A global initiative to get international students moving around the world again is the subject of a webinar, this Thursday 26 August.

The Global Student Mobility Initiative (GSMI), designed to create innovative solutions to help fast track the world-wide recovery of international student mobility, is bringing the final leg of its renowned webinar series to Australia.

Through Allianz Care – the international health arm of Allianz Partners, which supports international students, visitors and workers during their time in Australia – the webinar in the global series will focus on Australia and the opportunities for all related businesses to strengthen and grow through innovative solutions.

Speakers include Dr Keith Suter AM, a Futurist and Foreign Affairs Specialist Consultant who will identify the relevant issues and opportunities in Australia, as well as the likely future outcomes.

Also speaking is Joanne Chrystal, Director CDU Global at Charles Darwin University, which is the first and only university to have a flight of international students arrive in Australia since the introduction of border closures in March 2020.

Event:           GSMI Bringing Students Back to Australia Webinar
Date:            Thursday 26 August 2021
Time:            2pm AEST
Register:      Register via BrightTalk

The engaging webinar will also provide tips on how to prepare students for departure, supporting students during their journey and making quarantine manageable. Pre registration is required.


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