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  • The countdown to NZIEC 2019 is on

    In just a matter of days, the doors to the 28th annual New Zealand International Education Conference and Expo (NZIEC) will open.

    At this year’s event, we will be joined by a wide range of partners.

    ENZ is pleased to announce that Southern Cross Travel Insurance and Vodafone New Zealand/OKNZ are continuing their support of NZIEC. They are our Premium Partners for 2019.

    Southern Cross will be showcase its award-winning travel insurance. Every year, it provides travel insurance to over 30,000 international students and their family members, as well as students moving into the local workforce.

    Vodafone helps keep students connected from the moment they land in New Zealand with great offers on international calling and bonus data. It works closely with OKNZ to offer a greeting and translation service.

    Other partners joining us at conference are:

    • IDP Education, who will showcase IDP Connect, its client services division alongside the IELTS, its world-leading English language test.
    • FairWay Resolution Limited: FairWay administers iStudent Complaints, an independent resolution scheme for students.
    • QS Intelligence Unit: QS partners with higher education providers to help them understand and enhance their performace through unmatched intelligence tools.

    “We are grateful for the support of our Premium Partners and Partners at our industry’s annual hui,” says ENZ Chief Executive Grant McPherson. 

    “We encourage conference delegates to connect with them in the Expo Hall during conference.” 

    Be sure to book your accommodation and confirm your registration today at www.nziec.co.nz   

  • Register now for the Climate Action Network for International Educators (CANIE) Summit 2020

    It will take place entirely online on 21 May, with two separate sessions to suit attendees in different time zones. There will also be a discussion forum open for people to share their ideas.

    The programme’s sessions will feature presentations by international education practitioners from across the globe on topics like digital recruitment, flight guilt, and building sustainability into your institution’s business strategy.

    Co-founders of CANIE and summit organisers, Pii-Tuulia Nikula and Ailsa Lamont, say they were pleased to receive many high-quality presentation proposals on many of the sector’s hot sustainability issues.

    “A topic like digital recruitment is really big,” Nikula says. “It’s something a lot of people have been exploring, but now with all the restrictions due to COVID-19, it’s become a lot more important.”

    Read the full list of speakers.

    Nikula and Lamont say the CANIE organisation came together organically. Their membership is made up of practitioners who work in different areas of international education, but who all see the need for the sector to reduce its impact on the planet.

    “We hope this event sparks a larger conversation around sustainability,” Lamont says.

    CANIE was first launched at the 2019 New Zealand International Education Conference. Membership of CANIE is free of charge, as is registration for this year’s summit.

    Register for the 2020 CANIE Summit.

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  • Bringing Us Together – TVET in the Asia-Pacific

    The Global COVID pandemic has put skills issues and innovation on the center stage, as governments, industries, and educators alike work to upskill and reskill workforces disrupted by the pandemic and ensure strong working futures. 

    The APAC TVET Forum will bring together the necessary key groups for effective TVET: Governments, Industries, and Educators.  The Forum will offer Government to Government (G2G), Business to Business (B2B), and System-to-System content streams, then  “bring us together” for a cross-system conversation across the APAC region.   
     
    The Forum will be free to register, and held over two Fridays (5 November and Friday 12 November, 2021) across the following local times:

    • Bangkok, Thailand 09.30-14.00
    • Beijing, China 10.30-15.00
    • AEDT 13.30-18.00
    • Samoa 14.30-19.00
    • New Zealand 15.30-19.30

    We will hear from senior government officials, major companies, international agencies and organisations, and TVET sector leaders from around the APAC region. 

    The New Zealand partners include New Zealand government’s international education agency, its largest private sector vocational education consultancy, and New Zealand’s new national institution for Vocational Education and Training. 

