Online program

SECTORS

ELT = English language

HE = Higher education

SCH = Schools

VET = Vocational education and training

KEY INTEREST AREAS

ADM = Admissions

BD&S = Business development & strategy

GS&E = Graduates, skills and employment

L&T = Learning and teaching

 

M&C = Marketing and communication

MOB = Mobility

PATH = Pathways

P&RE = Policy and regulatory environment

 

PD = Professional development

STU = Students

SS = Sponsored students

TNE = Transnational education

VAR = Various key interest areas


This program was last updated on 30 June 2017. Session information (titles, dates and times) will be available soon.

TITLESPEAKERSTYPEKIASECTOR(S)SESSIONDATETIME
Beyond the great firewall: social media in China [1223] Kate Yang, WT Media; Anna McLeod, Navitas Professional; George Hernandez, Higher Education Consulting Group; David Dukes, University of Southern Queensland Workshop M&C Cross sector Workshop A 10 OCT 9:00
Risky business: mitigating risk in learning abroad [1224] Laura Sessions, Lodestone Safety International; Christopher Hoffmann, The University of Adelaide; Rob Malicki, The Global Society; Leanne Harrison, UNSW; Kelly Williams, Scope Global Pty Ltd Workshop MOB Cross sector Workshop B 10 OCT 9:00
Cracking the code: ESOS National Code 2017 [1225] Alice Maclean, Geza Karacsony, Irene Koh, Ingrid Elliston Workshop P&RE Cross sector Workshop C 10 OCT 9:00
Trends from across the pond: what’s next for TNE in Australia? [1226] Josh Taylor, New York University; Bill Damachis, University of Wollongong Workshop TNE Cross sector Workshop D 10 OCT 9:00
Data demystified: unlock the value of data-driven decision-making [1227] Laura Hague, TRACK; Darragh Murray, Queensland University of Technology; Arfa Noor, IEAA Workshop BD&S Cross sector Workshop E 10 OCT 13:00
From nĭ hăo to know-how: understanding Chinese language and culture [1228] Fiona Swee-Lin Price Workshop P&RE Cross sector Workshop F 10 OCT 13:00
Masterclass – The art of storytelling with iPads: producing great online video in-house [1222] Mariona Guiu Masterclass M&C Cross sector Masterclass 10 OCT 9:00
Global power shifts and the impact on pathways [1229] Heidi Reid, Australian International College of English; Daniel Renton, Kaplan International; Thomas Dunlop, Navitas Limited Workshop PATH Cross sector Workshop G 10 OCT 13:00
Innovation in Employability [1230] Judith Uren, Study Melbourne; Judie Kay, RMIT University; Gerard Holland, Outcome.Life; Domenic Saporito, Outcome.Life Workshop GS&E Cross sector Workshop H 10 OCT 13:00
‘Not there yet’: Overcoming barriers to education for refugees and asylum seekers [1267] Marina Malgina, NOKUT - Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education; Arif Hazara, RMIT University; Ailsa Lamont, Pomegranate Global; Karen Dunwoodie, Monash University; Helen Barroco, Global Platform for Syrian Students Panel L&T Cross sector 1.3.A. ‘Not there yet’: Overcoming barriers to education for refugees and asylum seekers 11 OCT 12:00
50% or bust: achieving mobility targets through cross-campus collaboration and goal-setting [1109] Cara Bonnington, University of Sydney E-poster MOB HE 1.4. Poster session: Student mobility 11 OCT 14:30
A lesson in opportunity: authentic approaches to internationalisation [1269] Ken Chatterton, Clayton North Primary Sool E-poster L&T SCH 1.5. Poster session 11 OCT 16:15
A model of a Japanese niche market and product diversity [1079] Vijayalakshumi (Viji) Shankar, OneTAFE NSW Northern Sydney RTO E-poster M&C Cross sector 1.3. Poster session: Marketing and communication 11 OCT 12:00
Across sectors, across governments – new modes of doing business [1148] Elizabeth Webber, Australian Government Sools International/NSW Department of Education Presentation (30 min) BD&S SCH 1.3.D. Schools session 11 OCT 12:00
Admissions and Compliance Network Conversation [1215] Geza Karacsony, Western Sydney University; Ingrid Elliston, ; Irene Koh, Conversation P&RE Cross sector 1.2. Network Conversation: Admissions and Compliance 11 OCT 10:30
