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IEAA Scholarships and Fellowships Forum 2024

Spotlight on Scholarships, Focus on Fellowships
22 May 2024 - 23 May 2024, Bruce
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IEAA's Scholarships and Fellowships Network provides a platform for sharing ideas and developing the specialised skills of international education practitioners whose work involves sponsored students and fellowship recipients, and their sponsors.
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The IEAA Scholarships and Fellowships Forum is an opportunity to connect (or reconnect) with government sponsors, practitioners at institutions and other organisations, as well hear from our key stakeholders – awardees.

We will hear from various sponsors of both scholarship and fellowship programs on Day 1, covering both in-coming and out-going programs, those funded by the Australian government, institutions and other organisations, as well as programs funded by overseas sponsors. 

The importance of hearing the awardee perspective is well understood by those in the international education sector. This year, there will be two student/alumni panels – one focused on fellowship recipients, with the other covering scholarship programs.
Following the formal program on Day 1, there will be opportunities to continue the conversation with panelists and colleagues alike over networking drinks. Co-hosting networking drinks will be the ACT Young Professionals and involve an author event with Dr Anna Kent, where she will discuss her new book on scholarships in the Pacific. 

Day 2 will reflect on the messages from Day 1 considering the voices of sponsors, students, alumni, and institutions, as well as a series of interactive best practice sessions. Some of the topics to be covered include:

Supporting students from countries experiencing conflict
Role of scholarships in driving and supporting the diversification agenda
Role of fellowships in capacity building and developing future professional and/or research collaborations
Institutional best practice
Recent research
Examples of real world impact

Program

Wednesday 22 May 12:00pm - 7:00pm AEST

12:00pm  Networking Lunch
12:30pm Opening comments 
Hon Phil Honeywood, Alison White, Tatjana Kroll, Johan Arnberg
12:45pm Focus on Fellowships Part 1 – Fellowship Sponsors
Rhona McPhee, Kate Turner-Mann, Dr Jonathan Lembright, Sally Campbell, Dr Jessica Gallagher, Alison White (Chair)
1:30pm  Spotlight on Scholarships Part 1– Australian Sponsors
Rhona McPhee, Frances Crews, Sankalp Sheikar, Alexander Meekin, Johan Arnberg (Chair)
2:15pm  Spotlight on Scholarships Part 2 – Overseas sponsors 
Dang Thuy Chi, Mohammad Khairul Amilin Tengah, Dr Farah Fahma, Mario Corredor, Tatjana Kroll (Chair)
3:00pm  Afternoon tea 
3:20pm  Scholarship student/alumni panel
Thanh Huyen Nguyen, Hameed Ibrahimi, Amina Garuba Ahmed, Alison White (Chair)
4:05pm Fellowship recipient panel
Yara Vasina, Dr Nanda Kumar, Dr Ana Cordova, Dr Elly Kent, Manita Raut, Dr Joanne Barker (Chair)
4:50pm Close
Tatjana Kroll, Johan Arnberg
5:00pm Joint ACT Young Professionals Networking Event
Dr Anna Kent

 

Thursday 23 May 9:30am - 3:15pm AEST

9:30am  Opening and reflections of Day 1
Tatjana Kroll, Johan Arnberg
10:15am Best practice – supporting students from countries experiencing conflict
Dr Sally Baker, Tatia Pittham, Clare Muller, Sandra Elhelw,  Johan Arnberg (Chair)
11:30am  Morning Tea 
11:45am  Role of scholarships in driving the diversification agenda
Wendy Holdenson, Hayley Winchcombe, Dr Alek Voninski, James Armit, Trevor Goddard, Alison White (Chair)
12:45pm Erasmus+ opportunities for collaboration with European Union higher education institutions
Elizabeth Lee-Finkelstein   
1:00pm  Lunch 
1:45pm  Sponsor showcase – Tetra Tech International Development
Dr Gabi Sudewo, Dr Gretchen Dobson, Lia Marpaung, Nelson Salangsang (Chair)
2:30pm Best practice – Role of Fellowships: managing them well will enhance capacity building and future professional and/or research collaborations
Jo Doyle, Kanchana Wijayawardena, Dr Anna Kent, Tatjana Kroll (Chair) 
3:15pm

Close
Alison White

 

Audience

IEAA’s Scholarships and Fellowships Forum provides a unique opportunity for government representatives, sponsorship bodies and institutional staff to come together and explore a range of issues and opportunities. This forum will be useful for:

Professional staff in institutions who work with sponsored students.
Senior staff within institutions who work directly with sponsors and/or set policies or budgets for international scholarships.
Government sponsors (embassy staff, cultural attaches, departmental staff, secretariats).
Non-government and private sponsorship organisations.
Academics undertaking research in scholarships, public diplomacy and international development.

