The 2019 International Education and Training (IET) Summit is being held by Study Queensland in Brisbane from June 24th to June 25th. With the theme “Changing the Narrative”, the Summit will feature high level discussion on international trends and opportunities; global insights about key international market including presentations and panel discussions from three of Queensland’s Trade and Investment Commissioners, Tom Calder (ASEAN), Julie-Anne Nichols (China) and Tak Adachi (Japan); and new and novel ways of positioning the State internationally in creating a new narrative for Queensland ‘s international education and training sector.
Some of the key speakers include freelance writer, editor and consultant with particular expertise in higher education, Julie Hare (who was the former higher education editor of The Australian for seven years) and Professor Peter Greste, an award-winning foreign correspondent who spent 25 years working for the BBC, Reuters and Al Jazeera Media Network in some of the world’s most volatile places. The Study Sunshine Coast team will be in attendance at the IET Summit.
Professor Peter Greste to Deliver Opening Keynote at the IET Summit 2019
Study Queensland is pleased to announce that Professor Peter Greste will be delivering the Opening Keynote Address at the upcoming IET Summit 2019 in June.
Professor Peter Greste is an award-winning foreign correspondent who spent 25 years working for the BBC, Reuters and Al Jazeera in some of the world’s most volatile places. Exploring the theme, ‘Changing the Narrative’, Professor Greste will set the scene for the Summit and discuss the power of effective storytelling and the influence of media following his imprisonment in Egypt.
The keynote address will highlight strategies for countering negative stereotypes and issues in an international education context.
Register here to attend the summit.