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'Developing Global Perspectives'

Symposium,  9-10 June 2016 Sydney


Three universities (James Cook, Macquarie and Western Sydney) are joining forces within the Office of Learning and Teaching (OLT) Strategic Priority area “Developing Global Perspectives."


Papers and posters will address the following theme:


Developing global perspectives and producing graduates that can live and work in an increasingly connected world are fundamental goals for Australian tertiary education.  Educators seek to increasingly internationalise the curriculum and encourage students to become culturally competent ‘global citizens’: international travel is a crucial ingredient in this internationalisation process. This research symposium explores the latest developments in the field in the design, implementation and embedding of Outbound Mobility Programs (OMPs) or study abroad into the tertiary curriculum.


For more information, contact Dr Tim Hall <> and Assoc. Prof. Tonia Gray <>.




The organisers are currently submitting a book proposal to publish symposium papers arising from the event. Selected authors will be offered an opportunity to be published in the manuscript entitled Developing Global Perspectives in Higher Education.


Inclusion of articles will be based a number of factors including, among other things, quality of research, originality and style. Selected papers may be required to undergo further review and editing before actual publication.


Conference coincides with Vivid Sydney 2016.


Cost $99 for 2-day symposium (includes meals)   Please go to the I-pay link (

Rebecca Thompson

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