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WIEC Conference

The 17th Annual Washington International Education Conference is taking place in Washington, DC. on February 21 and 22. Barton Carlyle are delighted to be attending once again. The WIEC is the original conference providing the latest information on the recruitment of international students, where you can meet Embassy officials and sponsoring agencies responsible for the placement of students and hear from experts in the field of international enrolment management. The conference gives attendees access to key embassy personnel and the latest trends in international student recruiting, admissions and campus life. Attend this year and you could walk away with practical knowledge and tips from the host of distinguished speakers delivering informative presentations. Join Pamela as she presents “Being There: How in-market presence and market focus improve international enrolment management” and make 2019 the year that you really enhance your international recruitment program.

We look forward to seeing you in Washington DC, for more information and to register visit https://washcouncil.org/ or contact us with any questions.

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