International Universities Networking Conference (IUNC 2014)

Boundless cooperation opportunities with universities in Eurasia
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The Eastern European University Association is honored to invite you to participate in the Third Annual International Universities Networking Conference on May, 12-14 2014 in St. Petersburg, Russia. In 2014 year the conference theme will be Eurasia, its latest news and analytics, market demands and cooperation possibilities. The IUNC 2014 is the first and unique conference in HE offering a network building as a main conference tool, which gives participants an opportunity to achieve their collaboration and partnership goals easily and efficiently. The IUNC 2014 will highlight cutting-edge tendencies in the sphere of higher education in Eurasia and will bring together more than 300 universities from across the globe. The IUNC 2014 aims to broaden relations between institutions from different countries and create world-wide peer-level interaction network. The special focus of the event is collaboration with universities of Eurasia. The conference will also provide higher education professionals with an opportunity to present and discuss their interests in friendly and engaging environment. The Conference program includes: — Open sessions and seminars on various topics about: trends of international education effective ways of cooperation between universities recruitment technologies state scholarship programs. — Prescheduled meetings with universities. — Campus tour to prospective partner universities. — Networking activities.

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