The Asia-Pacific Association for International Education annual conference provides a program of workshops and sessions to ensure delegates are at the forefront of international education practices and trends of the Asia-Pacific region.
In 2020, APAIE’s program of pre-conference workshops and parallel sessions will focus on the 2020 conference theme of Bridging Oceans - Internationalization and Higher Education in the Asia Pacific.
To be part of the APAIE 2020 program, your abstract will have a clear connection to the conference theme, and where applicable, your nominated sub-theme. It will meet the selection criteria listed below.
NOTE: An individual may be part of up to 3 submissions in total, regardless of type.
The following types of submissions will be considered:
Workshops take place on Sunday, March 22nd, 2020.
3 hours, including a brief tea/coffee break.
For each workshop:
Up to 4 individuals may be part of the Workshop Provider team.
Up to 2 workshop facilitators will be granted complimentary conference registration with the remaining facilitators offered the presenter registration rate1.
Concurrent Presentation Sessions
Presentation sessions take place Monday, March 23rd to Wednesday, March 25th, 2020.
Delivery mode options:
Presentation or panel session
individual or group of up to 3 presenters
Chair assigned by APAIE
Presenters, chairs/facilitators are eligible to register at the presenter registration rate1.
Poster presentations take place during coffee breaks over Monday, March 23rd to Wednesday, March 25th, 2020.
Up to 2 presenters per poster.
Poster presenters are eligible to register at the presenter registration rate1.
1 Presenter registration rate - $600 USD
APAIE 2020 Conference Sub-Themes
Engaging Indigenous and Newcomer Communities
Interculturalization and Internationalization
The Student Experience
Multilateralism, Regional Cooperation and Other Next-Generation Collaborations
As more abstracts are submitted than can be accommodated, the selection committee considers the following criteria when making their assessment.
Overall quality of abstract
Connection and relevance to the conference theme and nominated sub-theme (where applicable)
Clarity of objectives
Sound academic content and basis
Relevance to the Asia-Pacific region
Proposed content is not a promotion of your products, services nor organization. (You may use your organization as an example or case study to support the aim of your presentation but it must be balanced with other examples or case studies.)
Interest to an APAIE audience: How topical, innovative, and new is the perspective presented?