Meet the international students: what do they really think?

Monday 01 June 2015 -
13:30 to 14:45
Session 2.2. Queen Elizabeth II Centre, London.

We are all in the business of recruiting international students and most of us are surrounded by them at our institutions every day. But how often and how well do you engage with your students directly? Have you ever spoken in-depth to an international student from a different institution to yours, or from a market you don’t recruit from?

Join us in this dynamic and highly interactive session, and meet international students from across the globe. Your chance to ask them what they really think, what impresses them and what doesn’t; information that may change your institution’s student recruitment and retention strategy. 

This session is hosted by PIE News as part of our 2015 media session series.

Amy Baker
Managing Director and Co-founder, The PIE, UK

Amy is an international education expert with nearly 20 years’ experience in the industry, working first as a journalist, then as editor of a trade magazine before setting up The PIE three years ago. She won the IEAA Award for Excellence in Professional Commentary 2014. Session 2.2

Amy Baker

Clare Gossage
Marketing Director and Co-founder, The PIE, UK

Clare started her international education career working in marketing for St Giles International, then moved to University of the Arts London where she was eventually Head of International Marketing. She was also a member of the English UK Enterprises Board for six years before becoming Marketing Director and Co-founder of The PIE. Session 2.2

Clare Gossage

Archie Pollock
Business Development Executive, The PIE, UK

After studying an MSc in International Public Policy Making at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam, Archie worked as International Project Manager at Expertise in Labour Mobility (ELM) and Consultant Writer and Presenter at i-Graduate, working closely with students and universities across Europe to improve the international study experience. Session 2.2

Archie Pollock