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Are you making the most of IntelliLab?
ENZ’s Intelligence Manager Andrew McPhee encourages all New Zealand education providers working in international education to make the most of this resource.
“International education professionals want to be as informed as possible before making important decisions – IntelliLab should be your go-to source,” he says.
IntelliLab is free, easy to access and provides the latest information on student numbers and trends, market information, industry valuations, research, and insights on developments such as the recent downturn in new Chinese students, to help industry make informed decisions.
“It also includes exclusive content – while the summary dashboards and most infographics are available for anyone to download, the reports and insights are only available to registered New Zealand government officials and international education providers.
“The interactive numbers tools in particular are popular with users, such as TED (The Enrolments Data), as it enables providers to analyse student numbers over the past five years by their key markets, sectors, and region,” Andrew says.
Christchurch NZ Programme Manager Bree Loverich says the data from IntelliLab is a key source of support for the work she does at a regional level.
“We are increasingly asked to provide data insights at a moments’ notice for various stakeholders and to support business cases for our student visitor activities, major events, talent attraction and retention.
“The support and quality of data provided by ENZ’s intelligence team is outstanding. They have always provided quality insights and analysis to support our efforts to make informed decisions and projects that benefit industry and the student body.
“They have also made it possible for me to articulate the value of the industry to key influencers in the region. It’s a service that the region has come to trust and we could not be successful without it.”
Recently added publications include:
- Monthly visa summaries and the interactive visa tool updates
- New Zealand Education system at a glance (OECD and MOE updates)
- Regional student number data cubes
- Economist Intelligence Unit country, region, and city reports
- 2018 Student numbers interactive tool
- 2018 Enrolments by level and field (SDR providers only)
- Market update webinars
- Viet Nam schools sector implementation plan
- China market trends -FSV decline report
Soon to be added publications will include:
- 2018 valuation of international education delivered in New Zealand
- 2018 valuation of education exports from New Zealand
- Valuation infographics
- Regional infographics
- Sector factsheets
- Market factsheets
You can access the IntelliLab registration page here.
ENZ strengthens role in Indonesia
Desiree Lee has been appointed as ENZ Market Manager responsible for Indonesia, in addition to Malaysia and the Philippines.
Naluri Bella Watti has been appointed to the position of ENZ Programme Manager, Indonesia, and will begin with ENZ in the Jakarta office from Monday 17 June. Naluri will be responsible for developing and delivering ENZ’s in-market activities, having formerly worked in a marketing strategy role for British Council Indonesia.
ENZ’s Regional Manager East Asia, Ben Burrowes, said these appointments align with ENZ’s strategic direction to bolster in-market representation for ENZ’s priority markets, with at least two representatives now covering the South East Asian markets.
“Indonesia remains an important market for ENZ with a wide range of business opportunities across the country. We’re very pleased to now have additional senior resourcing and with a busy activity calendar ahead, we look forward to working alongside our institution partners to deliver the right results.”
The annual ENZ Fair is the next large event on ENZ’s Indonesia activity calendar and will be held in Jakarta on Sunday 28 July. An agent seminar will also be held the following day on Monday 29 July.
For more information and to register for the events, click here. Please note that the second round of institution registration closes on Monday 13 May.
Kiwi students encouraged to join leadership summit
The Summit, now in its third year, is aimed at senior high school and first-year tertiary students. It is designed to celebrate the close relationship between sister cities in New Zealand and China by empowering the next generation of global citizens and leaders.
From 13 – 19 July, the students will take part in workshops and work on projects about global citizenship, social responsibility, leadership and more while in residence at St Andrew’s College. The Chinese delegation will then visit Queenstown and Dunedin while hosted by Taieri College, showcasing our southern cities over four days.
Last year’s Summit was awarded Best Youth Project 2018 by Sister Cities New Zealand.
After previously running in the sister cities of Auckland and Qingdao, this year’s event will be hosted by Christchurch, sister city of Wuhan, and has been acknowledged as an official youth event for the China-New Zealand Year of Tourism.
Further details and a registration form can be requested from email@example.com
Are you ready for NZIEC 2019?
