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Educators from across Canada’s education system gathered in the country’s wine region for the British Columbia Council for International Education’s summer conference. Sessions focused on technological advancements in international education and how to respond to Canada’s boom in student numbers.
The 15th annual ELTons took place this week at the Millbank Tower in London, to celebrate innovation within the sector. The ceremony was hosted by Susie Dent, writer and broadcaster on language, and over 300 guests attended the night’s event.
The Edu Data Summit hosted by QS provided a detailed two-day dive into how best to use data and share data to help bolster institutional performance. A dinner at the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple in the heart of old London was the dinner venue.
Belta – Brazilian Educational & Language Travel Association hosted the third annual ForBEI – Brazil International Education Forum in São Paulo in May. This year’s theme was ‘Study Abroad: challenges and opportunities’. Photos: Belta/Márcia Alves.
International student recruitment fair company, BMI, celebrated its 30th anniversary at the NAFSA conference in Los Angeles. The evening began with a gala dinner, with entertainment from Brazilian dancers. The night’s party kicked off soon after, with hundreds of NAFSA delegates in attendance.
The final night of NAFSA was full of an array of events, including a rooftop reception on S Figueroa Street, and a Campus France reception in Beverly Hills. GoAbroad.com also held their annual award ceremony, and the night ended at the infamous Turkish reception at LA’s Belasco Theater.
The Wednesday of NAFSA saw events take place all over downtown Los Angeles. Receptions were hosted by StudyPortals and New Zealand, Australia held a 30s and 40s themed party, and Air Concepts’s late night event saw delegates party the night away.
The annual NAFSA conference and exhibition week kicked off on Monday night with an IELTS/Hotcourses reception. Tuesday evening’s receptions included La Trobe’s 50th anniversary party, receptions from INTO and Education New Zealand, and BMI’s dinner and party.
International House held its 2017 Directors’ Conference in Toronto, hosted by guard.me and bringing together directors from IH schools worldwide. The conference featured a charity auction and gala dinner as well as workshops and networking events.
The British Council’s 2017 Going Global conference took place in London, bringing together higher education stakeholders, thought leaders and policymakers to network, discuss opportunities and challenges in international education, and consider this year’s theme: ‘Global cities: connecting talent, driving change’.
During a reception at the ASU+GSV Summit in Salt Lake City, Utah, Navitas Ventures launched the Global Edtech Census, an open-data, multilingual initiative to comprehensively map the global education innovation and technology landscape.
The 2017 Annual Groningen Declaration Meeting was held in Melbourne, Australia from April 26-28. The theme of the meeting was Extending Engagement and brought together signatories to the Groningen Declaration from around the globe. Delegates were also treated to a wildlife tour of Melbourne during the three days.