Global Imperatives – Local Realities, 8-11 October, Canberra
Registrations are now open for the 27th Australian International Education Conference (AIEC), taking place in Canberra from 8-11 October, 2013.With leading social commentator Waleed Aly, and esteemed journalists Annabel Crabb (ABC) and Phil Baty (Times Higher Education) announced as keynote speakers, this year’s AIEC is again set to be the premier conference for the international education industry in the Asia Pacific region.Co-hosted by IDP Education and the International Education Association of Australia, this year’s AIEC will address the theme: Global Imperatives – Local Realities.
Andrew Thompson, Chief Executive Officer of IDP Education, said AIEC is an opportunity to come together to discuss important issues affecting the international education industry.
“The international student of today is faced with a wider range of decisions than ever before,” he said.
“Options for where a student learns, what they learn and how they learn have evolved rapidly in recent years.
“In the face of continuing global competition from established and newly emerging locations and study methods, universities and institutions around the world are considering these options and how to position themselves for the future.
“This year’s conference will examine the key global, regional and local drivers that influence international education.”
For more information or to register for AIEC 2013 visit www.aiec.idp.com