With a packed breakout programme, outstanding keynote speakers and the return of Miriama Kamo at the helm, the 2019 NZIEC is not to be missed.
What’s on offer at NZIEC 2019?
This year centres on Navigating our changing world and how New Zealand has the opportunity to stand out as one of the most innovative players in the global international education industry.
The full programme is now available. Among the featured highlights are the following sessions.
- Inspirational keynote speaker and founder of Inspiring Stories, Guy Ryan will kick things off by discussing how we can Navigate the needs of future learners. Guy has spoken internationally and at home to more than 25,000 people, including TEDx and World Forums.
- The topic of Resilience and mental wellness in under-represented international students will be explored by Marcela Lapertosa and Huong Diep. They will look at the issues that affect international students while discussing strategies and providing tools to foster resilience in a culturally appropriate manner.
- We will harness the power of the ANZAC spirit by having a look at ANZAC perspectives: strategies, leading indicators and busting international education myths in Australia and New Zealand. This session will ask attendees to compare what’s the same and what’s unique for New Zealand and will challenge them to think about what this means for decisions in our sector.
- It’s time for New Zealand to take a bolder approach to our education brand positioning. In the session I am New. Repositioning the New Zealand Education brand for success, Paul Irwin, ENZ General Manager Partnerships & Marketing, and Kaylee Butters, ENZ Director Brand and Design, will launch a new long-term brand platform for New Zealand that focuses on a high value audience, redefines what a quality education means and is grounded in New Zealand’s unique strengths, both as a country and as an education system. This session will also cover what this could mean for your international marketing.
- As part of our celebration of Japan as the NZIEC Country of Honour, we welcome guest speakers from Tokyo Metropolitan Board of Education and Atsugi City Board of Education. We look forward to presenting a renewed, strategic partnership with Japan to provide new business opportunities for New Zealand providers. We will also look at ways to foster meaningful connections between New Zealand and Japan through a wide range of exchange activities with students and teachers from the two countries.
- Dan Smidt (ENZ), Andrew Galloway and Pii-Tuulia Nikula bring together a range of perspectives and experiences to discuss effective monitoring of education agents; best approaches and potential benefits.
- On day two, keynote speakers, Dr Lisa Coleman, Chief Diversity Officer of New York University, will explore a world of diversity, while Professor Chris Gallivan of Massey University will finish the conference by giving a not-to-be missed exploration of navigating education transformation.
Places are selling fast!
Places are selling fast. With nearly half of all places already sold we’re not expecting the remaining places to be around for much longer.
If you’re thinking of attending, you need to get in quick to avoid disappointment and missing out on the international education event of the year.
The 28th New Zealand International Education Conference and Expo (NZIEC) will be held at SkyCity Convention Centre in Auckland on Wednesday 7 and Thursday 8 August. Find out more about NZIEC at www.nziec.co.nz
BPO Intelligence has returned as the conference’s lead partner for the sixth year running, while The PIE News returns as the media partner.
Continued partnership between BPO Intelligence and NZIEC
BPO Intelligence is an award-winning marketing communications company that specialises in the education sector. With vast experience in international education sectors around the world, BPO Intelligence is a great partner for providers wanting to increase their presence in the international market.
“We are thrilled and excited to be the lead partner for NZIEC for a sixth consecutive year,” says BPO Intelligence CEO, Naresh Gulati.
“NZIEC is becoming one of the most significant conferences on the global international education circuit. We are delighted to be able to once again share our expertise in print, warehousing and distribution of promotional material, as well as helping institutions to explore new strategies and technologies for one-on-one student engagement and improved conversion rates,” says Naresh.
“BPO’s ongoing commitment to NZIEC demonstrates how important the New Zealand international education industry is to them,” says ENZ chief executive Grant McPherson.
“For them to return for six years running is a great outcome for our conference as we have been able to grow and evolve through this partnership,” he said.
“The BPO team will be in full attendance again, and I encourage all conference delegates to visit their stand in the EXPO Hall.”
Registrations are filling up fast. If you are still to register, make sure you don’t miss out, register today.
