Skip to main content

The IC Global Community

We believe internationalisation and global engagement is about connections and community and this is why we created The IC community. We hope you will join us. By joining our community, you will be invited to attend complimentary IC Global Cafés, which provide the international education sector with cutting-edge knowledge and advice from global experts and influencers.

Look out for links to join future IC Global Cafés in The IC Global newsletters.

The IC Global Cafés

The IC Cafés

Heads and Directors Community

As well as joining IC Global Cafés, you will automatically be invited to The IC Cafés, if you are a University Head or Director of International. The IC Cafés are tailored to a more senior level to help you to grow your knowledge, skills and networks, both as an individual and as a leader or manager of others in the international education sector.

Reasons to join us

We are building a global community of like minded professionals to encourage inclusivity, engagement, collaboration and global learning

Our community represents international education sector professionals and institutions globally

We share best practice and discuss critical issues affecting internationalisation and global engagement of education NOW

You will hear different perspectives, practitioner opinions and global insights

The IC Global community meets at The IC Global Café online, a friendly and reflective space where colleagues can be reassured they are not alone

We will be planting trees whenever someone joins our online events to help offset our IC community carbon footprint.

Our Community´s Voice

“You provided wonderful insights on international education”

Shalini Choudhary, Regional ManagerKV Services, India

“... the most useful webinar since lockdown … really interesting and does make you think about what the end result will be.”

Suzy Giles, Managing DirectorGiles Global, Netherlands

“I think that The IC is an incredibly useful organisation that has led the way in supporting myself and colleagues through one of our most challenging times.”

Samuel Jackson-Royle, Director of InternationalBangor University, UK

“It's good to have a curated virtual space to share with colleagues who are seeking solutions to common problems in these unprecedented circumstances.”

Peter Clack, Director of Global ExeterUniversity of Exeter, UK

“I will try to participate in every Café session as much as possible. I have found the sessions’ informal nature very uplifting and I also felt connected by getting updates and hearing thoughts of the peers and sector experts from my remote office at my home”

Melike Kahraman Ustun, International Marketing ManagerSabanci University, Turkey

“I have very much enjoyed the exchange of ideas with other professionals. Everyone is polite, respectful, and obviously cares about what is important: the students!”

Lisa Atkins, Client AdvisorIQB Career Services GmbH, Germany

“I gained a lot of knowledge and insight regarding international education. It helps a lot in my job field”

Rio Pribadi, Head of the Office of International AffairsUniversitas Islam Sultan Agung (UNISSULA) Semarang, Indonesia

“It has been a wonderful opportunity to share a common experience with peers at other institutions”

Douglas Proctor, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Global EngagementSwinburne University of Technology, Australia