2nd ESOS CONFERENCE
'The Changing World'
Education Services for Overseas Students 2nd Conference
The 2013 ESOS Conference was held on 29 May - 31 May 2013 at the Four Points by Sheraton in Sydney. The conference was organised by a group of universities - University of Newcastle, University of Western Sydney, University of New England and Southern Cross University.
Delegates were from universities, the VET sector, private providers, TEQSA, DIAC, schools and more. This important networking opportunity included a varied program, plenty of discussion time, and social events.
We are pleased to announce the next ESOS Conference will be held in QLD with a conglomerate of QLD universities currently deciding on the timing and location.
Please find following the presentations from the 2013 conference.
CISA- Best Practice Program for Education Providers - CISA President, Aleem Nizari
Riding the Dragon: Failing to Manage Risk in Homestay Accommodation - Dr Stephen Howlett, University of Sydney
Streamlining Visa Processing-Challenges and Opportunities - Simon Davies Burrows, Edith Cowan University
Governance: ESOS' Hidden Relative - Peter Spolc, University of Western Sydney
ESOS: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly - Emma Lincoln, Swinburn University
Accommodation and Orientation Standards since 2011 - David Bycroft, Australian Homestay Network
Case Study: Are we Compliant? Critical Incident Management and Student Support - Ying Mei Butler, University of Western Sydney
Migration Tribunal Cases (MRT) - Lessons to be Learned for Esos Compliance - Melda Moss, Southern Cross University
NSW Trade and Investment - Amanda Chadwick, Executive Director, Innovation and Industry Policy
TEQSA Snapshot - Ian Hawke, Commissioner, TEQSA