July 26, 2012
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The 2012 International Education Summit on the Occasion of the G8, which was organized and convened by the Institute of International Education, brought together 50 high-level delegates from 15 countries and the European Union. At the Summit, education leaders from G8 and other nations representing the major national exchange organizations and government agencies involved in international academic mobility engaged in a hands-on discussion of national priorities and educational cooperation among nations.

As a means of assisting educational policy-makers and practitioners in advancing their internationalization goals and their efforts to build partnerships and advance academic cooperation among nations, IIE has issued a detailed summary and key takeaways from each of the G8 sessions. In addition, each delegation submitted a formal statement,  "National Priorities in the Area of Promotion of Internationalization of Higher Education: Recent Developments and Future Trends." The numerous resources that stemmed from this Summit include:
About the 2012 Summit on the Occasion of the G8
The delegations involved in the 2012 Summit on the Occasion of the G8 represented Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, the European Union, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Qatar, the Russian Federation, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

The Summit focused on three major themes: Economic Impact, Academic Mobility, and Institutional Cooperation. Participants addressed various differences and obstacles to cooperation, while affirming that they shared the same overarching goals: to increase the movement of students across international borders, expand enrollment in postsecondary education, and produce graduates who are globally competent and culturally fluent.

For more information and all related materials, please visit the International Education Summit event website.
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