An integrated approach to international education – enhancing global employability through a local context [1139] Jane Skalicky, University of Tasmania; Kristin Warr Pedersen, University of Tasmania Presentation (30 min) STU Cross sector 1.2.B. Thematic session 11 OCT 10:30
APEC quality assurance of online learning project [1072] Karen Treloar, Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency; Carolyn Daniel, Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency Presentation (30 min) P&RE HE 1.5.A. Thematic session 11 OCT 16:15
Attracting millennials: social + video = Queensland’s no.1 driver of international students #SummerLifeQLD [1172] Patrick Hafenstein, Trade & Investment Queensland; Steve Crombie, Totem Advisory & Studio E-poster M&C Cross sector 1.3. Poster session: Marketing and communication 11 OCT 12:00
Beyond English language proficiency: international secondary school students’ diverse practices of belonging [1156] Trang Hoang, University of Deakin Presentation (30 min) STU SCH 1.3.D. Schools session 11 OCT 12:00
Beyond the prospect: mapping and integrating end-to-end global student experience [1209] Matthew Lee, RMIT University E-poster M&C Cross sector 1.3. Poster session: Marketing and communication 11 OCT 12:00
Bring it in-house! An under-18 guardianship case study [1167] Molly Bonnefin, Monash College; Patrick Ashe, Monash College Presentation (30 min) P&RE Cross sector 1.4.D. Thematic session 11 OCT 14:30
Celebrating accents – using computer-based applications to develop communication skills, engagement and confidence while embracing diversity [1033] Jonathan Brown, Sydney Institute of Business and Technology (SIBT) Presentation (30 min) L&T Cross sector 1.5.D. Thematic session 11 OCT 16:15
Connectivity: partnerships that embrace diversity and community engagement to enhance the student experience [1161] Rachel Colaso, Brisbane Marketing; Vanessa Fabre, MDA Ltd, formerly the Multicultural Development Association; Chris Evason, International Education Services; Mark Ensor, AFL Queensland Panel STU Cross sector 1.4.B. Connectivity: partnerships that embrace diversity and community engagement to enhance the student experience 11 OCT 14:30
Embracing diversity: an Asia-at-home style of learning [1093] Mark Laraghy , Livingstone Christian College; Amanda Roberts Presentation (30 min) L&T SCH 1.2.D. Schools session 11 OCT 10:30
Ensuring international students are welcome, safe and well in New Zealand [1259] Emily Fabling, New Zealand Ministry of Education Presentation (30 min) STU Cross sector 1.2.B. Thematic session 11 OCT 10:30
Establishing a consistent approach to offshore marketing [1251] Kelly Ralston, Austrade; Tracy Harris, Austrade Panel M&C Cross sector 1.4.E. Establishing a consistent approach to offshore marketing 11 OCT 14:30
Global dialogue: how is international education responding to the rise of nationalism around the world? [1238] Chris Ziguras, IEAA/RMIT; Other speaker(s) TBA; Panel P&RE Cross sector 1.2.E. Global dialogue: how is international education responding to the rise of nationalism around the world? 11 OCT 10:30
How to address scalability, affordability and accessibility to international learning opportunities [1061] Sally Parrott, RMIT University E-poster MOB Cross sector 1.4. Poster session: Student mobility 11 OCT 14:30
IEAA Excellence Awards winners’ poster presentations [1239] Speaker(s) TBA E-poster TBC Cross sector 1.2. Poster session: IEAA Excellence Awards winners’ poster presentations 11 OCT 10:30
Improving student outcomes through diversity of the student experience [1195] John Wellard, Universities Australia; Stefan Bienefeld, DAAD - German Academic Exchange Services Panel STU HE 1.5.C. Improving student outcomes through diversity of the student experience 11 OCT 16:15
In focus: Indonesia [1248] Greg Barton, Monash University; Eugene Sebastian, Australia-Indonesia Centre; Sally-Ann Watts, Austrade; Jeremy Bruer, Australian Government - Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Panel BD&S Cross sector 1.2.A. In focus: Indonesia 11 OCT 10:30
Intercultural competence training for students abroad and on campus: an interactive, cross-institutional approach [1083] Catherine Burnheim, Monash University; Nadine Normand-Marconnet, Monash University Presentation (30 min) L&T HE 1.5.D. Thematic session 11 OCT 16:15