Outcomes

Forum participants will come away with a better understanding of:

• Scholarship and fellowship programs from Australia and other countries, including both government and non-government sponsors
• Best practice in cohort-specific support for a diverse range of sponsored students and fellowship recipients
• Role of scholarships in supporting the diversification of international education
• Role of fellowships in capacity building and professional/research collaborations

Forum participants will also have the opportunity to make connections with representatives from government and non-government scholarship and fellowship programs, and network with fellow professionals committed to providing students and sponsors with best practice support. 

Accommodation discounts


There are discounts available at hotels within walking distance to the venue, please see instructions below.

Abode Apartment Hotels - Belconnen, 3 Grazier Lane & Gungahlin Cnr Gribble St & Anthony Rolfle Ave
•10% off online rate
•Visit abodehotels.com.au
•Select Belconnen ‘Book Now’ OR Gungahlin ‘Book Now’
•Enter dates of stay
•Enter UCX24 in the promo code section to apply the discount

Mercure Canberra Belconnen – Chandler Street Belconnen
•10% off the rate of the day
CLICK TO BOOK LINK
•Enter ‘Mercure Canberra Belconnen’ into Place field
•Enter dates of stay
•Business Code (SC750018616) and Access Code (UN734AU314) are auto filled discount is linked to Company Name: University of Canberra.

 


This event is led by IEAA’s Scholarships and Fellowships Network.

We thank our event sponsors Tetra Tech International Development

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22 May 2024 - 23 May 2024
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Dr Aleksandr Voninski, IEAA-F

Head of External Relations (APAC)
IDP Education

Alek has worked across the Australian international education sector for over 20 years. He was most recently the Director of Client Relations (Australasia) for ETS TOEFL and in parallel was Senior Partner at Edified, an Australian based international education sector strategic consulting firm. Alek has also held a variety of senior positions at UNSW, with most of his decade-long tenure there as Executive Director (International), where he led the international student recruitment, marketing and compliance teams. He also has experience working for both UTS and CSU student administration teams. Alek is a member of the IEAA Research Committee, an IEAA Fellow (IEAA-F), and has been a member of various education sector advisory boards. He holds a Doctor of Education from the University of Southern California (USC) and is a graduate of the University of Sydney Law School.

Ana Cordova

Visiting Fellow
Australian National University (ANU)

Ana Cordova is a Visiting Fellow at ANU

Dr Anna Kent, IEAA-SF

Researcher
Deakin University

Anna is a historian and international education expert with extensive research and project management experience in an International Development and education context. She also works as a sessional academic, teaching history. Her first book, Mandates and Missteps, was published by ANU Press in 2024. Her research interests include international education, international development, foreign policy and their intersections. Anna has a PhD from Deakin University. Her thesis was awarded the Outstanding Postgraduate Thesis Award in the 2022 IEAA Excellence Awards. Anna is a Senior Fellow of the International Education Association of Australia (IEAA) and was the inaugural convener of the IEAA Scholarships and Fellowships Network.

Dang Thuy Chi

First Secretary, Education Office
Embassy of Vietnam in Australia

Ms Dang Thuy Chi is has been involving in the field of education for 30 years. She is currently the first secretary for education, the Embassy of Vietnam in Australia. Before starting her term at the Embassy, she had been Australian and New Zealand Desk Officer at International Cooperation Department, Ministry of Education and Training Vietnam. Besides bilateral cooperation with Australia and New Zealand, Ms Chi had been managing multi-lateral education cooperation within APEC region.

Dr Ellen Kent

Lecturer, School of Culture, History and Language, College of Asia & the Pacific
Australian National University (ANU)

Dr Elly Kent is a lecturer in the School of Culture, History and Language, College of Asia & the Pacific, at the Australian National University. Her recent publications include Artists and the People: Ideologies of Art in Indonesia (NUS Press, 2022) and the co-edited book Living Art: Indonesian Artists Engage Politics, Society and History (ANU Press, 2022). In 2012 Elly was awarded an Endeavour Prime Minister’s Australia-Asia Postgraduate Award (outgoing) and spent 2 years living in Indonesia with her young family while conducting field work.

