Navigating the global mobility landscape within the university setting presents unique challenges, from varying employment arrangements to budget constraints and international jurisdictions. These complexities require a specialised understanding that goes beyond the typical scope of mobility management.
Join us for an event created by university mobility professionals, specifically for university mobility professionals. This event is tailored to address the specific intricacies and challenges encountered in managing global mobility within the tertiary education and research sector.
This event provides a platform for in-house university global mobility professionals to come together, exchange experiences, and delve into the pressing issues affecting global mobility. University in-house mobility professionals will have the opportunity to share experiences, ideas, and issues with like-minded peers who understand the challenges that can arise during the event.
Furthermore, we have invited external advisors with a wealth of experience in the university sector to ensure they bring a well-rounded perspective on the complexities of global mobility.
Introduction and Icebreaker
Presented by Aristotle Paipetis, Principal, & Tatiana Paipetis, Manager, Visa Lawyers Australia
Present and discuss on the findings of a recent survey regarding global mobility and policies at Australian universities.
Presented by Nicelle Galeano, Global Mobility Lead, CSIRO
Lunch and networking
Panel discussion hosted by
Tracey Glyde, Senior Advisor, Curtin University
Karla Costa, Principal, Mercer
Justin Batticciotto, Associate Director – Tax, SW Accountants & Advisors
Facilitated by Crown
Day one concludes.
Nisha will discuss the experiences of Monash University’s mobility team as they oversee an international mobility program for the university.
Presented by Nisha Khehra, Global Mobility Manager, Monash University
Provide insights and suggestions for growing your personal brand.
Presented by Vincent Tackoen, Managing Partner at Talent Mobility Search
Post-it notes session: Open discussion on any additional subjects we gathered over the past two days.
Day two concludes. Thank you for coming.