Posts By: EAIE

12 Jul 2017

Research digest for practitioners: July 2017

The July issue of the Journal of Studies in International Education focuses in on such topics as: the institutionalisation of English-taught degree programmes, pre-departure support for visiting faculty and work-integrated learning for international students. This blog series inspires practitioners to stay current on the latest research in the field, bridging practice with research. Below you… Read more »

14 Jun 2017

Discover Seville: Our top 8 must-dos during Conference Week

Seville is an enchanting, enthralling city in the deep southern Spanish region of Andalusia known for its colourful buildings and charming architecture–both old and new. In September 2017, the world of international higher education will gather in this captivating city for the 29th Annual EAIE Conference. To help you become more acquainted with the city during… Read more »

24 May 2017

Start planning your EAIE Seville 2017 experience

Much like the beautiful, coloured tile walls of our host city, the EAIE Seville 2017 programme is an intricate patchwork of stimulating activities. Here’s the daily breakdown, including new interactive session formats, engaging networking events, and three inspiring keynote speakers. Check out the programme online and start planning your conference experience. 

18 May 2017

Facing outward: EAIE Geneva 2018

The Annual EAIE Conference and Exhibition is on the move in 2018 to yet another European city. In today’s political climate, the time is ripe for serious discussions on the values of international higher education and how we can preserve them in the spirit of mutual understanding. The 2018 host city is no stranger to… Read more »

23 Sep 2016

In conversation with Sabine Pendl

They say that good things come in small packages and new EAIE Vice-President, Sabine Pendl, Director of the Office of International Relations at the University of Graz in Austria, is no exception. Following her official induction at the Liverpool 2016 Closing Plenary, we sat down with Sabine to learn more about her. What’s she anticipating… Read more »

16 Sep 2016

From camp to campus: higher education for refugees

EAIE Liverpool 2016 has come to an end and what an exceptionally productive week it has been. What a wealth of knowledge our participants, speakers, chairs, Leadership, exhibitors, sponsors, University Partners and presenters bring to the table at our conference! This is exactly the kind of energy that has the potential to make a real… Read more »

15 Sep 2016

The art of effective networking

Lunch-time Plenary Keynote speaker Heather White addressed the audience on the all-important issue of networking. We had the pleasure of catching up with her before the conference to get some exclusive contact-making tips and tricks for the readers of our blog. Heather is a true expert in the art of networking, so do take some… Read more »