Tracks and Topics
Best practice in recruiting and supporting international students
Using alumni networks to enhance student recruitment
New initiatives to promote student mobility
International summer schools: new directions in short-term international student mobility
Managing an international office
Reaching a global student body through MOOCs
Global trends in student mobility
Developments in national higher education policies on international student recruitment
Panel discussion: international students share their experience of studying abroad
Building a globalized curriculum
The role of language training in creating global citizens
Using international internships to enhance graduate employability
Best practices in dual and joint degrees
Leveraging alumni to enhance graduate employability
Panel discussion: multinational employers share their experiences of employing graduates
Recruiting and retaining international faculty
Using executive search agencies for international faculty recruitment
The challenges of teaching in English for non-native speaking faculty
Overcoming student resistance to foreign faculty
Using international partnerships to promote faculty exchange
Trends in international faculty mobility
Developments in national visa policies for international faculty
Strategies for enhancing research capacity and capability
Co-tutelle and joint doctoral programs
Managing international research partnerships
Research strategies to maximize citations and impact
Publishing in English medium journals for non-native speakers
Leveraging international research funding
Case studies of universities that have raised research productivity
Social media and university brand awareness
The role of world university rankings in building world-class universities
Transnational education and university brand projection
Using international branch campuses to build global universities
Using international accreditation to enhance quality and brand awareness
International event management and brand recognition
The power of international alumni chapters to build brand profile
Information for Presenters
Submissions by non-academic institutions
Kindly note that there has been a revision in our submission policies and we will only be accepting proposals from non- academic institutions, who are track sponsors.
If a non- academic institution would like to present a paper at our conferences, they may do so through sponsorship of a whole session (3 presentation slots) at our conferences.
In this instance, if you would like to present a paper under Track 4, you may wish to consider a sponsorship for a session under Track 4 only.
Multiple submissions by academic institutions
All proposers of the said event are to abide to the following
Each approved presenter will only be scheduled to a single presentation slot in the program
Each institution is allowed up to three approved presentation slots, of which are to contain three different presenters.
The above policy has been put in place to ensure the delivery of a varied informative and well-tailored presentations by diverse prominent presenters of the global higher education sector.
Thank you for your interest in submitting a proposal to QS-APPLE 2019. However, due to an overwhelming response, the proposal submission system is currently closed. We will inform all interested individuals if there is any possible availability.