The PIE Live is a new dynamic, online virtual event from The PIE News team offering in-depth learnings in areas that are critical to the future development and vitality of the sector, and maximising intelligence on best practice that we gain from our PIEoneer Awards work.

It is being held online from Monday 5th - Thursday 8th October, after The PIEoneer Awards online on Friday 2nd October, so that delegates can take advantage of joining both events.

Attendees will gain exclusive insights from panels of speakers on four content tracks, hear the latest country-focused discussions around international education positioning and policy, and learn directly from PIEoneer Awards finalists in 18 compelling categories.

Throughout our online event, there will be live networking via our sophisticated AI-powered platform and a virtual exhibition, so you can make new connections with colleagues and suppliers, and chat to old friends across the globe while we’re unable to travel.

Come along and benefit from networking with our unrivalled global, targeted delegate list of those pro-actively engaged in delivering improving outcomes in international education.

If you're interested in sponsoring or virtually exhibiting at The PIE Live, email jane@thepienews.com or call her on +44 7734 939549 to find out more.

Employability Track

“The new arms race in international education” according to one university leader, ensuring education delivers skills and competencies that employers value is critical. In this content stream, we will learn from companies and educators who are pivoting their provision of education experiences to ensure enhanced outcomes for students.




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Sustainability Track

The coronavirus crisis put the fragility of our planet into sharp focus and future-facing international educators need to be aware of how they can balance their offer of a global education and international community-building with concerns around the climate and carbon footprints. Experts will share institutional approaches or talk from their experience as informed consultants in this field.


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Digital Tech Innovation Track

Never has the power of technology to reach, engage, educate and transform the lives of students been so relevant. In this content track, we will hear from educators and experts and learn from them in terms of education technology’s now-vital creep into the mainstream of education and its impact within international education.




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Marketing to Gen Z Track

How do educators connect and communicate with the next generation of international students? The original art form of marketing has become diversified, granular and sophisticated and we’ll be checking in with some market leaders who use market research and technology to make an impact.




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Confirmed speakers

Director and Founder
Pomegranate Global, Australia
Assistant Vice Provost for Undergraduate Admissions
American University, USA
Dean, International
Humber College, Canada
Founder and Executive Director
CISaustralia, Australia
Director International
University of Auckland, New Zealand
Deputy Vice Chancellor International
Coventry University, UK
Associate Vice Provost for International Education
University of Maryland, USA
Head of International Marketing
Archimedes Foundation/Study in Estonia, Estonia
President / COO
ILAC Higher Education, Canada
Founder and Partner
Emerge Education, UK
Senior Director, IEM-ISS Services
NAFSA: Association of International Educators, USA
Vice Provost and Associate Chancellor for Global Affairs
UC Davis, USA
Chief Content and Partnerships Officer
FutureLearn, UK
President and Chief Executive Officer
Canadian Bureau for International Education, Canada
Chief Executive Officer
Oxford International Education Group, UK
Director/ Chief Corporate and Business Officer
iae GLOBAL
Assistant Dean for Learning Abroad
University of Minnesota, US
Co-Founder and CEO
ApplyBoard, Canada
Deputy Head
Mundo Joven Group, Mexico
Director
Expertise in Mobility, The Netherlands
Head of Marketing and Recruitment
Tilburg University
CEO
IEAA, Australia
Vice Principal, External Relations
University of Glasgow, UK
Co-Founder
Esperanza, Hong Kong
Professor of Education, School of Education
University of Bristol, UK
Associate Dean (International)
Melbourne School of Engineering, The University of Melbourne
Professor of Higher Education
University of Oxford, UK
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Global Partnerships)
The University of Western Australia, Australia
Director
Universities UK International (UUKi), UK

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