The New South Wales (NSW) Government, through StudyNSW, works to enhance international students’ experience in Sydney and the Australian State of NSW, and to recognise their contributions to our communities. StudyNSW is driving NSW’s 10-year international education strategy and positioning the State in key markets as a leader in international education that launches global careers.
GPO Box 5477
Sydney NSW 2001
StudyAdelaide promotes Adelaide as Australia’s premier learning city, offering the perfect balance of education excellence, lifestyle, and a welcoming community. StudyAdelaide’s marketing activities include digital campaigns, country-specific websites, attendance at offshore roadshows and events, and education agent familiarisation tours to Adelaide.
StudyAdelaide delivers and supports over 50 events each year for onshore students, giving them the opportunity to develop networks, make new friends and experience Australian culture.
The Northern Territory Government Department of Trade, Business and Innovation's Study in Australia's Northern Territory (#StudyNT) promotes international education and training.
StudyNT works with local and business communities to welcome international students to achieve academic success and discover new pathways to their future in Australia's Northern Territory.
Think differently – Study Tasmania! Tasmania offers a different kind of educational choice, with unique and inspiring lifestyle and study options. Tasmania is safe and accessible with vibrant, modern cities based around historic European architecture. With world quality educational institutions and a lifestyle second to none, Tasmania has everything needed to achieve excellent educational outcomes.
Global Education & Migration Manager
Study Queensland leads the QLD governments efforts to promote the state as a destination for international students and once they arrive, to offer support and guidance, helping to enhance every part of their student experience in Queensland.
Principal Marketing and Events Officer
Trade and Investment Queensland
16 January - Call for proposals opens
28 February - Call for proposals closes
22 May - Call for proposals notifications
1 June - Registration opens
1 August - Early bird registration closes
9 October 2018 - Conference starts