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AIEC Program Committee's top picks for this year's program

Dear Guest,

We’re halfway through the Call for Proposals period and there’s been a great response from the AIEC community. Everyone is excited to meet in Adelaide/Tartanya to discuss this year’s theme ‘international education: visionary and transformative’ which focuses on the role that innovation plays in transforming the experiences of our students and the communities in which they live, work and study. Our sector is stronger when we encompass all voices. Ensure your voice is heard, share your expertise and build your profile in international education by submitting a proposal to present at AIEC 2023.

Don’t forget - the submissions portal closes 10 March at 5pm AEDT/UTC+11 – don’t miss your chance to share your expertise. 

- Team AIEC


Hot topics to feature in this year's program


Earlier this month, the Program Committee met to discuss priorities and hot topics to include in this year's program. Cost of living, advancements in AI and machine learning, intercultural competence, sustainability, the future of work, staff resourcing, retention and data, data data … was top of mind for everyone, but a few other themes emerged during the planning workshop, and have been outlined here in our 'suggested topics' for AIEC 2023. 

If you don’t know where to start, we encourage you to browse the list that the Program Committee has curated, and align the topic of your proposal to one of these 'hot topics'. Please remember this is just a guide, so all ideas are welcome!


Tips and tricks to make your proposal stand out


Another great place to start is by watching the info session "How to submit a successful proposal at AIEC".

Have you submitted a proposal before but have been unsuccessful? Do you want to know more about the different session formats available? Do you know what the most common reasons for rejection are?

If you missed the session, or wanted to watch again, you can find the recording on the AIEC website now.





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