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HSBC launched the 2019 International Education Forum in September. The event brought together global experts to discuss educational hot topics, exchange insights, and collaborate with each other. As an initial launch of an annual educational exchange platform, HSBC sets the theme ‘Expanding Your Horizon into the Future’, aiming to support and develop overseas students capabilities.
Quality English and Quality Education hosted schools and agents at its missions in St Petersburg, Russia, and Kiev, Ukraine, in October. 22 QE schools from Canada, Cyprus, Ireland, South Africa, UK and USA took part in the events meeting 30 agents in Russia and 25 agents in Ukraine. QE’s next events will be in Rome, Madrid and Bilbao in November.
International Students House held its Annual Scholarship Reception in October for its new and returning scholars, ISH staff, supporters and university representatives. National dress was encouraged as attendees spent the evening celebrating.
Over 150 people, including more than 20 UK universities as well as Ghanaian and Nigerian government and private sector education sponsors, gathered across Accra, Ghana and Abuja, Nigeria for the inaugural Education Sponsor Focus 2019 business breakfasts. The breakfasts included presentations from universities, the British Council, UKVI followed by a networking event and meetings.
England-based independent English language school group, The English Network recently held two agent workshops in Nice in the south of France. Between October 1–4, the organisation hosted a total of 18 agents from 14 different countries.
The seventh EnglishUSA Annual Stakeholders Conference took place in October with English language school representatives, key organisations and government agencies gathering in Washington DC. Themed “Mission Possible: Thriving in Times of Change“, topics included successful IEPs, how to build relationships & resilience, and embassy perspectives on mobility.
CES held its 40th Anniversary party at the end of September. The language educator invites partners, friends and family, as well as colleagues from its schools in Ireland, the UK and Canada, to a lavish four-course dinner at Dublin’s famous Trinity College.
The second day of the EAIE conference saw the release of the association’s barometer, looking at ‘signposts of success’ and ‘money matters’. After a long day of reflecting on European international education, delegates enjoyed socialising at the many events on the outskirts of the event.
Over 6,000 international education professionals gathered in Helsinki for a conference that was notably green and sustainable, with cardboard exhibition stands, delegates encouraged to refill water bottles and free transport offered to all. The week featured campfire sessions, standard seminars, a busy expo hall and many evening networking events.
The 2019 English Australia Conference, held in Melbourne from September 18-20, was attended by around 400 of the region’s ELICOS professionals and experts. Networking continued into the night at the event’s gala dinner on Thursday evening.
Sympled 2019 took place in Melbourne, with education agents and industry stakeholders coming together to discuss the theme of Transparency and Accountability surrounding education agents’ performance and actions.
The third annual PIEoneer Awards 2019 was held at London’s remarkable Guildhall. Around 440 guests celebrated the best in international education as winners were announced from 16 hugely competitive award categories.