Webinars

Insider Guides’ weekly webinars aim to answer the most pressing questions surrounding the international education sector.

Insider Guides Managing Director, James Martin, along with a host of experts and industry professionals, bring together an audience from across the sector, offer an opportunity for live Q&A sessions, resource sharing and support.

Upcoming webinars:

Webinar #9: The Future of Partnerships in International EducationWednesday 10th June, 3.30pm – 4.30pm AEST
With Steve Berridge, Vice President, Future Students & International at Victoria University

Webinar #10: Disruption from a Vice Chancellor’s PerspectiveWednesday 17th June, 3.30pm – 4.30pm AEST
With Professor David Lloyd, President and Vice Chancellor of UniSA

Webinar #8: Where will international students come from?

Wednesday 3rd June: Our eighth webinar brought together James, Rob and John Molony, Pro Vice-Chancellor (International) at Deakin University, to discuss the changing world of international student recruitment, mobility and engagement in this uncertain time.

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Webinar #7: The future of cities in international education

Wednesday 27th May: In our seventh webinar, James and Rob were joined by Karyn Kent, Chief Executive of StudyAdelaide, to focus a discussion on the future of cities and the role they play in shaping the international education experience.

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Webinar #6: The international student voice of COVID-19 in Australia

Wednesday 13th May: In our sixth webinar, Insider Guides’ James Martin spoke to Ahmed Ademoglu, nursing student at Curtin University, StudyPerth board member, and the National President of the Council of International Students of Australia (CISA).

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Webinar #5: The future of international education, in conversation with Rob Lawrence

Wednesday 29th April: In Insider Guide’s fifth webinar, James Martin is joined by Rob Lawrence, Principal of Prospect Research & Marketing, and one of Australia’s leading international education researchers and marketers, to discuss the future of international education, touching on points such as how the sector will re-emerge, whether degrees will still have value, and how Australia will be viewed as an education destination in the future.

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Webinar #4: How the international education sector moves through COVID-19

Wednesday 15th April: The fourth webinar in our weekly series brought together two experts and passionate advocates in the international student sector;  The Hon Phil Honeywood, CEO of the International Education Association of Australia (IEAA), and Gary Lee, International Education Project Coordinator at the City of Melbourne.

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Webinar #3: The wellbeing of international students during COVID-19

Wednesday 8th April: The third webinar from Insider Guides brought together Jenna Weber, Head of Operations at Scape, and Robert Chasse, National Partnerships Manager, Education, at Sonder, to discuss the wellbeing of international students during COVID-19.

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Webinar #2: How are universities and study bodies responding to COVID-19?

Wednesday 1st April: The second of Insider Guides’ webinars assembled Tom Gifford, Assistant Director of International Recruitment at RMIT University, and Peter Mackey, Director of International Trade at Study NSW, to discuss and evaluate how universities and study bodies are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Webinar #1: What will COVID-19 do to the international education sector?

Wednesday 25th March: The first in a series of webinars hosted by Insider Guides over the coming weeks brought together Rebecca Hall, Senior Industry Specialist International Education at Austrade, and Aleksandr Voninski, Partner at Edified, to discuss the international education sector and the impacts of COVID-19.

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