Dr Jessica Gallagher

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (External Engagement)
University of Adelaide

Professor Jessica Gallagher joined the University of Adelaide as Deputy Vice-Chancellor (External Engagement) in November 2021. She is responsible for overseeing a diverse engagement portfolio with a focus is on contributing to the growth and sustainability of the University through leadership of strategic partnerships, recruitment, community outreach and internationalisation initiatives. She leads the strategy and delivery of the University’s key services in advancement, alumni and community relations, media, corporate relations and communications, marketing and student recruitment, as well as global engagement and partnerships. Prior to joining the University of Adelaide, Jessica held the position Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Global Engagement & Entrepreneurship) at The University of Queensland (UQ) where she established and executed innovative global strategies that fostered high performing partnerships across sectors and geographies. She also led the development of the University’s first Entrepreneurship Strategy and oversee the establishment of a suite of collaborative programs within the UQ Ventures umbrella.

Dr Jonathan Lembright

Regional Director Higher Education
Institute of International Education

Jonathan serves as a Regional Director for IIE based in Bangkok, Thailand. In this role he is responsible for leading engagement with governments, corporations, universities, and nonprofits throughout Asia Pacific. This includes administering scholarships, English language initiatives, student mobility, partnership facilitation, and capacity building with stakeholders and institutions in their efforts to engage better globally. This work takes place in a diverse network of countries, including Australia, Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor-Leste, and Vietnam.

Gretchen Dobson

Associate Director, Scholarships
Tetra Tech International Development

Gretchen Dobson is a global engagement strategist, author and academic with 30 years’ experience working across six continents. In 2022, she joined Tetra Tech International Development as Associate Director, Scholarships focusing on advancing professional development and lifelong learning initiatives for alumni across the Indo-Pacific and Southeast Asia in addition to targeted on-award initiatives to provide foundational support to enrich scholars’ academic and professional experiences while remaining mindful of personal wellbeing. Over her career Gretchen has advised clients and policymakers on digital and creative strategies and solutions that enable educational institutions, companies, NGOs, and governments to identify, track, engage, and manage relationships with their global stakeholders and brand ambassadors.

Hayley Winchcombe

Associate
Mandala Partners

Ms Winchcombe works as a consultant at the intersection of economics, data and policy for the Australian startup Mandala. Her areas of focus include the evolution of technology, evidence-backed policy design and realising sustainability targets. Ms Winchcombe has a deep background in promoting Australia-ASEAN relations as the Co-Founder and outgoing Chair of the ASEAN-Australia Strategic Youth Partnership where she served for five years. Ms Winchcombe was the inaugural New Colombo Plan ASEAN Fellow and studied in Singapore and Indonesia. Her academic research focused on the labour migration development nexus in low-wage labour migration in Southeast Asia. She has previously spent time with various organisations across Southeast Asia, including the ASEAN Foundation, AustCham ASEAN and published multiple articles on Southeast Asia with the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute. In a voluntary capacity, Ms Winchcombe serves as Board Treasurer of a social justice focused Australian cooperative. Previously she was on the teaching staff for the University of Western Australia Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) core unit Global Challenges, Research and Leadership. Ms Winchcombe was a Fogarty Scholar graduating with a Bachelor of Philosophy (First Class Honours) from the University of Western Australia.

James Armit

Director Future Students
University of Canberra

James Armit is Director Future Students at UC, a senior leadership role with accountability for domestic and international student recruitment and admissions. A seasoned tertiary education leader, James draws on prior experience as a Faculty Manager, Student Services Lead, and Head of Student Admin, to bring a system-thinking approach to recruitment and admissions practices. Passionate about equity and access, he seeks to inspire colleagues to rethink conventional recruitment approaches, reducing barriers to participation and supporting student retention and success.

