Why sponsor or exhibit AIEC?

Top reasons to get involved

  1. Participate in the largest annual gathering of international education policymakers and practitioners in Australia.

  2. Network with 1300 key institutional staff who represent a vital conduit of information to international students. Many of your current and prospective customers and employees will undoubtedly also have been international students and graduates.

  3. Develop new partnerships and associations with key decision makers across all sectors of education: universities, vocational education and training institutions, schools and English language centres in Australia.

  4. Learn about market trends, latest research findings and the future of the industry by attending some of the 80 programmed sessions.

  5. Showcase your products and services and promote your brand at one of the world’s top international education conferences.

Sponsorship and exhibition packages at a glance

Who should exhibit/sponsor? 

  • Government agencies or departments (e.g. Commonwealth or state departments, embassies)
  • Media/publishing houses
  • Higher education institutions or consortia
  • Technology and software providers (e-learning, online payment solutions, marketing solutions)
  • Student programs (internship or scholarship programs, study/work abroad programs, volunteer programs)
  • Student service providers (financial/banking, accommodation, visas, insurance, jobs/employment)
  • Consultancies (research, leadership and professional development, strategy)

Did you know?

  1. The education of international students generated a record $30.3 billion dollars in export income for Australia in 2017.
  2. International education (IE) is Australia’s largest services export and third largest of all export industries, behind iron ore and coal.
  3. International education is estimated to support around 130,700 jobs in Australia.
  4. There are over 600,000+ international students studying in Australia in 2017.

What is international education?