International education 101: what you should know [1232] Lyndell Jacka, IDP Education; Bronte Neyland, Victoria University Presentation (75 min) PD Cross sector 1.2.C. International education 101: what you should know 11 OCT 10:30
International education beyond the doctorate: using early career researcher mobility to support international linkages [1187] Briony Wood-Ingram, RMIT University; Chris Ziguras, IEAA/RMIT Presentation (30 min) MOB HE 1.5.E. Thematic session 11 OCT 16:15
International students and the Australian workplace – workplace diversity from employers’ perspective [1146] Brooke Young, Monash College; Lisa Sheehan, Carsales.com.au; Louise Zoanetti, Monash College; Fleur Bennett, Adecco Group Panel GS&E Cross sector 1.4.C. International students and the Australian workplace – workplace diversity from employers’ perspective 11 OCT 14:30
IoC Network Conversation: Exploring the curriculum implications for all students in an increasingly connected global society through research and practice [1216] Wendy Green, University of Tasmania; Mariana Lane, Independent Sools Queensland; Craig Whitsed, Murdoch University; Betty Leask, La Trobe University Conversation L&T Cross sector 1.4. Network Conversation: Internationalisation of the Curriculum 11 OCT 14:30
Leveraging global networks to build diversity, create access and enhance the student experience [1182] Steven Hewitt, ISEP; Brett Berquist, University of Auckland Presentation (30 min) BD&S HE 1.3.B. Thematic session 11 OCT 12:00
Quality assurance in international education and training and its role in shaping diversity [1006] Patrick Pheasant, NEAS (National ELT Accreditation Seme) Presentation (30 min) P&RE Cross sector 1.5.A. Thematic session 11 OCT 16:15
Regional partnerships – a New Zealand approach to growth and diversity [1130] Gregory Scott, Education New Zealand Presentation (30 min) BD&S Cross sector 1.4.A. Thematic session 11 OCT 14:30
Scoping opportunities for Australian higher education institutions to engage with India [1081] Karen Barker, Australia India Institute University of Melbourne; Brigid Freeman, Australia India Institute, University of Melbourne Presentation (30 min) BD&S HE 1.4.A. Thematic session 11 OCT 14:30
Stop preaching to the converted: get off your ass and get some diversity [1140] Glen Stafford, The University of Adelaide; Kent Anderson, The University of Western Australia; Davina Potts, The University of Melbourne; Brook Blahnik, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Café MOB HE 1.3.E. Stop preaching to the converted: get off your ass and get some diversity 11 OCT 12:00
The TALK and the WALK – what we SAY and DO about educating global citizens in schools [1095] Mariana Lane, Independent Sools Queensland Presentation (30 min) L&T SCH 1.2.D. Schools session 11 OCT 10:30
Transnational Education Network Conversation [1221] Caryn Nery, RMIT University Conversation TNE Cross sector 1.3. Network Conversation: Transnational Education 11 OCT 12:00
Under-18 international students – the University of Sydney experience and accommodation perspectives [1124] Mandy Baric, University of Sydney; Anthony Harvey, Australian Homestay Network Pty Ltd Presentation (30 min) P&RE Cross sector 1.4.D. Thematic session 11 OCT 14:30
Unintended consequences of well-intentioned people: effects of system and process on diverse student mobility [1104] Brook Blahnik, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities E-poster MOB HE 1.4. Poster session: Student mobility 11 OCT 14:30
What it’s really like launching a joint venture, innovative degree [1165] Nicki Sheridan, Monash College; Mark Crosby, Monash University Presentation (30 min) BD&S HE 1.3.B. Thematic session 11 OCT 12:00
What we did, what we forgot and what we’d do again: four perspectives on building crisis preparedness [1118] Jane Favaloro, Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources; Rebecca Hall, Trade & Investment Queensland; Peter Mackey, StudyNSW; Tracy Harris, Austrade; Amanda Pickrell, Victorian Government Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources Panel P&RE Cross sector 1.3.C. What we did, what we forgot and what we’d do again: four perspectives on building crisis preparedness 11 OCT 12:00
