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More than 100 speakers and 500 professionals in the education technology sphere converged on London on 18 June for the annual EdTech Europe conference.
Delegates to the Global Internship Conference were amazed to spend three sunny days in Dublin discussing best practices around career development and employability in global higher education. With more than 400 attendees from 37 countries this year’s conference, host by University College Dublin, was the biggest to date.
The Association of Colleges held its annual conference in London on 11 June, bringing together internationally focussed staff in the UK’s FE sector to network and gain insight about international strategies and markets – rounded off with a drinks reception hosted by The PIE.
The British Council’s 13th annual ELTons celebrated innovation in English language teaching in London on 4 June. The ceremony was hosted by renowned broadcaster, Angela Rippon OBE, who effortlessly took to the job of hosting the event, drawing many laughs from the audience along the way. Read more about the awards and winners here.
After last year’s roaring success, The PIE brought back its infamous photo booth for NAFSA 2015, inviting attendees to use props and PIE tea towels in the most creative ways they could. This year’s theme was the Boston Tea Party, in honour of the conference being held in Boston, USA.
On 2 June, the Association of Commonwealth Universities celebrated the launch of its new Internationalisation Community and online forum with a reception at the Houses of Parliament in London.
Global education policy event, Going Global, landed in London this year, providing two days of plenaries, thought-provoking sessions, interactive student roundtables (curated by The PIE), high-level networking and a reception at the Tate Modern on the South Bank.
A compelling closing plenary from Yemeni Nobel peace laureate Tawakkol Karman brought an end to the intense week of networking, thought provoking sessions and yet more parties organised by a wide number of delegations at NAFSA’s conference in Boston.
Wednesday was a full day of sessions, expo hall opportunities and many parties thrown in Boston: The PIE collectively made it to GoOverseas.com’s reception at Fenway Park, EP-Nuffic’s reception, ELS’s banquet, English USA’s party at The Barking Crab, Scotland’s ceilidh, the Russian reception and AUIDF’s soiree at The State Room.
The 2015 NAFSA Annual Conference and Expo kicked off with karaoke hosted by Terra Dotta near Boston’s seaport on Monday night. The following evening delegates returned to the venue for the official conference opening that included a special appearance by the official Boston Red Sox mascot, Wally. BMI and GuardMe threw their annual club night…
On 21 May, English UK London invited agents and English language schools from across the capital to share a drink, network and celebrate the beginning of summer. During the evening, which had the theme ‘Hello, neighbour!’, attendees also shared what London means to them.
ILAC hosted 95 agents from 23 countries for its FAM trip on 6-10 May, in partnership with Niagara College. After kicking off in Niagara Falls with the Niagara College campus tour, the group enjoyed a packed schedule of activities including a wine tour and sightseeing in Toronto, as well as learning about ILAC and its university and…