CIS AUStralia conference | Brisbane

Date: 25 - 27 July 2018
Location: Hilton Hotel, Brisbane, Australia

Are you interested in incorporating intercultural learning on a whole-school level? We invite you to join the CIS Australia Conference in Brisbane to discuss ‘Global Challenges, Local Opportunities: Preparing students to meet the future.’ Learn about the latest research, resources and proven practices in the field of international education. Connect and build links with other CIS member schools with similar goals and a commitment to international education and global citizenship in a relaxed, collegial atmosphere.

Attendees can select from a variety of workshops and presentations over the two-day programme that explore topics common to CIS member schools in Australasia. Learn about student-led action from CIS member schools and universities through informative and inspirational workshops. Our session themes will be ‘Leading schools to implement a quality international education’ and ‘Intercultural learning in the digital age.’ Throughout the event, you’ll have ample time to network with CIS member schools from Australasia.

The schedule includes a networking reception, conference dinner at one of Brisbane’s iconic historic venues (Custom’s House) and multiple networking breaks each day.

Participants will be able to stay on for an Evaluator Training course and careers day on Saturday, 28 July.

What you can expect from the two-day regional conference:

  • Inspiring keynote and plenary sessions
  • Interactive sessions based on the latest research and practice
  • Practical takeaways for school leaders and educators
  • Opportunities to network with CIS member schools from Australasia

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