When ecosystems collide – the next generation of graduate employment [1246] Rob Lawrence, Prospect Marketing & Research Presentation (75 min) GS&E Cross sector 1.5.B. When ecosystems collide – the next generation of graduate employment 11 OCT 16:15
(Away from) Home alone [1114] Fraser Cargill, EduWorld ; Allison Doorbar, EduWorld E-poster STU HE 2.2. Poster session 12 OCT 10:30
‘The Belt and Road’ promotes new approaches to transnational education for Chinese VET institutions [1038] Xia Tao, Shijiazhuang University of Applied Technology E-poster TNE VET 2.5. Poster session 12 OCT 16:15
Achieve diversity in your student mix through ELICOS [1236] Brett Blacker, English Australia Presentation (30 min) PATH ELT 2.3.A. Thematic session 12 OCT 12:00
An Australian VET institution offshore – should you issue qualifications from Australia or another country? [1240] Janelle Chapman, TAFE Queensland; Denise O'Brien, Australia Pacific Technical College Presentation (75 min) TNE VET 2.2.D. An Australian VET institution offshore – should you issue qualifications from Australia or another country? 12 OCT 10:30
Australian international education – embracing diversity [1008] Steve Nerlich, Australian Government Department of Education and Training Presentation (30 min) STU Cross sector 2.3.A. Thematic session 12 OCT 12:00
Cultivating an internationally diverse campus [1087] Vik Singh, Hotcourses Pty Ltd; Michelle Hosemann, La Trobe University Presentation (30 min) M&C Cross sector 2.5.B. Thematic session 12 OCT 16:15
Data is no longer about numbers: it's about getting to what truly motivates individuals [1077] Sharyn Maskell, SM Consulting Group Presentation (30 min) M&C Cross sector 2.3.C. Thematic session 12 OCT 12:00
Developing a critical approach to student preparation for international mobility experiences: moving beyond the practical [1036] Peter Jones, James Cook University; Debra Miles, Social Work and Human Services, James Cook University ; Narayan Gopalkrishnan, James Cook University Presentation (30 min) MOB HE 2.4.D. Thematic session 12 OCT 14:30
Disruptive Asia: how Asia’s rise is transforming Australia [1176] Philipp Ivanov, Asia Society Australia Presentation (30 min) BD&S HE 2.3.B. Thematic session 12 OCT 12:00
Diverse approaches to educating and being ethical global citizens [1191] Betty Leask, La Trobe University; Tracy Fortune, La Trobe University; Chyrisse Heine, La Trobe University Academic; Joanna Shaw, La Trobe University, International Office/Silk Lotus; Shinead Borkovic, La Trobe University; Helena Sanderson, La Trobe University; Renee Somoza, La Trobe University; Sonia Reisenhofer, La Trobe University Café L&T Cross sector 2.5.E. Diverse approaches to educating and being ethical global citizens 12 OCT 16:15
Diversity within the New Colombo Plan [1119] Lynda Worthaisong, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade; Amarina Smith, New Colombo Plan; Mitch Francis, New Colombo Plan Presentation (30 min) MOB HE 2.4.D. Thematic session 12 OCT 14:30
Do political events in a host country affect international education engagement? [1260] Janet Ilieva, Education Insight Keynote   Cross sector 0.1. Opening Plenary 12 OCT 5.30 pm
Employability training gone digital: building intercultural competence through gamification of information [1103] Sevasti Christoforou, Expertise in Labour Mobility; Nannette Ripmeester, Expertise in Labour Mobility E-poster GS&E HE 2.3. Poster session 12 OCT 12:00
Employment pathways for international students returning to Asia [1144] Rohan Holland, Readygrad; Phil Honeywood, International Education Association of Australia; Daniel Capper, The University of Queensland; Andrew Purchas, GradConnection; Julie Howell, Curtin University Panel GS&E Cross sector 2.4.A. Employment pathways for international students returning to Asia 12 OCT 14:30
