AIS St Helens Centre for Research in International Education is pleased to announce its 5th Biennial International Conference.
International education: Focus on the learner
WHEN: Thursday, 30 June, 2011 – Saturday, 2 July, 2011
WHERE: AIS St Helens Asquith Avenue Campus, Mt Albert, Auckland
First call for papers
Submissions of abstract are due 31 March, 2011.
Full paper deadline is 30 April, 2011.
Please also read the additional information in First Call for Papers.
Canada’s International Education Conference
November 8 – 11, 2009
WESTIN HARBOUR CASTLE HOTEL
Join us in Toronto, the city of culture, arts, nightlife and creativity for the
Canadian Bureau for International Education’s 43rdAnnual Conference.
Come network with other leaders in the field and discuss key issues surrounding the theme of the conference,
Internationalization Effectiveness: Strategies for Success.
Meet leading recruitment and marketing experts from around the world and find out more about the latest trends & innovative strategies.
*REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN*
Conference 2009 highlights include:
· Canada-China Education Partnership Forum, to be opened by H. E. Lan Lijun, Ambassador of China to Canada
· CBIE 2009 Gala and Annual Awards
For information on session program, panels and speakers, and toregister online now, visit the conference website athttp://www.cbie.ca/conference/2009/index_en.html.
Early bird rates now in effect!
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
CBIE conference participants represent the full range of professionals involved in international education. They reflect all levels of education and come from Canada, the United States, Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa.
The Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) is a national, bilingual, not-for-profit, membership organization dedicated to the promotion of Canada's international relations through international education: the free movement of ideas and learners across national boundaries. CBIE believes that international education is one of the best ways to create understanding among peoples and to develop enduring political, cultural and economic links among nations.
First Annual AIEA Global Dialogue:
Academic Cooperation Across Borders and Continents
February 13, 2010
The Association of International Education Administrators (AIEA) and sponsor ELS Educational Services are pleased to announce the first Global Dialogue on February 13, 2010 at American University in Washington, DC.
Based on the highly successful Transatlantic Dialogue and Dialogue of the Americas, this interactive and participant-centered seminar brings together senior international education leaders from around the world to discuss common issues and challenges.
The Global Dialogue will focus on East-West, North-South issues, research collaboration, student and faculty mobility, and joint programs.
The seminar provides the opportunity to meet together in a non-threatening atmosphere, where we are able to freely share information and ideas, and engage in dialogue.
As with the previous seminars, we will draw conclusions and make recommendations to AIEA and constituent organizations for dissemination of information and implementing policy and procedures.