2 Riverside Quay
Level 19
Southbank, Melbourne, Australia

Global Victoria is proud to partner with Australia’s education technology and innovation industry hub, EduGrowth to bring you this insightful and dynamic panel discussion about the opportunities and barriers faced when offering Australian education to a global audience.

Technology is changing the way education is delivered and experienced. It expands beyond physical boundaries and into new credential pathways. International demand for quality, scalable education is also growing, as populations and economies expand, and as countries look to rapidly up-skill large tranches of their workforce.

Education providers are considering how they can best meet this demand and respond to the digitalisation of education services, with global competitors now providing short and long courses that are available from anywhere, at any time.

Our erudite panellists, Pauline Farrell, Executive Director of TAFE Victoria, CEO of Keypath Education Ryan O'Hare and Senior Manager of PwC, Adele Drago-Stevens will join forces and ask:

  • what's driving demand for online education in offshore markets?
  • will international students always want to come onshore for employment opportunities, and to practise their English language skills and experience the Australian culture and landscape?
  • does online learning blended with face-to-face learning provide a cheaper alternative pathway?
  • are there new market segments that we should be exploring – such as the growing global cohort of mid-career professionals looking to re skill but can’t afford it or don't want to leave their family or current job?

Come along and find out the answers to these questions and more at this special breakfast seminar.

Event details

Date: Tuesday 19 November 2019
Location: 2 Riverside Quay - Level 19 Southbank
Time: 8.30 am to 10.30 am
Cost: free

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