    We look forward to welcoming colleagues from around the region for this high quality and not-to-be-missed event: stay tuned to our social media channels for call for abstracts, registration, and speaker information in the coming weeks, or visit our website: www.apactvetforum.com

  • STEM and higher education in Thailand

    More than 600 visitors, along with our eight universities, Te Pūkenga and English New Zealand, attended ENZ’s online New Zealand Higher Education Showcase in early November. Instead of only showcasing institutions, we decided this year to have a Gradvocate live session as the main feature of the event.   

    Graduate students discussed their experience of higher education in New Zealand, and enabled Thai students and parents to see how successful our alumni are.  Asia’s 2019 Breakout Musician and NZ alumni Phum Viphurit performed a mini-concert, and ENZ’s Lisa Futschek granted the 2021 Alumni Hall of Fame Award to three outstanding alumni: Dr. Chakrit Tiebtienrat, Mr. Narun Wiwattanakrai, and Ms. Wipapat Somumchan.  

    The increase in registrations and visitors for this year’s event demonstrates growing interest in New Zealand’s higher education.  There were 620 unique visitors from 1,260 registrations, an increase of 59% in visitors and 3.6% in registration numbers since last year.   

    Later in November, the Thailand team successfully launched a NZ STEM Webinar series for teachers and students from Princess Chulabhorn Science High School (PCSHS) network, which comprises 12 schools for gifted students in four regions of Thailand.  

    The five webinars were offered in partnership with the University of Otago.  Presentations on topics such as augmented reality gave gifted young students the opportunity to see some of the pathways into STEM tertiary education in New Zealand.  Dr. Khunying Kalaya Sophonpanich, Deputy Minister of Education Thailand, also spoke at one of the webinars.   

    See Otago Daily Times article: Uni webinar series showcases offerings to Thai pupils 

  • NZIEC coming soon – mark your diary now!

    It will be free to attend.

    The theme for NZIEC 2022 is Towards Recovery: Reflect, Reconnect, Renew. 

    Covid-19 has had a huge impact on the international education sector. In our first conference since 2019, we will look back at the past two years, and look forward to what we have to offer to the world.

    NZIEC 2022 will focus on the sector’s recovery journey and, as the theme suggests, encourage us to: Reflect, Reconnect and Renew.

    • Reflect – on what has been a crazy two years. An opportunity for us to share the tough stories, what we learned, how we pivoted, the good stuff we did.    
    • Reconnect – with each other and with the wider world. Be stimulated by international speakers in offshore markets and hear the latest in trends, shifts and dynamics.   
    • Renew – building back better for a stronger future. Gain inspiration and embrace innovation so we continue to ThinkNew. 

    By Reflecting, Reconnecting and Renewing, NZIEC 2022 will help our sector build Towards Recovery.

    To ensure we reach the widest possible audience at a critical time for the rebuild of the industry, NZIEC 2022 will be delivered in a virtual format, at no cost to attendees. The virtual format also enables us to connect with a wide range of international speakers and deliver sessions for specific sub-sectors that attendees can opt in or out of. Sessions will be recorded and will be available to registered attendees who cannot attend the original time of the session.   

     

    Programme highlights

    This year’s NZIEC programme takes a leaf out of the successful New Zealand Partners Workshop Week held in 2021, which connected over 3,000 attendees in sessions spread over the course of the week.

    While further details on the programme will be released in July, you can expect the following: 

    • Conference opening on Monday morning
    • Ministerial address 
    • International speakers 
    • Industry speakers 
    • Updates on global market trends and developments 
    • Market-focused sessions
    • Virtual networking opportunities
    • Government agency updates
    • Conference closing on Friday.   

     

    Keep an eye out

    Soon we’ll be launching our call for speakers. We’re keen to hear from practitioners right across the sector, so put your thinking cap on if you are interested in presenting – or suggest that a colleague does the same. Further details will be made available in the coming weeks, but if you have an idea for a session, please don’t hesitate to email us: NZIEC@enz.govt.nz 

    We are also developing a te reo Māori ingoa (Māori name) for NZIEC and look forward to sharing that with you soon.   

