24 May 2017 at 12:00 am
Your chance to "Connect" with ENZ 2017
New Zealand education institutions are warmly invited to attend Connect, a series of seminars led by ENZ from 19-28 June 2017.
ENZ Chief Executive Grant McPherson and General Manager Industry Development, Greg Scott will lead each session, visiting seven New Zealand cities next month to bring the international education conversation to industry professionals.
Greg says Connect is a great opportunity for providers to hear about current developments in international education and to learn about ENZ’s strategic direction, developments and how to utilise these in their own organisations.
“Most importantly, it’s a chance for providers to tell us what’s important to them and how we can better support their future growth.
“We’re aiming to have the seminars be as interactive as possible, using the collective insights and experience of everyone in the room to address challenges and consider how best to make the most of developments and opportunities.”
Greg encourages all institutions to register for their local Connect seminar, and recommends coming prepared with top-of-mind questions to discuss in order to get the most out of the day.
|Monday 19 June 2017||Wellington||Te Wharewaka o Poneke||0900 – 1130|
|Tuesday 20 June 2017||Hamilton||Claudelands Arena||0900 – 1130|
|Tuesday 20 June 2017||Tauranga||Trinity Wharf||1400 – 1630|
|Friday 23 June 2017||Takapuna||Bruce Mason Centre||0930 – 1200|
|Monday 26 June 2017||Dunedin||Dunedin Public Art Gallery||1100 – 1330|
|Tuesday 27 June 2017||Christchurch||TAIT||0930 – 1200|
|Wednesday 28 June 2017||Auckland||Cliftons||0900 – 1130|
|Wednesday 28 June 2017||Auckland||Cliftons||1300 – 1530|
UPDATE: The Christchurch event was previously advertised as 22 June, but has been rescheduled to 27 June
Light refreshments will be served.
Please note: This event is for representatives from New Zealand education institutions only.
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