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The Association of MBAs held its annual gala dinner in London in February. Winners included Antoinette Catonia Mia Bailey from the University of Hong Kong Business School, Copenhagen Business School graduate, Jack Langworthy, MIM Business School in Ukraine and Mona School of Business and Management, University of West Indies.
The PIE News was in attendance as Glasgow International College celebrated its 10 year anniversary at the British Academy in London in February. You can see our interview with a GIC alumni and managing director of Kaplan Pathways International Linda Cowan here.
English language course professionals and The PIE News met at the English UK Marketing Conference in February to hear from plenary speakers Coffee Republic founder Sahar Hashemi, and Linda Moir, who headed up the London 2012 front-of-house team, among. The event was followed by a networking drinks reception.
Greenwich Management College hosted 185 guests from 65 partners and stakeholders at L’Aqua in Darling Harbour, Sydney, to launch the Greenwich Management College 2018 Brochure and unveil innovative initiatives designed to enhance student experience. Greenwich College aims to lead in revamping the way vocational education is taught and increase the value of its courses.
StudyAdelaide hosted 50 education agents from across China for its first ever in-market, two day workshop, in Macau. 16 education institution members and partners provided updates to agents and built relationships through business and networking activities. In 2017, over 15,000 Chinese students enrolled in South Australia – 43% of the state’s total international student enrolments.
The official breakfast launch of FUTURE SUCCESS was held at Urban Reef in Bournemouth in January. Representatives from local businesses, the UK English language teaching industry and local dignitaries were present to hear Spencer Fordham, Managing Director of Capital School of English launch the two week FUTURE SUCCESS course.
StudyTravel recently met in Málaga to celebrate its 25th anniversary. Over the course of two days, attendees heard 12 speeches, ate lunch at Pedrejalejo beach, had one tapas tour, a cookery course, a Spanish course, a wine tasting, 138 tapas, 453 drinks, saw a flamenco show and a spectacular band.
Delegates at the English UK Academic Conference for ELT practitioners and managers in January heard from an array of speakers, including David Crystal and Catherine Walter. The two day event at Prospero House in London gave attendees the opportunity to catch up with old contacts and make new ones at an evening drinks reception.
International House held its annual Academic Management & Trainers Conference 2018 in Greenwich, London in January. Across three days, delegates heard from speakers from both within the industry and from other fields relevant to education and management, shared good practice and attended networking sessions, including the IHWO Quiz and Karaoke night.
FEDELE held its eighth meeting of Spanish language centres in January 2018. The meeting aimed to show teachers and heads of Spanish teaching centres the benefits of immersion courses. The program included a range of cultural and gastronomic activities that provide an overview of teaching Spanish in Spain.
UTP High Schools, which offers specialized programs for international students in US high schools, hosted the ICEF Miami Welcome Reception earlier in December. North American institutions attended the conference and met agents to boost international enrollments and increase the quality of student applicants.
The NCUK Prize Awards were handed out at the third annual NCUK Partner Conference at Manchester Metropolitan University in November. Over 50 delegates from NCUK Study Centres as far away as Peru, China, Thailand, Nigeria attended the conference. Each year, NCUK awards prizes to students with the best academic results from the NCUK global network.