    Registration for NZIEC 2022 will open in July. 

     

    Format in future years  

    The decision to opt for a virtual format this year reflects feedback from our survey of previous and potential conference attendees to find out their levels of interest in attending NZIEC in person this year. While some were keen to gather in person, many more were hesitant to do so due to the cost of attending and concerns regarding Covid-19.

    Subject to Covid-19 settings, we plan to resume in-person formats for NZIEC in future years.

  • Around the world in five

    Chile 

    Māori and Mapuche concert at UAHC 

    China 

    Build a strong security line during study abroad-China Overseas Chinese Network 

    The 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and New Zealand marks a new chapter in educational cooperation 

    India 

    University Of Auckland: University Earns Double Top Ranking for Sustainability 

    University of Waikato Announces Scholarships Worth NZ$ 500K for Indian Students 

    To greener pastures? 

    Indonesia 

    New Zealand Education Minister shares tips when facing the pressures of studying abroad 

    Third Year, KIWI Challenge 2022 Entrepreneurial Competition is back 

    South Korea 

    Right time to elevate New Zealand-Korea educational partnership: minister 

    Incheon City Education Bronze Asia International Education Institute signs business agreement with New Zealand Education Promotion Agency 

    Thailand 

    Ch8 ENZ, in collaboration with nearly 50 leading New Zealand educational institutions, organized the "New Zealand Education 2022" event 

    New Zealand Education Guidance with Scholarships Free Registration 5 Nov 2022 

    United States 

    Two-thirds of colleges plan to grow efforts to reach foreign students and expand their global presence 

    University of Richmond gets ahead of International Education Week with New Zealand ‘gumboot throwing’ 

    Outbound US study abroad down 91% 

    Viet Nam 

    PM Ardern meets Prime Minister of Viet Nam for Prime Ministers’ Summit 

    More learning opportunities for students with New Zealand Schools 

    Vietnam, New Zealand Agreed to Expand Cooperation 

    Nearly 1,000 students participated in the New Zealand Education Fair 2022 

    ENZ: Connection through education 

    How has New Zealand's advanced education changed young people? 

    Things I wish I knew before studying in New Zealand 

    International 

    Agents: demand set to ‘exceed’ pre-pandemic level 

    Immigrants and international students boost exports 

    It is a wonderful time to be international students 

    Australian visa grants to Indian subcontinent students plummet 

    Survey shows growth in climate-related university courses 

    New Zealand 

    International student opens up on loneliness of studying in NZ 

  • ISANA NZ Conference 2023

    Registrations are open for the ISANA NZ 2023 conference – Growing international education: Strengthening capacity and ensuring sustainability, at AUT, on March 23 & 24. Outstanding plenary speakers and workshop presenters will be exploring key issues and sharing evidence-based strategies and tools for a sector in recovery mode.  

    Speakers include Prof Colleen Ward, who will discuss the critical importance of managing international learner expectations and Dr Dougal Sutherland who will be discussing and applying clinical insights to international learner wellbeing.  

    Workshops include presentations from the authors of the ground-breaking online Capability Toolkit developed with the support of ENZ Manapou ki te Ao. The University of NSW Health Promotions Unit will present on effective co-creation strategies for supporting learner mental health, and government agencies will provide up-to-date research reports and insights which are integral to innovative, sustainable practice. Most presentations will be highly relevant to and helpful for developing Education Code of Practice competencies. 

    Check out the conference programme and register here. The early bird registration deadline is the 17 February 2023. 

    Direct any enquiries to contact@isana.nz 

  • See you tomorrow at NZIEC KI TUA 2023!

    Key information about this year’s conference: 

    • We are delighted to announce that talented entertainer, Greg Ellis will be our MC for the Welcome Reception and Gala Dinner and award-winning broadcaster, Julian Wilcox will be our MC for the conference sessions 
    • For an updated programme, please visit our website. 