Facilitating evaluation of refugees’ qualifications – the Norwegian experience [1173] Marina Malgina, NOKUT - Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education; Stig Arne Skjerven, NOKUT - Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education E-poster ADM HE 2.5. Poster session 12 OCT 16:15
Factors influencing Chinese students’ academic success in an Australian university’s pathway program: an empirical test [1099] Helen Yang, Victoria University; Alan Farley, Victoria University; Lee Min, Asia-Australia Business College, Liaoning University Presentation (30 min) TNE HE 2.5.D. Thematic session 12 OCT 16:15
Fulfilling diverse learner needs: preparing students for university success through a personalised online learning experience [1080] Katherine Olston, University of Sydney Centre for English Teaching E-poster PATH Cross sector 2.4. Poster session 12 OCT 14:30
Gender, parenthood and career choices: an international education perspective [1123] Elissa Newall, RMIT University; Bronte Neyland, Victoria University; Jacqueline Taylor, RMIT University Café PD Cross sector 2.3.E. Gender, parenthood and career choices: an international education perspective 12 OCT 12:00
In focus: Bangladesh [1249] Michelle Sullivan, Australian Government - Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade; Jo Mithen, Monash College; Zariff Munir, The Boston Consulting Group; Leonie Muldoon, Australian Trade & Investment Commission; Tanveer Shaheed, Macquarie University; Ravi Chandran, IDP Education Ltd Panel BD&S Cross sector 2.2.C. In focus: Bangladesh 12 OCT 10:30
In focus: the Pacific [1250] Rajesh Chandra, The University of the South Pacific; Nigel Healey, Fiji National University; Denise O'Brien, Australia Pacific Technical College; Tony McGee, Australian Government - Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade; Dennis Murray, Murray Goold International Panel BD&S Cross sector 2.4.B. In focus: The Pacific 12 OCT 14:30
Internationalising the education experience: many parts make the whole [1073] Margot McNeill, Navitas; Jonathan Hvaal, Navitas; Helen Zimmerman, Navitas Ltd Café L&T Cross sector 2.2.E. Internationalising the education experience: many parts make the whole 12 OCT 10:30
Leadership and the diversity deficit in international education [1206] Ruby Biscuit, Macquarie University International College; Arfa Noor, IEAA; Shanton Chang, The University of Melbourne; Other speaker(s) TBA Panel BD&S HE 2.5.C. Leadership and the diversity deficit in international education 12 OCT 16:15
Mapping a new path: strategies for building diversity and inclusion in outbound mobility [1105] Martha Johnson, University of Minnesota; Kirk Doyle, Australian Catholic University; Andrew Gordon, Diversity Abroad; BJ Titus, Learning Abroad Center, University of Minnesota Panel MOB HE 2.2.B. Mapping a new path: strategies for building diversity and inclusion in outbound mobility 12 OCT 10:30
Marketing, Recruitment & Communication Network [1220] Anna McLeod, Navitas Professional Conversation M&C Cross sector 2.4. Network Conversation: Marketing, Recruitment & Communication 12 OCT 14:30
Measuring employability in TNE: the known, the unknown and the challenge to know [1000] Fion (Choon Boey) Lim, Victoria University Presentation (30 min) TNE HE 2.5.D. Thematic session 12 OCT 16:15
On the same team: embracing diversity through sport [1203] Anton Crace, InterActive Sports; Linda Karlsson, International Education Services Ltd. E-poster STU Cross sector 2.2. Poster session 12 OCT 10:30
On the straight and narrow? Embracing LGBTQI+ diversity in international education [1231] Shanton Chang, The University of Melbourne; Zen Andra, RMIT University; Other speaker(s) TBA Café STU Cross sector 2.4.E. On the straight and narrow? Embracing LGBTQI+ diversity in international education 12 OCT 14:30
Outbound learning mobility of Australian university students 2015-16 [1091] Stephen Connelly, GlobalEd Services; Sunny Yang, Monash University; Shevahn Telfser, CSU Global; Rebecca Hall, Trade & Investment Queensland Panel MOB HE 2.5.A. Outbound learning mobility of Australian university students 2015-16 12 OCT 16:15
