You can download the presentation files from our 2017 conference sessions by clicking on the drop-down menu below. Please note, only presentations that we have been given permission to share are available. The full 2017 conference schedule can be found here.

Sunday, June 18 – 2 p.m. concurrent sessions

Education Governance Models

The Future of Now: Canada at the Crossroads

Things we should be talking about in International Education

Sunday, June 18 – 3:15 p.m. concurrent sessions

Marketing to Millenials – Best Practise for Online Student Recruitment

Media and International Education

Meeting the needs of international students through unique service offerings

Monday, June 19 – 2:00 p.m. concurrent sessions

BREXIT and International Education

Creating a sustainable initiative for institutional interculturalization

Pro-D in China: Exchange Notes

Monday, June 19 – 3:15 p.m. concurrent sessions

British Columbia: Ahead or behind the global competition curve?

Express Entry and BC PNP: What you need to know

Institutional Transformation Through International Development Projects – Roundtable

Utilizing Co-op programs – Sending your best advocates abroad

Tuesday, June 20 – 1:30 p.m. concurrent sessions

BCCIE Update

Disrupting Language Learning Through a New Mode of Program Delivery

International Student Orientations: technology, partnerships and Canadian student participation

Sector-based approaches to recruitment in a globaly competitive landscape

Tuesday, June 20 – 3:00 p.m. concurrent sessions

How everyone in BC is being ranked: The meaning and impact of K-12 to research rankings explained

Social media and its impact on student communications and outreach

Taking the Pulse on Intercultural Learning: What are the opportunities?

When Ecosystems Align: Education, Technology and Acceleration

Thought Leader Dialogues, Special Presentations, Government Update

Thought Leader Dialogue II: Technology and Education – Trends, Influences and Disruption

Keynote: How the internet is breaking democracy and what we should do now

International Education Priorities in BC: A Virtually Interactive Panel

Federal Update