Jo Doyle, IEAA-AF

Research Fellow
Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)

Jo is a Research Fellow in the Tertiary and Professional Education program at the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER). She has over 25 years’ experience working in the tertiary sector and her research expertise includes international development scholarships and fellowships, and graduate outcomes. Jo is the former Deputy Facility Manager of the Australia Awards Global Tracer Facility (GTF), a research initiative which ran from 2016 to 2024, which investigated the long-term outcomes of the Australian Government’s investment in development scholarships and fellowships since the 1950’s. As part of the GTF’s qualitative research, Jo has collected countless insights into the impact of scholarships and fellowships on alumni, their organisations, and communities. She is particularly interested the effectiveness of fellowships as a mechanism to build rapid capacity of targeted groups within organisations or across sectors and has co-authored 4 GTF case studies focusing on the long-term impact of Australia Awards fellowships. Jo is a frequent contributor to the Scholarship and Fellowship Network and is an Associate Fellow of IEAA. She has contributed to several IEAA resources, including authoring the ‘2015 IEAA International Employability Guide for International Students’.

Kate Turner-Mann

Director - Capacity Development
Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR)

Kate Turner-Mann is a capability development specialist with over 12 years’ experience delivering programs grounded in adult learning principles across the Indo Pacific region. As the Director of Capacity Development at the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), Kate overseas the capacity development program, spanning scholarships, research projects and leadership development programs that support ACIAR’s strategic objectives and contribute to more effective and sustainable research for development outcomes in partner countries. Prior to ACIAR, Kate worked extensively in the not for profit sector, in human rights and animal welfare, driving strategies to strengthen operational effectiveness for member organisations to respond to emerging challenges in their countries.

Manita Raut

PhD Candidate
Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU

I am a Ph.D. candidate at the Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University, and a proud recipient of the prestigious John Allwright Fellowship from the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR). My doctoral research, titled "Irrigation Technology Adoption: Water Use and Practices by Marginal and Tenant Farmers in Nepal," examines the relationship between technology, water and smallholder farming. With over five years of professional experience at the International Water Management Institute, I specialize in water resource management and governance. I am passionately dedicated to advancing gender-responsive and socially inclusive strategies within agricultural water governance. My recent publication is titled Gender and social inclusion in community water resource management: lessons from two districts in the Himalayan foothills and the Terai in Nepal.

Rhona McPhee

Director, Global Education and Scholarships
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)

Prior to commencing her current role as the Director of the Global Education and Scholarships Section in late 2022, Ms McPhee has had a career of more than 15 years working with Department on Pacific Islands foreign policy and development. She was most recently Director Micronesia, expanding Australia’s diplomatic network across the north Pacific (2019-2022) and coordinating Australia’s COVID-response across this network of six small island states. Prior to that, Ms McPhee was Australia’s Deputy High Commissioner for Tonga, where she headed up Australia’s development program (2017-2019). She also led DFAT’s portfolio of Pacific climate change work (2014-17). Prior to that she worked on bilateral relations between Australia and Melanesian partners – on forestry and climate change in Papua New Guinea, a posting at Australia’s diplomatic mission in Honiara Solomon Islands, law and justice and health partnerships in Vanuatu. Ms McPhee holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Environmental Science with Honours from The University of Queensland and a Master of Forestry from the Australian National University. She began her career as an environmental scientist working on water quality, river health, and marine environments and transitioned to the development sector by working as Australian volunteer with the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Program (SPREP), in the Federated States of Micronesia.

Sandra Elhelw

CEO
Settlement Council of Australia

Sandra is the CEO of the Settlement Council of Australia, the peak body representing Australia’s migrant and refugee services. The Council has over 125 member organisations that work with migrants and refugees to build a new life in Australia. In her current role, she leads the sector in building an inclusive society where migrants and refugees belong and thrive. Prior to joining SCOA, Sandra has had roles working in government, and frontline social services. She is also undertaking a PhD on domestic and family violence in Australian Muslim communities.

Tatia Pittham

Head of International Health & Education
Allianz Care Australia

Tatia boasts over a decade of experience within the private health insurance and financial services sectors, most recently being appointed as the Head of International Health & Education at Allianz Partners in August 2023. Tatia's professional journey took root at Bupa, where she spent eight years serving in senior management roles, including Head of International Partnerships. Her career at Bupa was marked by notable achievements, most notably her pivotal role in expanding the company's reach into international markets across Asia. During her time there, Tatia was instrumental in pioneering cross-border arrangements that contributed to the organization's profitable growth within the international student and visitor customer segments. Her strategic acumen and innovative thinking helped Bupa adapt to the evolving needs of a diverse customer base.

