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The British Council held its newly rebranded International Education Services conference in Manchester in December. Key talking points included China and the US’s trade war and Australia’s and Canada’s growth challenges, before dinner was served under the wings of the Concorde at Manchester Airport’s Runway Visitor Park.
The American International Recruitment Council held its 10th annual conference at Bonaventure Resort in Weston, Florida. Over 400 representatives and AIRC members met to network, discuss market trends, cutting-edge technology, and strategically-based international student recruitment processes and policy.
The Asia Pacific Roadshow 2018 connected representatives from English UK member centres with high quality agents and buyers from across the Asia Pacific region – a key recruitment market for English language students. Agents from North East Asia joined the briefing and workshop in Osaka while the event in Bangkok was attended by agents from South East Asia.
The British Education Travel Association handed out 14 awards at its annual British Youth Travel Awards in central London. Forty businesses and individuals were selected for their outstanding work and innovative products.
The Global Leadership League held its first signature event in London in November. Frances Scott founder of 50:50 Parliament and Tripti Maheshwari founder of Student Circus and PIEoneer Award winner spoke about getting the best out of life and how to live it.
The Rainbow Hub launched its We are the Future campaign, promoting Brisbane as a welcoming city for LGBTQI+ international students and celebrating the community.
Accommodation provider London Nest held its eight year anniversary celebrations on November 22 in the UK capital. The event brought together friends and colleagues made since the company’s establishment in 2010.
Awards for the most talented journalists specialising education and skills were presented on November 22 at CIPR’s event in London, attended by journalists, communications professionals, sponsors and leading figures across the education sector. PIE News senior reporter Kerrie Kennedy was among the prize winners, scooping runner-up in the Best Newcomer award category.
Quality English and Quality Education hosted its first gala dinner at its 100th workshop, held in Sitges, Spain in November. 92 attendees from 22 countries attended, with agents and schools closely linked with the brand going home with QE penguins.
ESL selected nine schools from a total of over 400 as recipients of this year’s ESL Language Travel Awards. The third edition of the awards was held during ESL’s fifth annual workshop, held in Sitges, Spain.
The Canadian Bureau for International Education held its annual conference in Ottawa this year, returning to the capital, where it held its 2016 conference. This year’s event attracted more than 850 delegates from over 40 countries, and culminated in an international education dance-off.
Istituto Marangoni Advisory Committee met in the Gherkin, in November to celebrate 15 years of its London School. Responsible for offering industry advice to the institution, the Global IMAC meets annually. The board discussed trends in global fashion education and the importance of close collaboration between education providers and employers.