Miriama Kamo returns to emcee NZIEC 2019
With such a steady pair of hands at the helm, ENZ is confident the 28th New Zealand International Education Conference and Expo will be another inspirational conference for everyone who attends.
Taking place at the SKYCITY Conference Centre, Auckland on Wednesday 7 and Thursday 8 August, the conference is shaping up to be another two days packed full of thought-provoking conversations.
“The NZIEC conference is always a calendar highlight,” says Miriama.
“It’s been a big year in education with a lot of challenges. So, I’m looking forward to another fascinating conference where the issues and opportunities for the sector will be debated, critiqued and celebrated. It’s always informative but also fun.”
After almost 17 years of gracing our screens, Miriama Kamo is one of New Zealand’s best-known faces. She is currently hosting TVNZ’s flagship current affairs programme Sunday, a role she has held since 2011. She also co-presents Māori current affairs show Marae.
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Minister of Education, Chris Hipkins to address NZIEC 2019
For the second time in his role as Minister of Education, Minister Hipkins will address the conference delegates of NZIEC 2019.
On the morning of 7 August, Minister Hipkins will give a ministerial address followed by a brief question and answer session, where delegates will get to put their questions to the Minister through the Conference app.
Minister Hipkins will reflect on the past year in international education, and address the opportunities and challenges the sector will face in the coming 12 months.
Delegates interested in hearing more on the Strategy can head to the panel session on the Wednesday afternoon. Co-hosted by the Ministry of Education and ENZ, the ‘New Zealand Internation Education Strategy: One Year On’ session will discuss how the cross-agency action plan has affected positive change and collaboration. Additional to the Ministry of Education and ENZ, there will be representatives from all agencies involved including MFAT, MBIE, Immigration NZ and NZQA.
The conference will host more than 600 delegates and a wide range of industry presenters. There are still a handful of tickets left, so register now on the NZIEC website if you don’t want to miss out.
The countdown to NZIEC 2019 is on
In just a matter of days, the doors to the 28th annual New Zealand International Education Conference and Expo (NZIEC) will open.
At this year’s event, we will be joined by a wide range of partners.
Southern Cross will be showcase its award-winning travel insurance. Every year, it provides travel insurance to over 30,000 international students and their family members, as well as students moving into the local workforce.
Vodafone helps keep students connected from the moment they land in New Zealand with great offers on international calling and bonus data. It works closely with OKNZ to offer a greeting and translation service.
Other partners joining us at conference are:
- IDP Education, who will showcase IDP Connect, its client services division alongside the IELTS, its world-leading English language test.
- FairWay Resolution Limited: FairWay administers iStudent Complaints, an independent resolution scheme for students.
- QS Intelligence Unit: QS partners with higher education providers to help them understand and enhance their performace through unmatched intelligence tools.
“We are grateful for the support of our Premium Partners and Partners at our industry’s annual hui,” says ENZ Chief Executive Grant McPherson.
“We encourage conference delegates to connect with them in the Expo Hall during conference.”
Be sure to book your accommodation and confirm your registration today at www.nziec.co.nz
Register now for the Climate Action Network for International Educators (CANIE) Summit 2020
It will take place entirely online on 21 May, with two separate sessions to suit attendees in different time zones. There will also be a discussion forum open for people to share their ideas.
The programme’s sessions will feature presentations by international education practitioners from across the globe on topics like digital recruitment, flight guilt, and building sustainability into your institution’s business strategy.
Co-founders of CANIE and summit organisers, Pii-Tuulia Nikula and Ailsa Lamont, say they were pleased to receive many high-quality presentation proposals on many of the sector’s hot sustainability issues.
“A topic like digital recruitment is really big,” Nikula says. “It’s something a lot of people have been exploring, but now with all the restrictions due to COVID-19, it’s become a lot more important.”
Nikula and Lamont say the CANIE organisation came together organically. Their membership is made up of practitioners who work in different areas of international education, but who all see the need for the sector to reduce its impact on the planet.
“We hope this event sparks a larger conversation around sustainability,” Lamont says.
CANIE was first launched at the 2019 New Zealand International Education Conference. Membership of CANIE is free of charge, as is registration for this year’s summit.
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