School first opened its doors in 2002, and has now an enrolment of over 250 students for the 2017/18 academic year in pre-school through Junior College representing 25 nations around the world. SIS Bona Vista is the first school in Jakarta to introduce two academic intakes as of 2017: the current academic intake is from January 2017 to December 2017, the second in August  2017 to June 2018,


For more information:

Dana Guest, MEd, EdS

Head of Career and College Development

SIS Group of Schools

Tel:   +62 21 7591 14421 Ext. 140

Email:   [email protected]

Media Contacts:

Phone: +62 812 9919 2599
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