What's happening in the world of international higher education? You can find details of upcoming conferences and other events in this events calendar! Any events missing? Please let us know.
Theme: Societal Responsibility: Challenges for Student Services between Safety and Open Societies
The conference aims to look at the challenges that arise from the tension between open, diverse and democratic societies and campus safety.
Theme: Advancing Internationalisation of Higher Education
How might current global trends impact on the internationalisation of higher education? The conference will explore these contemporary issues, which emphasise the increased importance of internationalisation in Higher Education.
The online registration for the 29th Annual EAIE Conference and Exhibition in Seville, Spain closes on 24 August (17:00 CEST). The 2017 conference theme is 'A mosaic of cultures'. Will you be a part of our international mosaic? Join us from 12–15 September at the Seville Conference and Exhibition Centre (FIBES).
Join more than 1000 professionals gathering at the International Conference Centre in Birmingham for the CASE Europe Annual Conference to hear from 200+ inspirational speakers across four tracks and 100 sessions.
TAICEP conferences include a number of sessions that relate to credential evaluation professionals, such as country-specific information, evaluation resources and documentation authenticity/fraud. This year’s conference will also include two pre-conference workshops.
Conference theme: ‘A mosaic of cultures’
The 29th Annual EAIE Conference will take place at the Seville Conference and Exhibition Centre (FIBES). The city of Seville, teeming with different cultural references, makes for a fitting representation of international education. Our field brings diverse perspectives together by definition. What is created in the process is much greater and more interesting than the sum of its parts. Will you be a part of our international mosaic of cultures?
Conference theme: Rethinking Entrepreneurship: Challenges for Management Education in Rising Economies
Join CEEMAN from 20-22 September in Hangzhou, Chinese Silicon valley and the epicenter of China’s tech industry, for the annual conference, that brings together deans and directors of management education institutions from all over the world.
Gain the essential skills you need to develop your career in international higher education and prime yourself for success by joining the EAIE Academy in Warsaw, Poland from 13–17 November! Early bird registration closes at 17.00 CEST.
Conference theme: Higher Education in Africa: New Regional and Global Dynamics
The conference will discuss the impacts that global and regional developments are having on Africa’s higher education.
Theme: Internationalising Schools: Sharing good practice and addressing challenges
The AIE conference aims to bring together those involved in the promotion of intercultural understanding and international education, including researchers and practitioners at every level of education throughout the world.
Developing the leadership potential of Asia-Pacific and European leaders and managers
The aim of the School is to develop the leadership potential of senior managers in higher education involved or likely to be involved in major Asia-Pacific and European strategic partnerships.
Conference theme: Embracing Diversity
The 31st annual Australian International Education Conference (AIEC) will be held in Hobart, Tasmania. The program will feature world leading experts, unique social events and an exhibition. AIEC 2017 will once again be the leading event on the international education calendar in Australia.
Thorough international missions, participation in key events, and strategic meetings, the Conference of the Americas on International Education (CAIE) prepares to its fifth edition, to be held in October 11-13, 2017, in Montreal, Canada.
Gain the essential skills you need to develop your career in international higher education and prime yourself for success by joining the EAIE Academy in Warsaw, Poland from 13–17 November! Registration closes at 17.00 CEST.
Higher education for the future; ‘accelerating and strengthening innovation’
The themes of the conference include strategies for the future of continuous professional development, open education and widening participation, and research and innovation for new modes of teaching and learning among others.
Working Together for a Democratized Postsecondary Education: A Key to Sustainable Development
In 2017, the Global Access to Postsecondary Education (GAPS) initiative will convene the second World Congress devoted to equitable access to and success in postsecondary education.
Develop your knowledge in international higher education and mingle with like-minded professionals in the bustling city of Warsaw, Poland. Each academy course offers the chance to explore new frameworks, develop action plans and exchange ideas with other like-minded professionals.
Pathways in International Education: Charting the Course
At CBIE’s 51st Annual Conference we will work together to ensure that the necessary tools are available to create sustainable pathways and chart the course in international education.
Next steps for international student recruitment in higher education - changes to the visa system and promoting the UK as a destination post-Brexit
With the UK in the process of leaving the EU, this timely seminar will consider the future for attracting international students to higher education institutions in the UK.
Responsible QA: committing to impact
The 12th EQAF will explore current developments in research, policy and practice from across Europe that tackle the need for QA to meet the needs of a wide range of internal and external stakeholders.
This conference focuses on the issues of the geographic and symbolic mobility, in different fields of informal, non-formal and formal education.
More information will follow soon.
The SAR Global Congress provides an opportunity for members and partners to gather, share experiences hosting at-risk scholars, learn about new activities, and discuss current issues and strategies for promoting academic freedom.