What people say about AIEC

"[My favourite conference is] without a doubt the Australian International Education Conference. Australia approaches international education in a very different way from any other country; it's business but not at the cost of academic value. As a journalist it's great for stories because they really use the event as a platform to announce government policy, candidly voice concerns from across the sectors and the Aussies, at every level in an organisation, are well informed about what's going on. It helps that AIEC is always held in October when London is turning cold and Australia is coming into summer."

Sara Custer, The PIE News – Delegate at AIEC 2014

“I got so many new ideas regarding how we work and what we can do better or differently in the sector and in my own institution.”

Saskia Loer Hansen, RMIT – Delegate at AIEC 2014

“The keynote speakers were outstanding – a perfect mix of valuable knowledge, inspiration and innovation.”

Arfa Noor, Griffith University – Delegate at AIEC 2014

“Networking opportunities between sessions allow for valuable business development, sharing of ideas and benchmarking of processes.”

Callum Cowell, University of Western Australia – Delegate at AIEC 2014

“AIEC provides opportunity to engage with colleagues from other institutions who face similar challenges and experiences as me and having a forum to dissect and exchange ideas and best practices for overcoming those challenges."

Delegate at AIEC 2013

“AIEC provides an honest exchange of ideas and issues that confront higher education.”

Delegate at AIEC 2013

“I enjoy the chance to network, hear from the industry experts, keep pace with the latest developments industry - wide, opportunity to peek into the future technologies that have the potential to change the way we operate currently.”

Delegate at AIEC 2013

Key dates

1 June 2016 - Registration opens

19 August 2016- Early bird closes

18 October 2016 - Conference starts