June 23-26, 2015
Partnering for Student Success
Hosted by: The University of Melbourne
George D. Kuh - Presentation
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Invitation to Attend in 2015:
The University of Melbourne is delighted to host the second NACADA International Advising Conference and would like to welcome you to the city of Melbourne, ranked by The Economist as the world’s most liveable city.
The NACADA international conference occurs every two years on a different continent to enhance the visibility and relevance of higher and further education institutions and partners in supporting student success. It is a critical component in developing working partnerships and relationships across countries, languages and cultures in order to retain, develop, support and educate all students to graduation and beyond. It recognizes that students today undertake tertiary studies in a fast-paced environment that is technologically-enabled, educationally flexible and must be creatively supportive for our students to become workplace ready.
The University of Melbourne is Australia’s number one ranked university. Rated number 35 internationally, with Law at number 8, Education at number 2, and overall employability of our graduates at number 10 in the world, we are excited to host a conference that provides professional development, networking, research collaboration and presentation opportunities for academic, faculty, professional staff and students engaged in student support, development, research, and employability and learning skills.
The University of Melbourne, partnering with RMIT University, is delighted to welcome delegates from around the world to Australia for the first time, and to welcome back our friends and colleagues who have been here before.
We look forward to seeing you all in Melbourne in June 2015.
Catherine Mann, The University of Melbourne
Organizing Committee Chair