Share your successes and good ideas with the entire education sector

From newspaper editorials to the vision memo of the Minister of Education, the internationalisation of education features more prominently than ever on the public agenda.

But which steps should we be taking right now to ensure accessible and sustainable internationalisation?

3 Themes

During the Nuffic Conference on 10 October 2019, the education community will come together to discuss internationalisation. This event will focus on the themes of quality, inclusion and sustainability. We will be framing these topics in both a national and international context and will address the entire sector, from primary schools to higher education. What initiatives already exist in other countries, and how might we join in? How can we take advantage of developments with regard to the internet and digitisation? We are eager to benefit from your past experiences and expertise.

Learn more about the themes.

Have an idea?

We invite you to share your successes, experiences and burning questions with the sector as a whole. To that end, we can offer our stage for your personal session. Come inspire and challenge your colleagues, or share a confrontational perspective. This is your opportunity.

Good to know

  • The Nuffic Conference will be held on Thursday 10 October 2019 in the Van Nelle Fabriek in Rotterdam.
  • Your topic must relate to at least one of the stated themes.
  • Submissions will be evaluated by a project group made up of Nuffic employees and representatives from schools and institutions.

Spread the word!

Do you know someone who should definitely attend? Or someone who has a great proposal to share? Feel free to forward this call for proposals!


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