IDP run a number of conferences throughout the year, the most
famous of which is the AIEC.
What is the AIEC?
The Australian International Education Conference (AIEC) is now
in its 27th year. Jointly sponsored by IDP Education and the IEAA
(International Education Association of Australia, the event is one
of the World’s principal international education conferences.
What do sessions include?
AIEC provides industry practitioners with current information,
research, training and debate, essential to understanding and
responding to developments in international education. The
conference features key industry speakers from around the globe and
includes sessions relevant to all sectors in the industry
including; international student demand and supply, marketing and
recruitment, teaching and learning, employability, student and
graduate experiences, mobility, transnational education and
international education policy.
When and where will the 2013 AIEC take place?
The AIEC 2013 will take place on 8-11 October at the
National Convention Centre in Canberra. 2013 is the centeneray
year of Australia's capital city and sees the return of the AIEC to
Canberra, where it was first held 27 years ago.
Is it relevant to the UK?
Yes. In 2012, AIEC welcomed a high number of international
delegates and attracted some of the world’s leading experts in
international education from Europe, Asia, North America and
In 2012, speakers from the UK included:
- Professor Sir Steve Smith, Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive
of the University of Exeter
- Professor Colin Riordan, Vice-Chancellor of Cardiff
- Dr Joanna Newman, Director of the UK Higher Education
- Dr William Lawton, Director, The Observatory on Borderless
I am an IDP client. Do I get a discount for booking?
Yes. All IDP Clients receive a discount. Please visit
Website where you can subscribe for updates and stay up to
day on the latest news for AIEC 2013. Booking information will be
included in the updates.
How can I find out more?
Please visit the AIEC Website for more
information, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to speak to one of