Thanh Huyen Nguyen

Masters Student, International and Development Economics
Australian National University (ANU)

Thanh Huyen Nguyen is a final year master’s student in International and Development Economics at the Australian National University, and a recipient of the Australia Awards Scholarship. Originally from Vietnam, Huyen is a dedicated researcher for a government economics institution under the Ministry of Planning and Investment of Vietnam where she acts as a policy consultant at both local level and national level. With a passion for economic development and a commitment to make significant contributions to her home country, Huyen has pursued advanced studies in Australia to enhance professional skills and knowledge in the field as well as to enrich the academic network from many countries. Throughout the international studying journey, Huyen believes that these experiences will be invaluable assets to promote international students’ career upon the return to their home country.

Trevor Goddard, IEAA-SF

Principal & Executive Director
Goddard & Associates Pty Ltd

Trevor advises government, industry and education providers on the design of education and diplomacy initiatives. He is an Honorary Fellow at Deakin University. Through a WHO appointment he built a learning abroad program receiving an Australian Learning and Teaching Council Award. Trevor is a Non-Executive Director of the ASEAN-Australia Strategic Youth Partnership and has a Masters in International Studies. Previously appointed to the DFAT New Colombo Plan Reference Group he continues to work with global scholarship providers. Trevor has served on the Board of the International Education Association of Australia and as a Principal Adviser with Asialink Business. His work elevates the impact of scholarship programs for individuals, funders and communities, with a focus on industry engagement across the Indo-Pacific.

Yara Vasina

Deputy Director International Partnerships
University of Auckland

A former management consultant and economist by training, Yara Vasina has been working in the international education industry since 2014, developing strategies and leading teams in business and partnership development, student recruitment, global mobility, marketing, and policy. She has obtained extensive professional and academic experience in leading Australian universities and state government. A passionate supporter of the personal and professional growth achieved by learning abroad, Yara's work has a strong focus on equity, social justice, and inclusion of diverse cohorts of students in these experiences. In 2020 she pivoted inaugural virtual global programs in Australia and as a result was awarded a prestigious Churchill Fellowship to expand her knowledge in this area. A recipient of numerous scholarships and fellowships and a regular speaker at international conferences, Yara has been an active contributor to the industry by serving as a board member, industry volunteer and students’ mentor.

 

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IEAA Scholarships and Fellowships Forum 2024

IEAA's Scholarships and Fellowships Network provides a platform for sharing ideas and developing the specialised skills of international education practitioners whose work involves sponsored students and fellowship recipients, and their sponsors.

The IEAA Scholarships and Fellowships Forum is an opportunity to connect (or reconnect) with government sponsors, practitioners at institutions and other organisations, as well hear from our key stakeholders – awardees.

We will hear from various sponsors of both scholarship and fellowship programs on Day 1, covering both in-coming and out-going programs, those funded by the Australian government, institutions and other organisations, as well as programs funded by overseas sponsors. 

The importance of hearing the awardee perspective is well understood by those in the international education sector. This year, there will be two student/alumni panels – one focused on fellowship recipients, with the other covering scholarship programs.
Following the formal program on Day 1, there will be opportunities to continue the conversation with panelists and colleagues alike over networking drinks. Co-hosting networking drinks will be the ACT Young Professionals and involve an author event with Dr Anna Kent, where she will discuss her new book on scholarships in the Pacific. 

Day 2 will reflect on the messages from Day 1 considering the voices of sponsors, students, alumni, and institutions, as well as a series of interactive best practice sessions. Some of the topics to be covered include:

Supporting students from countries experiencing conflict
Role of scholarships in driving and supporting the diversification agenda
Role of fellowships in capacity building and developing future professional and/or research collaborations
Institutional best practice
Recent research
Examples of real world impact

