Privacy policy

IDP Education Ltd (ACN 117 676 463) ("IDP") is the owner of the Australian International Education Conference ("AIEC" or “Conference”) and AIEC is subject to the Australian Privacy Act 1988.

IDP understands that your privacy is important to you and we are committed to complying with the Privacy Act and the Australian Privacy Principles in relation to all Personal and Sensitive Information that we collect from you.

To read IDP’s detailed privacy and information handling practices, please refer to:

IDP Group Privacy Policy

Complaints to IDP

Mechanisms for complaint if you are unhappy about how we have dealt with or are dealing with your Personal Information

IDP has procedures in place to deal with your inquiries or complaints.

If you have any questions about our policy or any complaint regarding the treatment of your privacy by us, please contact us at the respective addresses below.

The Privacy Officer
IDP Education Limited
Level 8, 535 Bourke Street
MELBOURNE 3000, Victoria

We will endeavour to respond to you within a reasonable time.  If you are still not satisfied with the way your complaint is handled by us, you are entitled to have your complaint reviewed under the Privacy Act.

Specific to AIEC

For specific details regarding delegate lists, disclosure of personal information to sponsors and video and photography at AIEC, please read below.

IDP has contracted with Think Business Events (ABN 66 121 965 428) ("TBE") to manage AIEC. Please make any enquiries in regard to the AIEC, including opting-out of the delegate list, changes and corrections to your personal information for the purposes of registration, program sponsorship and exhibition or any other AIEC related communications, please contact the Conference Office at

Delegate lists of consenting delegates

AIEC will produce delegate lists of all consenting delegates. The delegate lists will contain delegate’s name, job title, organisation, location (state or country) and twitter handle only.

This list will NOT be published on the website and will only be shared with confirmed 2020 exhibitors and sponsors.

Registrants may withhold consent for inclusion of their details on the list by opting out via the online registration form at the time of registration or notifying the Conference Office at in writing 4 weeks prior to the conference.

We are aware there is a scam where delegates and exhibitors are being approached with the offer to purchase AIEC delegate lists or offering services such as accommodation bookings on behalf of AIEC. Our recommendation is to ignore these emails or report the scam to

Please see a list of official AIEC service providers, confirmed sponsors and partners and confirmed exhibitors.

Disclosure of personal information to Platinum sponsors

AIEC will provide the option to disclose some of the information that is collected in via the online registration form such as your name, job title, organisation and its location and your email address to AIEC sponsors for marketing purposes. AIEC will not otherwise, without your consent, use or disclose your personal information for any purpose unless it would reasonably be expected that such purpose is related to the offer, provision and improvement of the conference or where such purpose is permitted or required by law.

Disclosure of registration information to IEAA

IDP will share registration details such as name, last name, position, organisation and type of registration with the conference co-host the International Education Association of Australia (IEAA) to check memebership status, as well as to verify attendance at prior conferences for the purposes of the IEAA Fellowship program.

Conference app

The AIEC conference app is part of the Entegy suite. It is a great communication and engagement platform that maximises delegate engagement and participation.

Registered delegates can set their own privacy settings when they create their account, and can update their privacy settings at any time.

Entegy Privacy Policy

Exhibitor app and name badge scanning

AIEC delegate name badges will contain a bar code. This bar code will allow exhibitors who scan your name badge to obtain your contact details (name, last name, position, organisation, email and phone), replacing the traditional exchange of business cards.

If you do not want to share these details with exhibitors, you can set the visibility to 'Never' when you create your AIEC conference app account. However please note this means none of your app connections (attendees) will be able to see this information either.

If you would like to share your contact details with attendees, but not with exhibitors, set your privacy to allow visibility 'to connections', but decline any requests from exhibitors to be scanned.

All exhibitors MUST ask for your permission before scanning your name badge.

Video and photography at AIEC

Images of conference delegates may be recorded by the AIEC photographer and film crew when they record various conference activities, such as sessions, exhibition and social functions. Footage and images recorded are owned by IDP, and may be used for publication in hardcopy and/or online to promote future conferences.