Admissions & Compliance

The Admissions & Compliance Special Interest Group (SIG) aims to provide support, professional development and networking opportunities for IEAA members and other interested professionals who work, or have an interest, in international admissions and/or international compliance within educational institutions.

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Internationalisation of the Curriculum

The Internationalisation of the Curriculum (IoC) SIG aims to increase understanding of the curriculum implications for staff and students in an increasingly global society. It has members from around Australia, representing schools, TAFE colleges, private colleges and universities.

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Marketing, Recruitment & Communication

Marketing, communication and recruitment practices are constantly evolving in international education. This SIG provides a valuable forum to disseminate relevant information, discuss issues impacting the industry, and participate in professional development workshops specific to marketing and recruitment.

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Pathways

The Pathways SIG provides a national forum for international pathway providers. It provides a forum to share best practice in academic and cultural preparation; standardisation of data collection and student tracking; and working with regulators to achieve consistent application of course accreditation standards.

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Sponsored Students

Sponsors and sponsored students play an important role in the international education sector. Effective management of the relevant relationships is crucial to the success of these specialised student cohorts. The Sponsored Students SIG provides a network for sharing ideas and developing the skills of international education practitioners who work with sponsors and sponsored students.

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Student Mobility

The Student Mobility SIG is Australia’s leading forum for all things related to student mobility. Among other events, it facilitates the annual Outbound Mobility Forum and Exchange Fair Circuit, which provides an opportunity for partner institutions from around the world to visit their Australian partners.

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Transnational Education

The global demand for transnational education (TNE) is growing at an unprecedented rate. The TNE SIG provides a forum to exchange views and ideas about TNE strategy, policy and practice – including compliance with Australian and host country legal requirements – and encourages sector-wide participation.

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