THE podcast: Australian International Education Conference 2013

October 14, 2013

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From October 8-11 2013, Canberra hosted the annual Australian International Education Conference, the largest international education conference in the Asia-Pacific region. The event was co-hosted by the international student recruitment company, IDP Education, which presented some new research: Inside the minds of today’s international students.

Phil Baty, editor at large for Times Higher Education, which was the media partner for the event, discusses the findings with Lyndell Jacka, head of research at IDP and Kim Dienhoff, IDP’s manager for communications and stakeholder relations.

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