Paddl Games case study: delivering transformative employment experiences to boost student employability [1271] Dominique Fisher, CareerLounge/Paddl E-poster GS&E Cross sector 2.3. Poster session 12 OCT 12:00
Pathways Network Conversation [1217] Heidi Reid, Australian International College of English Conversation PATH Cross sector 2.3. Network Conversation: Pathways 12 OCT 12:00
Promoting cultural diversity in the tertiary education sector: are we achieving anything? [1088] Rameeza Barnes, Swinburne University of Technology; Desma Smith, Swinburne University of Technology E-poster STU Cross sector 2.2. Poster session 12 OCT 10:30
Quality assurance in a rapidly changing world [1247] Phil Honeywood, International Education Association of Australia; Other speaker(s) TBA Panel P&RE Cross sector 2.2.A. Quality assurance in a rapidly changing world 12 OCT 10:30
Realising our VET capability offshore – working smarter together or going alone? [1241] Janelle Chapman, TAFE Queensland; Sue Freeman, First Impressions Resources, The Australian Retail College; Other speaker(s) TBA Panel TNE VET 2.3.D. Realising our VET capability offshore 12 OCT 12:00
Same same, but different: the diverse expectations of International students [1233] Lyndell Jacka, IDP Education Presentation (30 min) M&C Cross sector 2.5.B. Thematic session 12 OCT 16:15
Shifting the market: impacts of political and other world events on international education [1115] Grant Watson, RMIT University; Iris D'Souza, RMIT University Presentation (30 min) BD&S Cross sector 2.3.B. Thematic session 12 OCT 12:00
Sponsored Students Network Conversation: Book Launch [1218] Anna Kent, Deakin University; Amy Wan, ; Gina Abarquez, Conversation SS Cross sector 2.2. Network Conversation: Sponsored Students 12 OCT 10:30
Tasmaninan Minister of Education Welcome Address[1270] The Hon. Jeremy Rockliffe, Minister for Education and Traning, Tasmanian Government Plenary   Cross sector 0.1. Opening Plenary 12 OCT 5.30 pm
The challenges of developing student-centred pathways programs – re-engineering the engineering diploma at Monash College [1029] Hamid Khattak, Monash College E-poster PATH Cross sector 2.4. Poster session 12 OCT 14:30
The Indonesia Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement – opportunities for Australian education [1128] Michael Fay, AFG Venture Group Presentation (30 min) TNE Cross sector 2.4.C. Thematic session 12 OCT 14:30
The power of personality profiling: creating compelling engagement for international students [1098] Nathan Chanesman, MyProfile Pty Ltd; Dary Milani, The University of Newcastle Presentation (30 min) M&C HE 2.3.C. Thematic session 12 OCT 12:00
The road to Mandalay - where providers play the long ball game [1186] Fraser Cargill, EduWorld ; Allison Doorbar, EduWorld Presentation (30 min) TNE HE 2.4.C. Thematic session 12 OCT 14:30
Asia rising: an in-depth analysis of supply and demand of English-taught programs in Asia [1030] Magnus Olsson, StudyPortals Presentation (30 min) BD&S HE 3.2.D. Thematic session 13 OCT 10:35
Creating a short-term study abroad program that everyone can get credit for [1020] Kirk Doyle, Australian Catholic University; Matthew Pucciarelli, St John's University E-poster MOB HE 3.1. Poster session 13 OCT 9:00
Diversity in practice: supporting the next generation of women leaders [1179] Steven Hewitt, ISEP; Davina Potts, The University of Melbourne; Martha Johnson, University of Minnesota; Rebecca Hall, Trade & Investment Queensland Panel PD HE 3.2.A. Diversity in practice: supporting the next generation of women leaders 13 OCT 10:35
Embracing diversity in the Australia Awards program: a case study from South and West Asia [1208] Tony Crooks, Australia Awards South and West Asia; Kirsty Harris, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade; Cucu Saidah, Flinders University; Nisha Singh, Fiinders University Panel SS Cross sector 3.1.D. Embracing diversity in the Australia Awards program: a case study from South and West Asia 13 OCT 9:00