Program

Wednesday 22 May 12:00pm - 7:00pm AEST

12:00pm  Networking Lunch
12:30pm Opening comments 
Hon Phil Honeywood, Alison White, Tatjana Kroll, Johan Arnberg
12:45pm Focus on Fellowships Part 1 – Fellowship Sponsors
Rhona McPhee, Kate Turner-Mann, Dr Jonathan Lembright, Sally Campbell, Dr Jessica Gallagher, Alison White (Chair)
1:30pm  Spotlight on Scholarships Part 1– Australian Sponsors
Rhona McPhee, Frances Crews, Sankalp Sheikar, Alexander Meekin, Johan Arnberg (Chair)
2:15pm  Spotlight on Scholarships Part 2 – Overseas sponsors 
Dang Thuy Chi, Mohammad Khairul Amilin Tengah, Dr Farah Fahma, Mario Corredor, Tatjana Kroll (Chair)
3:00pm  Afternoon tea 
3:20pm  Scholarship student/alumni panel
Thanh Huyen Nguyen, Hameed Ibrahimi, Amina Garuba Ahmed, Alison White (Chair)
4:05pm Fellowship recipient panel
Yara Vasina, Dr Nanda Kumar, Dr Ana Cordova, Dr Elly Kent, Manita Raut, Dr Joanne Barker (Chair)
4:50pm Close
Tatjana Kroll, Johan Arnberg
5:00pm Joint ACT Young Professionals Networking Event
Dr Anna Kent

 

Thursday 23 May 9:30am - 3:15pm AEST

9:30am  Opening and reflections of Day 1
Tatjana Kroll, Johan Arnberg
10:15am Best practice – supporting students from countries experiencing conflict
Dr Sally Baker, Tatia Pittham, Clare Muller, Sandra Elhelw,  Johan Arnberg (Chair)
11:30am  Morning Tea 
11:45am  Role of scholarships in driving the diversification agenda
Wendy Holdenson, Hayley Winchcombe, Dr Alek Voninski, James Armit, Trevor Goddard, Alison White (Chair)
12:45pm Erasmus+ opportunities for collaboration with European Union higher education institutions
Elizabeth Lee-Finkelstein   
1:00pm  Lunch 
1:45pm  Sponsor showcase – Tetra Tech International Development
Dr Gabi Sudewo, Dr Gretchen Dobson, Lia Marpaung, Nelson Salangsang (Chair)
2:30pm Best practice – Role of Fellowships: managing them well will enhance capacity building and future professional and/or research collaborations
Jo Doyle, Kanchana Wijayawardena, Dr Anna Kent, Tatjana Kroll (Chair) 
3:15pm

Close
Alison White

 

Audience

IEAA’s Scholarships and Fellowships Forum provides a unique opportunity for government representatives, sponsorship bodies and institutional staff to come together and explore a range of issues and opportunities. This forum will be useful for:

Professional staff in institutions who work with sponsored students.
Senior staff within institutions who work directly with sponsors and/or set policies or budgets for international scholarships.
Government sponsors (embassy staff, cultural attaches, departmental staff, secretariats).
Non-government and private sponsorship organisations.
Academics undertaking research in scholarships, public diplomacy and international development.

Outcomes

Forum participants will come away with a better understanding of:

• Scholarship and fellowship programs from Australia and other countries, including both government and non-government sponsors
• Best practice in cohort-specific support for a diverse range of sponsored students and fellowship recipients
• Role of scholarships in supporting the diversification of international education
• Role of fellowships in capacity building and professional/research collaborations

Forum participants will also have the opportunity to make connections with representatives from government and non-government scholarship and fellowship programs, and network with fellow professionals committed to providing students and sponsors with best practice support. 

Accommodation discounts


There are discounts available at hotels within walking distance to the venue, please see instructions below.

Abode Apartment Hotels - Belconnen, 3 Grazier Lane & Gungahlin Cnr Gribble St & Anthony Rolfle Ave
•10% off online rate
•Visit abodehotels.com.au
•Select Belconnen ‘Book Now’ OR Gungahlin ‘Book Now’
•Enter dates of stay
•Enter UCX24 in the promo code section to apply the discount

Mercure Canberra Belconnen – Chandler Street Belconnen
•10% off the rate of the day
CLICK TO BOOK LINK
•Enter ‘Mercure Canberra Belconnen’ into Place field
•Enter dates of stay
•Business Code (SC750018616) and Access Code (UN734AU314) are auto filled discount is linked to Company Name: University of Canberra.

 


This event is led by IEAA’s Scholarships and Fellowships Network.

We thank our event sponsors Tetra Tech International Development

When
22/05/2024 12:00 PM - 23/05/2024 3:45 PM
AUS Eastern Standard Time
Where
Ann Harding Conference Centre 24 University Drive S Bruce, ACT 2617 AUSTRALIA
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