    A word from some of our sponsors 

    We are very pleased to have the following sponsors onboard. Below you will hear from three of our key sponsors.  

    Youbee College of Creative Innovation 

    Yoobee College of Creative Innovation (YCCI) is a proud partner of NZIEC KI TUA. YCCI is New Zealand’s largest specialist creative and technology college – training talented animators, filmmakers, designers, technology innovators, and game developers. 

    Established over 30 years ago, YCCI is committed to educating work and world ready graduates through a range of foundation programmes, bachelor’s and master’s degrees.  

    In consideration of this year’s theme ‘Te Ara Ki Tua | the pathway forward,’ YCCI highlights the importance of educating industry ready graduates that ‘create the future at the speed of culture.’ What does this mean? It’s about providing learners with the skills they need, now and in the future, to adapt to the ever-changing needs of technology and creative industries.  

    Reinforced in YCCI’s whitepaper Unleashing New Zealand’s Creative Economy, YCCI is delighted to support this year’s NZIEC KI TUA event focused on driving worldclass education and employment outcomes for international students.   

    International Development Programme and International English Language Testing System 

    Kia ora! IDP and IELTS are excited to attend and sponsor KI TUA 2023 in Ōtautahi Christchurch. 

    As a global leader in international education, IDP’s innovative use of digital technology, unparalleled live student data and global network of trusted local counsellors provide insight and ensure success for both our students and partners. 

    As co-owner of IELTS, the world’s most trusted English test, IDP help organisations attract the broadest range of high-quality applicants, and our test takers achieve their global goals. 
     
    By building on trusted relationships and actively connecting our community of students, institutions, sector bodies, and local education experts throughout the world, we play a vital role in nurturing a thriving future for higher education and help our customers turn their study or English goals into a launchpad for their career. 

    Drop by the IDP IELTS tea cart on the exhibition floor to say hello and learn more about how IDP can support your institution. We look forward to meeting and reconnecting with our partners and friends in New Zealand.  

    https://www.idp-connect.com/apac | https://ielts.co.nz 

    OrbitProtect  

    At OrbitProtect, we provide travel insurance for international students so they can focus on enjoying their travel and education, knowing that if something goes wrong, they can access the support they need.      

    With affordable and easy-to-understand plans which include excess-free cover for medical care, property cover, multilingual customer support and more – our international student insurance is designed to meet the needs of students, ensuring that they receive the necessary assistance and support during their time in New Zealand.  

    We know that international students face a unique set of challenges and considerations, such as navigating a new healthcare system, dealing with medical emergencies or unexpected events, all while tackling language barriers and being away from their support networks.       

    That’s why we’re excited to sponsor the 30th NZIEC KI TUA – Visit stall #4 to take our interactive Health & Travel quiz to be in to win a $500 Prezzy Card. For more information on our products, go to orbitprotect.com. 

    Look out for the NZIEC Ki Tua Experience Garden 

    This year’s expo hall is being transformed into something a little different than your average exhibition hall. We will be introducing you to the NZIEC KI TUA Experience Garden. In the garden, you will have the chance to engage and connect with some of our conference partners through a variety of ways! 

