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The 6th edition of Careers Made in Rotterdam was held earlier this month.This event brings together employers, the local government and international students in the Greater Rotterdam area. It’s aim is to create an opportunity for students to learn about & be inspired by the career opportunities available to them.
Student Accommodation provider, London Nest, threw their annual Christmas party at The Sterling Bar in the famous London icon, the Gherkin, this month. Winners of their fancy dress contest for best movie character inspired costume were – The Hangover (Pim from Student Stay), Hook (Luca from Sagitter) and The Mexican (Ben from Malvern House).
The British Council Services for International Education Marketing conference took place in Belfast this month, with around 500 delegates in attendance for the two day event. The gala dinner was held at the Titanic exhibition, and Robin Bew, CEO of the Economist Unit, gave his global outlook projections.
Day 2 at ICEF Miami was full of busy meetings during the day and in the evening there were dance performances, music and delegates, in the usual ICEF style, danced the night away! Boutique Universities sponsored the evening’s proceedings and honoured Enbee Education Center with their agency of the year award.
ICEF Miami kicked off with a networking reception by the pool with live music and drinks amongst the palm trees at the Loews Hotel on South Beach. UTP Highschool sponsored the event and have kindly shared some of the funnier snaps from their photo booth.
Around 400 delegates came to Philadelphia for the third annual Reimagine Education conference and award ceremony. The days were filled with presentations of shortlisted projects and panel discussions on the roles and advancement of technology on education. The regional award ceremony was held on the first night, and the National Convention Center in Philadelphia was the…
ISANA kicked off its 27th annual conference with a “Night at the Museum” dinner. Held at Te Papa Museum, attendees dressed up as their favourite museum display and mingled amongst the exhibits.
Stakeholders from the UK’s youth travel sector gathered at the Ham Yard Hotel in Soho, London to find out the winners and finalists in this year’s British Youth Travel Awards, voted for by a distinguished panel of judges including The PIE’s Amy Baker. The after-party continued nearby, complete with snow-foam.
The annual American International Recruitment Council conference took place in Miami, Florida, and saw over 360 delegates representing both institutions and agencies, meet with each other and participate in a variety of seminars across the four days.
Independent Higher Education, formerly known as Study UK, held its Annual Conference in London this week, with Neil Carmichael MP and a representative of the Home Office addressing delegates representing Alternative Providers.
English UK South West, the regional group of English UK, recently hosted their first outward mission to Milan this month, to promote studying in the south west of England. 12 schools, 14 agents and 10 teachers were in attendance for this 2 day event which included a mixture of networking and teacher training.
Navitas hosted its staff and partners from around the world in Hanoi at its annual business partners conference. University branding, digital marketing and improving the student journey were among the talking points at the three-day event, while the inaugural Navichef competition challenged delegates to shop for ingredients and create traditional Vietnamese dishes from scratch.