Finally, it's time to get excited and look with confidence at the opportunities before Australia's international education sector!

International borders are reopening and students from overseas will once again be able to study with independent higher education and vocational training providers. The ITECA International Education Week will introduce the key stakeholders, campaigns and projects that will reenergise Australia’s international education sector.  It will be held over 1-4 February 2022 via videoconference.

Brought to you by the Independent Tertiary Education Council Australia (ITECA), this event is all about empowering independent higher education and vocational training providers with the information to take advantage of the opportunities that lay head in the international education sector.


Key Discussions  ―
ITECA International Education Week


■  An introduction to each study hub and key contacts in each organisation.
■  How each of the study hubs directly supports independent higher education and vocational training providers.
■  The overseas student markets targeted by each state and territory government.
■  Introduction to the campaigns and projects to support international education providers.
■  How to get involved at a local level to support the expansion of your international education offering.

The ITECA International Education Week will allow you to hear from the following key stakeholders working to support independent higher education and vocational training providers at a local level.


The Program ―
ITECA International Education Week


■  New South Wales Outlook  ::  Study NSW
.. .Tuesday, 1 February 2022 – 10AM AEDT
.. .[Register Online]

■  South Australian Outlook  ::  Study Adelaide
.. .Tuesday 1 February 2022 – 4:00PM AEDT / 3:30PM ACDT
.. .[Register Online]

■  Queensland Outlook  ::  Study Queensland
.. .Wednesday, 2 February 2022 – 10:00AM AEDT / 9:00AM AEST
.. .[Register Online]

■  Western Australian Outlook  ::  Study Perth
.. .Wednesday. 2 February 2022 – 4:00PM AEDT / 1:00PM AWST
.. .[Register Online]

■  Northern Territory Outlook  ::  Study NT
.. .Thursday, 3 February 2022 – 10:00AM AEDT / 8:30AM ACST
.. .[Register Online]

■  Victorian Outlook  ::  Study Melbourne
.. .Thursday, 3 February 2022 – 4:00PM AEDT
.. .[Register Online]

■  The National Agenda  ::  ITECA & Australian Government
.. .Friday, 4 February 2022 – 3:30PM AEDT
.. .[Register Online]

 "International borders are reopening and overseas students will once again be able to come to Australia. This event will help position your organisation for growth
in this environment"
Troy Williams
ITECA Chief Executive

 "This event is all about empowering you with the 
information to take advantage of the opportunities
that will exist in the international education sector"
Mel Koumides
ITECA International Education Committee Chair

Don’t miss the opportunity at the ITECA International Education Week to empower your team with the information to take advantage of the many opportunities associated with the return of international students in 2022!


Register Today ―
ITECA International Education Week


■ ITECA Members  —  Free
■ Non-members  —  $68.60PP

[Register Online]
[Register Online]

ITECA is the peak body representing independent providers in the higher education, vocational education, training and skills sectors. The ITECA International Education Week is one of the many member benefits to empower independent tertiary education providers which support international students.

If you have any questions concerning this event simply send and email to [email protected] or call 1300 421 017.

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