    • Join us for the NZIEC KI TUA Welcome Function on Wednesday 16 August brought to us by University of CanterburyUniversity of Canterbury International College and Lincoln University. 
    • Join The University of Auckland at the Women in International Education networking light breakfast on our first day.  
    • Thanks to the innovative minds at Streamliner, a colossal 11x3-metre big screen will bathe the atmosphere in festival-like vibes as we celebrate three decades of groundbreaking conferences.   
    • Immerse yourself in the world of the 'Flywire live illustrators,' who will breathe life into the core conference themes and explore ‘how collaboration will shape the future of global education’.   
    • Recharge your senses at the tea cart hosted by idpconnect and IELTS  
    • Savour a bold barista coffee from Student Safe 
    • Indulge your sweet tooth at Southern Cross Travel Insurance's ice cream stand.   
    • Craving an active adventure? Embark on a virtual reality journey at the VR footprint with Yoobee College of Creative Innovation 
    • Need to make a powerful first impression? Visit Host Families Linked in headshots for a professional LinkedIn profile photo that showcases your best self.
    • Take a moment to unwind in the Kiwiflora Nurseries massage relaxation corner, where a tranquil neck and shoulder massage awaits you, just take a seat in the cozy waiting room.  Kiwiflora Nurseries are partnering with NZIEC KI TUA and the Christchurch Foundation and the Tui Corridor Project to help us in our commitment to sustainability; for every delegate registration, we will plant a native tree, fostering a greener future for generations to come. 
    • And fear not, if your mobile phone is running low on power, seek refuge beneath the grand tree where a convenient Education New Zealand Manapou ki te Ao mobile charging station awaits.   
    • Enter the Orbit Protect Better Health Quiz and go head-to-head with other conference delegates to earn points in gamification.  
    • Fuel your passion for sustainable development goals (SDGs) by joining Bridget from Bead and Proceed at her activation station, where you can paint a bead symbolizing the SDG you personally commit to and engage in compelling conversations with fellow attendees.   
    • Prepare to embark on an extraordinary journey through the NZIEC KI TUA 2023 Experience Garden and unlock a world of activations and inspiration.   

    The NZIEC KI TUA 2023 Conference App brought to you by UP Education will be available for registered conference attendees to download from your friendly app store soon so keep an eye out for that update and instructions.

  • Thank you to NZIEC KI TUA Partners

    The conference was attended by 599 delegates and saw 42 sessions delivered over two days by 85 speakers, including expert panellists.

    Thanks again to our NZIEC KI TUA 2023 Partners; our Country of Honour: People’s Republic of China, CSCSE,Streamliner, Student Safe, Flywire, idpconnect, IELTS, Southern Cross Travel Insurance, Kiwiflora Nurseries, Yoobee College of Creative Innovation, Orbit Protect, Host Families, Christchurch Foundation and the Tui Corridor Project, University of Canterbury, University of Canterbury International College, Lincoln University and The University of Auckland. 

    Being the first in-person conference since 2019, connection was more important than ever and our NZIEC KI TUA 2023 exhibition hall was renamed The Experience Garden where delegates could do just that – engage, connect, and experience.  

    Delegates who visited the team at the Country of Honours Chinese Service Center for Scholarly Exchange (CSCSE) table, were able to have their name written in Chinese calligraphy and learn more about studying in China.  

    Locally made ice cream was provided by Southern Cross Travel Insurance, barista-made coffee from Student Safe and a special tea café was brought to delegates by idpconnect and IELTS. 

    Delegates also had the opportunity to experience a virtual reality journey with Yoobee College of Creative Innovation. 

     

     

    Thanks to the Kiwiflora Nurseries massage relaxation corner, delegates also got a chance to rest with a neck and shoulder massage and relax in their cosy and tranquil waiting area. Kiwiflora Nurseries partnered with NZIEC KI TUA and the Christchurch Foundation and the Tui Corridor Project to help us in our commitment to sustainability; for every delegate registration, a native tree was planted, fostering a greener future for generations to come. 

    The Host Families photography headshots activation was a hit with over 80 photos taken by the photographer. 

    The Orbit Protect Better Health Quiz provided delegates with a little downtime and a fun competition as they went head-to-head in earning points for prizes.  

    And last but not least, much appreciation goes to our partner Flywire as the Education New Zealand Manapou ki ta Ao Tamaki Makaurau Auckland office now has a new piece of artwork based on the theme of ‘How collaboration will shape the future of global education’ for their wall. 

    Thanks to all our 2023 partners in making this year’s conference a great one! 

    Check out the photo highlights reel from NZIEC KI TUA here. 

    We look forward to having you join us at Tākina in Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington on 6-8 August 2024. 

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