Beware of phishing scams

We have been made aware of false claims by an organisation approaching AIEC delegates pretending to be official AIEC accommodation partners.

Please be aware of these phishing scams and do not provide personal information such as credit card details to an organisation you do not recognise.

If you receive an email or phone call about the conference that appears suspicious, we would appreciate if you could let us know by emailing

Also, please be aware your data has not been compromised. If you have any concerns about your data or the conference in general, please do not hesitate to contact us.

AIEC official service providers

IDP Education and the International Education Association of Australia (IEAA) are the official co-hosts of AIEC.

Delegates, sponsors and/or exhibitors may receive from time to time emails directly from one of the official service providers, when and if it relates to an AIEC activity specifically.

Think Business Events is our professional conference organiser and are tasked with managing the registration and exhibition process. AIEC newsletters are also distributed by Think Business Events.

OzAccom is a professional accommodation provider tasked with managing accommadation for AIEC.

Gliding Wings is the official audiovisual provider for AIEC. They can answer any technical questions regarding your PowerPoint presentation.

Exponet is the official exhibition contractor. They may be in touch regarding your booth. 

Gel Events is AIEC's official freight forwarding and onsite logistics provider. They may be in touch with exhibitors and sponsors to offer their transport and freight services.

Key dates

9 February - Call for proposals opens

10 March - Call for proposals closes

1 June - Registration open

July - Program released

31 July - Super early bird registration closes

4 September - Early bird registration closes

10–13 October – AIEC 2023