The 2021 IEAA Learning Abroad Forum will explore how the mobility sector can develop models that are environmentally, ethically and financially sustainable in a changed world, as we rebuild student participation and diversity.
The 15th annual IEAA Learning Abroad Forum will explore Sustainable Futures in Learning Abroad. As the pandemic continues to disrupt global mobility the education sector is pivoting with new models and approaches and looking at the future of programming and operations.
Providing a New Colombo Plan update will be:
- Scope Global team member and NCP Administration and Support Services Director, Andrew Brown
- Ashley Tanks (Chair) Deputy Convener, IEAA Learning Abroad Network and Manager, Student Mobility, University of Wollongong
- Michael Bergmann Director, New Colombo Plan Scholarships and Alumni Branch, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
When: Session 10, Day 5: Friday 20 August 3pm (AEST).
Andrew is the inaugural Director of the New Colombo Plan (NCP) Administration and Support Services team at Scope Global, a major managing contractor delivering international education, training and development programs across the Indo-Pacific on behalf of the Australian Government.