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ECIS Conference in Nice November 16, 2010

Posted by Alex, Managing Director in Conferences, International education.
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A four-strong team from John Catt Educational will be heading to the ECIS Autumn Conference in Nice on Wednesday. Publishing Director Derek, Account Executive Maddie, Accounts guru Cat and Editor Alex will be spending this evening scrabbling around in long-unopened draws to find their passports before flying out from Gatwick tomorrow evening.

If you are lucky enough to be attending, do stop by our exhibition stand and say hello.

The ECIS Conference is traditionally a fantastic event for exhibitors and delegates alike – and this year’s programme of speakers should ensure that we are in for another enlightening and inspiring few days.  The programme of speakers looks to again be full and varied, with over 30 different subject areas.

It is also a great chance for us to meet with some of the many fantastic writers and editors who contribute to John Catt publications – and on that subject International School (is) magazine editor Caroline Ellwood will be presenting a session on Sunday entitled: Writing for publication; opportunities in ‘IS Magazine’ and ‘The International Schools Journal’, an informal session outlining what is expected from contributors and gathering suggestions for future issues.

If you are attending the conference in Nice and doing research for an advanced degree, working on an exciting and innovative project, or have a bee in your bonnet about some aspect of education that you wish to share with others, then head along to explore the possibilities.

If you are not attending but do have an interest in writing for any John Catt publication, drop a line to editor Alex: alexsharratt@johncatt.com

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