IUNC North America is organized with the aim of connecting top-notch educators from all over the world, particularly from Latin America, Europe, Asia who would like to establish cooperation with universities and colleges from USA & Canada. On February 11-13, 2015 universities, colleges, languages schools and educational service providers from around the globe will gather in Washington D.C., the USA, to enjoy 2 days of practical insight into global HE and networking with like-minded professionals.
The US and Canada are well-known for their international engagement and continue to be global magnets for international students which gives their European and Asian peers a wide range of cooperation opportunities.
The extensive workshop programme of the conference offers in-depth insight into global HE and will help you keep abreast of the latest international education trends.
Inspired by the best practices in international networking we are offering you a state-of-the-art meeting e-scheduler for making appointments with suitable parties quickly and efficiently.
Participation in IUNC North America will help you to establish closer ties with universities worldwide, enhance the quality and reputation of your universities and colleges, build enrollment capacity for native students, integrate international perspectives into the activities and learning of students and faculty, create a stronger set of support services for international students and broaden the opportunity for international collaborations.
For a number of years IUNC has enjoyed popularity among educators from BRICS, CIS and other European countries and has been recognized as one of the best networking conferences for establishing university partnerships.
The Conference program includes:
- Open sessions and seminars on various topics about:
trends of international education and latest HE analytics
effective ways of cooperation between universities
state scholarship programs.
- Prescheduled meetings with universities.
- Campus tour to prospective partner universities.
- Networking activities.
The participants will find the following avenues for cooperation at the Conference:
Academic exchange of students.
Creating joint educational programs.
Exchange of educational products.
Joint grant applications.