The Washington International Education Conference:the original conference for international and federal government relations, market intelligence, and actionable advice for international education professionals.
The Washington International Education Council believes that international education exchange plays a vital role in building bridges between cultures throughout the world. In increasingly uncertain times, direct communication between American and international higher education institutions and embassy officials, NGO leaders, and regional experts has never been more important.
Since 2001, the Washington International Education Council has assisted universities, language programs and independent schools with international student enrollment management services, organizes educational conferences, and supports the development of new programs for institutions and sponsoring agencies.
Our flagship event, the Washington International Education Conference, is the only conference dedicated to advancing access to key embassy personnel and the latest trends in international student recruitment, admissions, and campus life. Join our conference in February 2020 and walk away with practical knowledge and actionable advice tips that can immediately grow your enrollments and better serve your international students.
Early Registration: $795 per person (with payment received by November 1, 2019)
Regular Registration $895 per person
For additional representatives from the same institution: $395 per person
Register here with your credit card or mail the downloaded form with your check to:
Washington International Education Council
111 Towne Street Suite 1012
Stamford, CT 06902-5982
Please make checks payable to the Washington International Education Council
Registration includes Sessions & Seminars, Embassy Visits, Two Conference Luncheons and the Gala Conference Reception
With over forty-five years of experience in the field of international education, Mr. Fish was a founder of the Washington International Education Council and is the organization’s President. Mr. Fish began his career as a teacher in Portugal, and went on to direct intensive English programs in California, Colorado, Boston, and Washington, D.C. His career in international education has included work for Arthur D. Little, Inc., AIFS, ALA, Aspect, EF, the ELS, NESE and Study Group. In 1989 Mr. Fish opened his consulting practice and continues to provide services to individual schools and larger organizations interested in broadening their international profile while increasing international student enrollments.
Mr. Fish has served on numerous advisory groups including the Strategic Task Force on International Student Access, the Consular Affairs Working Group and the Peterson’s International Advisory Council. Mr. Fish was elected as Chair of the New England Region of NAFSA: Association of International Educators, and has served on the board of AAIEP. He continues to advocate for international education and students and writes a column for student visa applicants.
Mr. Fish welcomes contact from individuals and organizations with an interest in international education at email@example.com
Joseph Z. Humadi founded the U.S. Educational Group, which produces “Al-Jamiat” the Arabic language magazine and educational fairs throughout the Middle East, North Africa, Eurasia and China. He is also one of the founders of the Washington International Education Council, which produces an embassy dialog in Washington, DC once a year in January and advises international students. He has been involved in international education for 20 years. Mr. Humadi also runs the website www.al-jamiat.com, www.usegtours.com and www.washcouncil.org. He has produced programs in U.A.E, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Bahrain, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Kuwait, Lebanon, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and China.
Mr. Humadi and his team also produce virtual college fairs (VCF) for specialized clients. The production for these VCF’s includes setting up the website for the students to register. His team does all of the media buying, social media, print advertising, emails and mailings. The last VCF that USEG put together, produced over 5000 students that registered on-line and converted about 1000 to come online during the fair. He is also a member of the Middle East SIG and NAFSA.
WIEC Board of Advisors
The Washington International Education Council recognizes the vital role international education exchange plays in the world today. As our world grows smaller with greater interdependence it is more important than ever to establish linkages between people of different countries, regardless of cultural differences. WIEC builds new bridges and fosters existing relationships between institutions throughout the world.
Nicholas Arrindell, Ph.D.
Formerly Director Office of
International Student & Scholar Services
Johns Hopkins University (retired)
Takoma Park, MD
James L. Goonan
Director, International Admissions
514 University Avenue
Selinsgrove, PA 17870-1164
Director of International Recruitment
Johnson & Wales University
8 Abbott Park Pl
Providence, RI 02903-3775
Director of Operations, Global CONNECT
University of California at San Diego
9500 Gilman Drive # 0176E
La Jolla, CA 92093-0176
Wilawan Educational Services
1617 Belvedere Blvd.
Silver Spring, MD 20902
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