Global Student Recruitment and Development Conference 2018
11 July 2018 | Celtic Manor Resort, Wales, UK
(Hosted by the ISE in association with NACE, SAGEA and AAGE)
Rarely is there an event that highlights global successes and challenges in our industry. This full-day conference will provide an opportunity for you to debate, share and explore student recruitment and development issues across countries and continents.
Conference theme: The future workforce from a global perspective
- A data analysis project undertaken by HSBC to understand how to attract diverse and business relevant graduates across all the countries they operate in. HSBC and SMRS
- Readying a global graduate cohort for the workplace - GSK and CAPP
- Panel session represented by global heads who have detailed experience of navigating across multiple geographies including Europe, Africa, Asia and the USA
- Using digital methods for better graduate recruitment - FDM and Arctic Shores
- Global generation Z - a student's mobility journey - University of Warwick and The Talent Lighthouse
- Exploring the skills gap and employability in the 21st Century - QS and ISE
Featured keynote speaker
The conference will include keynote speaker Ade McCormack, a former technologist, who today is focused on helping organisations thrive in the digital age. His zoom-out perspectives on the drivers behind today’s market realities enables leaders and their people to deeply understand the actions they need to take to remain economically relevant. He is a former columnist for the Financial Times and CIO magazine, both columns focusing on digital leadership.
Who should attend?
- Global heads of student programmes/campus recruitment/university relations
- Heads of Student Services, career services at universities or colleges
- Suppliers that provide services across countries and/or continents
Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities
If you are interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at this event, please contact Vivienne Wootten, Membership and Events Manager.
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