Embracing diversity through international education in regional Australia [1138] Peter Mackey, StudyNSW; Dunya Alruhaimi, The International Hub; Judith Uren, Study Melbourne; Carl Rawlings, University of Southern Queensland; Anne Ripper, Tasmanian Government - Department of Education Panel BD&S Cross sector 3.1.A. Embracing diversity through international education in regional Australia 13 OCT 9:00
Game changer: a student-centred approach to orientation, transition and safety through gamification [1131] Lena Mete, Education Queensland International; Jack Stathis, Education Queensland International E-poster STU Cross sector 3.2. Poster session 13 OCT 10:35
Gamifying the international student experience through CET’s Student Engagement Program [1075] Robert Chasse, The University of Sydney E-poster STU Cross sector 3.2. Poster session 13 OCT 10:35
Global graduate employability: what English language skills do recruiters want? [1039] Dasha Karzunina, QS Presentation (30 min) GS&E ELT 3.2.D. Thematic session 13 OCT 10:35
Global mobility: the key to student success? [1055] Rebecca Cozens, Griffith University; Amanda Daly , Griffith University E-poster MOB HE 3.1. Poster session 13 OCT 9:00
Innovative models in tertiary education: game changers or dead ends? [1243] Daniel Guhr, Illuminate Consulting Group; Melissa Banks, International Education Association of Australia; Other speaker(s) TBA Panel BD&S Cross sector 3.1.B. Innovative models in tertiary education: game changers or dead ends? 13 OCT 9:00
Intercultural mentoring online during study abroad [1042] Jane Jackson, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Susan Oguro, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Technology Sydney E-poster MOB HE 3.1. Poster session 13 OCT 9:00
Internationalisation of the curriculum: future directions in a globalised world [1207] Wendy Green, University of Tasmania; John Hudzik, Michigan State University; Betty Leask, La Trobe University Panel L&T Cross sector 3.1.F. Internationalisation of the curriculum: future directions in a globalised world 13 OCT 9:00
Learning Abroad Network Conversation [1219] Linda Rust, James Cook University; Leanne Harrison, UNSW; Simon Davies Burrows, Edith Cowan University Conversation MOB Cross sector 3.2. Learning Abroad Network Conversation 13 OCT 10:35
Let’s call it what it is: racism from the students’ perspective [1132] Arfa Noor, IEAA; Other speaker(s) TBA Panel STU Cross sector 3.1.C. Let’s call it what it is: racism from the students’ perspective 13 OCT 9:00
Live, study, work: joining up the dots – how the Tasmanian Government and University of Tasmania are working together to grow international student numbers to Tasmania [1205] Anthony McHugh, University Of Tasmania; Rob Wilson, University of Tasmania; Erin Buttermore, Department of State Growth Panel M&C HE 3.2.C. Live, study, work: joining up the dots – how the Tasmanian Government and University of Tasmania are working together to grow international student numbers to Tasmania 13 OCT 10:35
The power of student-led marketing: using influencers and creating brand champions [1050] Jackie Kassteen, Jackfruit Marketing and FruitFame.com; Gretchen Dobson, Academic Assembly, Inc Café M&C Cross sector 3.1.E. The power of student-led marketing: using influencers and creating brand champions 13 OCT 9:00
Time to talk about it: mental health issues among international students in Australia [1235] Dr Benjamin Veness, Alfred Health; Other speaker(s) TBA Café STU Cross sector 3.2.E. Time to talk about it: mental health issues among international students in Australia 13 OCT 10:35
Unleashing human potential - edutech and international education [1190] Kadi Taylor, Navitas; Helen Zimmerman, Navitas Ltd; Riley Batchelor, EduGrowth; Maria Spies; Peter Rathjen, University of Tasmania Panel BD&S Cross sector 3.2.B. Unleashing human potential - edutech and international education 13 OCT 10:35
AIEC 2017 Debate: Has international education fuelled nationalist populism by simply serving the interests of global elites? [1257] Speakers TBA Debate   Cross sector 2.1. Thursday Plenary 12 OCT 8.30 am
Adjusting your mirrors and managing your blind spots [1258] Helen Turnbull, Human Facets Keynote   Cross sector 1.1. Wednesday Plenary 11 OCT 8.30 am