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BCCIE Summer Conference provides an essential platform for the growth of BC’s International Education sector. BCCIE’s annual conference brings together more than 400 participants from our province, across Canada and beyond our borders. The conference attracts senior leaders, researchers, practitioners, student service providers, administrators, government, NGOs, and students to explore these ideas with the aim of strengthening our work and taking steps towards advancing outstanding leadership in the fields of International Education in BC.

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Sunday, June 18 • 15:15 - 16:15
Drivers of the Changing Competitive Landscape in International Education

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In the context of changing communication patterns mediated by evolving technologies, this session focuses on Canada's relative global position as a destination for international students. Topics include: a statistical overview of the International Education landscape; key source-country changes through financial, demographic, and political shifts; comparative destination-country recruitment, marketing efforts and government policies; student expectations and perceptions pre- and post-departure; and student responses to images and messaging in online campaigns.

The content of this session is applicable to K-12, PSE and Language.

Speakers
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Uri Carnat

Director, Client Relations and Business Development, IDP Education Canada
Uri Carnat is responsible for overseeing IDP activity and growth in Canada, including secondary and post-secondary student-recruitment partnerships and the IDP co-owned IELTS exam. Before moving to IDP, Uri ran 12 private language centres in Canada and the US. Born in Halifax, No... Read More →


Sunday June 18, 2017 15:15 - 16:15
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