MyStay International is partnering with a host of industry experts and innovative businesses to empower stakeholders with knowledge and solutions to overcome the challenges faced by the international education sector.
From new technologies and market insights to student welfare and business development - join us on the journey to recovery.
Recordings of past webinars can be viewed HERE.
New NDIS-Funded Technology to Improve Accessibility for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Tuesday 25 August 2020, 10.00am AESTRegister Here
Discover how technology is transforming interpreting services and accessibility for those who are deaf and hard of hearing (HoH).
The following webinars have been produced by outside organisations and cover a range of topics affecting international students and the international education sector.
This session looks at the national and international educational technology market landscape, the trends identified in the 2019 Australian EdTech Market Census and how education providers and government can more effectively foster innovation.
From institutions balancing diversification with tried and tested markets, to recruiting when you can’t travel, this webinar takes a deep dive into exploring where future international students will come from.
This webinar examines the latest data from QS’ ongoing student and university surveys to examine how intentions are changing in relation to coronavirus.
This webinar brought together updates from the key bodies helping Australia’s international education sector reconnect with students and plan a road forward.
This webinar provides a road map for building a stronger, more diverse student cohort rather than relying too heavily on major student recruitment markets. Based on student data, QS will give recommended target regions for student recruitment and provide insights into student motivations and behavior for each.
As we adjust to the new reality, ways of learning, course delivery, recruitment and how we work in general are all being re-examined. Innovation is upon us, whether we like it or not.