Conferences in International Education

As a professional interested in gaining as much information about what is going on in international education, I began exploring venues where I might be able to connect with other international education professionals and get a sense for what’s going on in the field. I’ve pulled together a non-comprehesive list of a few conference that are related to the general field of international education. There are a host of other nationally focused conferences that have tracks where presenters can focus on internationally focused issues in education, but I decided to start with the more explicitly international opportunities.

If others have additions, feel free to leave a comment to let me and others know what’s out there!

Association of International Education Administrators
Month: February

Australian International Education Conference
Month: October

CIEE Annual Conference
Month: November

Comparative and International Education Society
Month: March

Diversity Abroad Conference
Month: April

EducationUSA Forums
Month: Varies

European Association of International Education
Month: September

Forum on Education Abroad
Month: April

Global Access Pipeline Conference
Month: April

Hawaii International Conference on Education
Month: January

NAFSA: Association of International Educators Annual Conference
Month: May/June

Other Resources:
List of Higher Education Conferences Worldwide

Association of International Education Administrators List of Intl Ed Conferences


Published by lilylop

Lily Lopez-McGee is deeply committed to equalizing access to education and increasing opportunities for underrepresented students to gain international credentials. She is bilingual in English and Spanish and has traveled through parts of Latin America and Western Europe.

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