News By Tag
News By Location
ANZA: all-round success in New Zealand’s adventure capital
ANZA provides a unique opportunity for New Zealand and Australian sellers of education, work and youth travel to meet 1:1 with pre-screened, high quality agents who collectively send tens of thousands of students and travellers to this region.
This year, the workshop brought Australasia-
Schools and institutions based in New Zealand’s South Island appreciated the opportunity to showcase their region as a study destination with many agents attending campus tours. Joan Potts from Wakatipu High School in Queenstown said “Thank you for giving us the chance to host an ICEF event in Queenstown! It has been absolutely amazing for us! We really valued the variety of agents at the event and to have everyone here has been a real treat!”
Agents at the event enjoyed an all-around experience, meeting a range of quality providers as well as enjoying Queenstown’s breath taking scenery. “This was my first time in Queenstown and also New Zealand and I think this is one of the most beautiful places I have ever been to. The ANZA Workshop was great! I was able to maximise each of my meetings and the contact I had with educators. I am sure I will send more Vietnamese students to New Zealand” said Vietnamese agent Phan Minh Phong from AU UC My International Education Investment Joint Stock Company.
In its third year, the ANZA Work and Travel Zone gave sellers of work and travel programmes, including gap years, internships, volunteer experiences, Au Pair placements and tourism activities, the opportunity to offer participants exciting work, travel and tourism products for their students. First time participant, Kelly Dugan from YHA New Zealand and Australia commented that “It was a great event - we will attend again!”
Social occasions and informal networking are always an integral part of ICEF events. Queenstown provided the ideal location for a wide range of social activities with agents and educators luging, jet boating and of course bungy jumping, some participants leaping 134m from the Nevis Bungy. Laila Wright, a Brazilian agent based in Australia said: “At jump time all my nerves kicked in. I started shaking and I didn’t know if I could do it, but with a lot encouragement I jumped. This was such an awesome experience and I can recommend it to anyone!”
In April 2013, the ANZA Workshop returns to Australia. Location details will be available shortly on www.icef.com.
If you require further information please contact Korinne Algie at communications@
# # #
ICEF connects educators, education agents, work and travel professionals and industry service providers to key markets and networks worldwide, supporting the growth and development of international education and global student mobility.
ICEF offers a range of solutions designed to help our clients achieve real results in their marketing and student recruitment initiatives.
B2B events in all key markets, connecting international educators, agents and service providers as well as work and travel professionals
ICEF Online Workshop
a virtual platform enabling over 5.000 agents, educators and service providers to connect and network
a business development and market intelligence resource delivering news, research and commentary for international student recruitment
ICEF Agent Training Course (IATC)
a practical, professional training course for agency-based international student recruitment counsellors