Become a speaker
The call for session proposals for all IUNC conferences is open now
Approved speakers will get a 30% discount to the current registration fee rate

Share your knowledge and expertise as well as best practice examples with an audience of higher education professionals by becoming a speaker at a future IUNC.
There are three different formats for sessions:
  • Panel sessions: thought-provoking presentations and/or presentations introducing a novel idea followed by discussions with the audience.
  • Roundtable sessions: active group discussions on specific current topics introduced by the moderators.
  • Other types of sessions: you are free to use your creativity and suggest new formats to us.

How long do they last?

15-50 minutes.

Who can submit a proposal?
All conference participants can submit their proposals.

What does it cost?
Attendance of all sessions are included in the conference participation fee for all participants. There is no additional fee to be paid or additional registration required for those who wish to attend any sessions. The speakers are not supposed to get any honorarium for the presentations. They do not pay any additional fees for making the presentations.

Who is involved?
One moderator who is in charge of leading the discussion, and from one to five presenters who share their viewpoints and engage in a discussion. It is recommended that approximately one-third of the session is dedicated to questions and answers, discussions or other formats that encourage audience participation.

Other formats
Other innovative methods of presenting and outlining a session are welcomed and encouraged – for example very small group discussions, question and answer sessions, interactive games, for and against debates, illustrating with film, etc. Feel free to use your creativity in creating a new session format! We would love to hear your ideas!

IMPORTANT:
Each IUNC attendee either participant or speaker has to bear his/her travel and accommodation costs and any additional costs if needed.
Apply to become a speaker
Name
University (organization)
Position at University (organization)
E-mail
Phone
Presentation topic
Duration of the presentation
Speaker`s bio (brief)
Audience description
Abstract
Type of the presentation
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