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Interesting Student Conferences in Australia in 2015

Australian students have an opportunity to attend various conferences throughout the year. At these events, a student has a chance to connect with industry professionals who will lead them towards greater opportunities.

In the continuation, you will find a list of 10 interesting conferences scheduled to take place in 2015.

  1. Sydney International Business Research Conference 2015

    The goal of this conference is to enable international academics and business practitioners to develop a collaborative network and discuss the contemporary issues of business research. The target areas for research include economics, finance, accounting, education, econometrics, Islamic finance, information technology, and more. The conference dates are 17 – 19 April 2015.

  2. AIEC 2015 – Australian international Education Conference

    This event attracts over 1000 speakers, delegates, exhibitors, and other attendees from various organizations each year. Students interested to work in international can meet leading policy advisors, administrators and academics that influence the future of international education. AIEC will be held in Adelaide on 6 – 9 October 2015.

  3. CISA Conference 2015

    The 5th CISA Conference will be held on 6 – 8 July at Deakin Edge, Federation Square. This year’s theme will be “Celebrating Achievements, Together towards Tomorrow.” The purpose of the conference is to enable international students to explore ideas and work towards solutions of employability, workplace issues, and affordable accommodation.

  4. 2015 NEAS Management Conference

    Sydney’s Darling Island Wharf will be the center of international education development on 7th and 8th May. Speakers from across Australia will target topics related to the ELT (English Language Teaching) industry. Students, teaching staff and managers who want to become part of the exchange of professional expertise are welcomed to join the conference.

  5. Student Selection for the Health Professions Conferences

    This conference, scheduled to take place from 8th to 10th April 2015 in Melbourne, appeals to students, clinicians, administrators, and academics from health professions. The target themes include aptitude testing for selection; personal characteristics important for health practitioners, and improved access to courses related to health professions.

  6. Asia Pacific Global Summit and Expo on Vaccines & Vaccination

    Vaccines have been a hot topic for decades, but the issue is currently attracting more attention than ever. This conference will be attended by a great number of scientists, professors, CEO’s, directors, Pharma and Biotech companies, and students from all universities. The theme is “Vaccine research: from bench to bedside.”

  7. 28th Annual SEAANZ Conference

    This conference is targeted towards students, government agency representatives, educators, researchers, and small business owners/managers. Students interested in small business management are welcomed to join the flexible community focused on finding solutions for the challenges of today’s business environment. The conference will take place on 1 – 3rd July 2015 in Melbourne.

  8. The Future of International Energy Markets: Where Do We Stand and Where Are We Moving To?

    Curtin University welcomes research students and academics to submit papers for the Conference scheduled to take place on 9 – 11 July 2015 in Perth. The accent is placed on oil energy markets, gas energy markets, energy finance, renewable energy markets, energy convergence, carbon trading, energy supply chains, and energy and environmental policies.

  9. A New Agenda? Debating the Middle East and Central Asia Conference

    On 3rd and 4th of July 2015, Canberra will be the gathering point of scholars, researchers and exceptional graduate students who will discuss the challenges and changing circumstances in the Middle East and Central Asia. The Australian National University welcomes participants to submit papers that explore the evolving political situations in these regions.

  10. HERDSA 2015: Learning for Life and Work in a Complex World

    This conference is scheduled for 6-9 July 2015. The event is attractive for academics, professionals and students who want to share new approaches towards the challenges of today’s complex circumstances. The main themes are: enhancing the opportunities offered for learning using digital technologies, both on-site and online; and integrating learning more seamlessly with life and work.