The Migration 2011 Conference is an annual event that brings the migration advice profession and important stakeholders together to discuss the issues affecting Australian Migration.
This year's theme reflects the importance of government bodies, industry groups, educators and the migration advice profession to work together in overcoming Australia's migration challenges.
Delegates include migration agents, education agents, legal professionals, community representatives, government officials and academics working within the migration field.
AREAS OF INTEREST
+ Business Migration | visas, successful migration outcomes and practical solutions
+ Global Mobility | who, where and why: economic and population challenges
+ International Education | Australia’s 18 billion dollar industry: what does the future hold for our international students?
+ Refugee and Humanitarian | key issues, challenges and solutions for change
+ Skilled and Sponsored Migration | unravelling the challenges to provide for the workforce
The Conference will be held on 16 + 17 September, 2011 on the Gold Coast (Queensland, Australia).
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