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The Northern Consortium Charity and NCUK, a collaboration of UK universities dedicated to giving international students guaranteed access to universities worldwide, celebrated their 30th anniversary with a summer party in Manchester where NCUK partners, examiners, employees past and present, Consortium board of trustees and directors gathered for dinner, drinks and music.
More than 9,000 international language students from around the world celebrated Canada during World Student Day earlier this month. Celebrations took place across the country and was coordinated by Languages Canada. World Student Day celebrations included a number of activities from talent shows to sports and music and dancing all hosted by Languages Canada member institutions.
Spanish language school AIL opened a new branch last month in the coastal city of Málaga. Located close to both the city centre and the beach, AIL Málaga is the sister school of AIL Madrid, which has been in operation since 2006.
Last month Kensington Park School celebrated its launch with canapés and piano entertainment at Imperial College in London. Kensington Park school will merge Lansdowne and its sister school, Duff Miller into a single school with the senior school on the north side of Kensington Gardens and the sixth form just south of the park.
Breaking Borders was the theme of this year’s BUILA Conference, which saw invited guests discussing how to move beyond Brexit, among other topics. Drinks al fresco at the American Museum in Bath and dinner at the Pump Rooms were social highlights.
Educators, international students, business leaders as well as Paul Blomfield MP, Lord Bilimoria and David Blunkett, gathered at the House of Commons to celebrate the #WeAreInternational campaign. Since the EU referendum, the project has garnered nation-wide support but founders have called for renewed efforts in order to affect immigration and visa policy change.
The British Educational Travel Association hosted its annual Parliamentary Reception on the House of Lords terrace in London. Baroness Warwick of Undercliffe attended the event and praised the sector’s work in promoting British soft power and supported calls for the government to review its immigration policy and take students out of net migration figures.
On 14-16 June, 2017 over 350 participants from 26 countries came together at the inaugural ICEF Southeast Asia Workshop in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, where rising family incomes, a growing economy and high demand for quality education are making Vietnam an important, emerging market for international educators.
The International Students House Garden party was held at the Park Crescent Gardens in Regents Park in the presence of their Patron, Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal. Students and scholars from around the world attended alongside representatives from London universities. Guests were entertained by a magician & a string quartet.
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.