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Ahead of The PIE Live North America, LanguageCert sponsored a VIP workshop led by Dusty Amroliwala OBE, COO of global visa outsourcing business VFS Global (Education division).
ICEF Berlin returned triumphantly to Germany’s capital city, bringing together agents and educators from across the globe. Once again almost 2,700 international education professionals joined one of the sector’s biggest events of the year.
EduCanada held a reception at Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum during the November 2023 Conference for the Americas on International Education. Guests were treated to a lavish spread while surrounded by wax statues of famous figures.
A2 International Education Fairs hosted events in Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir, welcoming a total of 10,000 visitors during its 2023 season. The record number of attendees learnt of overseas education opportunities ranging from university programs to language courses, high school exchange programs and Work and Travel options in Germany, Canada, the UK, Australia and the US.
The Indian National Students Association welcomed their newest Indian students the to UK with a reception full of esteemed guests in London, including Lords Karan Bilimoria and Rami Ranger. The night continued at a boat party on the Thames.
International students had their say during AIEC’s student cafe session, Sannam S4 organised a fun run, and delegates celebrated at the technicolour-themed conference dinner.
AIEC continued on October 11 and delegates heard from Australian education minister Jason Clare.
The Australian International Education Conference kicked off in style in Adelaide (Tarntanya), on the lands of the Kaurna people, on October 10. Some delegates participated in a traditional smoking ceremony, and the conference held an opening drinks.
MYiO’s UK Nigeria education forum took place in Abuja on 3rd October. Over 100 people attended, including representatives from 31 British universities and stakeholders from Nigeria’s education sector.
We had plenty of visitors at our booth in the EAIE Rotterdam expo! Thanks to all who came to say hello and network. Did you come along and grab a tea towel?
After a packed day of sessions and networking, more networking was on the way for the delegates at EAIE – Keystone held a drinks party at Foodhallen, while Study in Wales held its own at Baek Food&Drink and HousingAnywhere used its office for its reception on the famous Blaak street.
On the first full day of sessions and networking, EAIE hit the ground running and plenty of receptions came with. The Australian Universities held a reception on the SS Rotterdam sponsored by EduKudu, British Council held its own at the Maritime Museum and IELTS went full party mode at Maasilo.