BAICE AGM – Highlights

The BAICE AGM was held at New College, Oxford on 16th September. Many thanks to all the members, who joined us. Changes to the BAICE Exec We thanked the BAICE officers, who give their time voluntarily to the association. Special thanks go to outgoing officers. Michael Crossley and Terra Sprague … Read more →

BAICE Student Travel Bursaries

BAICE is awarding a small number of travel bursaries, up to the value of £3000, to doctoral researchers in the field of comparative and international education. The bursaries will support students based at institutions in the United Kingdom to carry out international fieldwork for their doctorate. The awards will cover international … Read more →

2016 BAICE Conference at Nottingham

The 2016 BAICE Conference will be 12-14 September 2016 at the University of Nottingham. The Conference theme will be ‘Achieving and Sustaining Quality Learning’. How can diverse stakeholders work together to improve the quality of learning? What impact do global agendas have, positively or negatively, on practices within education systems and in the classroom? … Read more →

BAICE Presidential Address at UKFIET: ‘Learning for Sustainable Futures’ much more than the Education goal

BAICE President, Prof. Kenneth King, will be talking about education, learning and the new Sustainable Development Goals in his Presidential Address at the UKFIET Confernce, titled “The Global Targeting of Education and Skill: Policy History and Comparative Perspective’.  All conference participants are warmly welcome to listen the address onWednesday 16th … Read more →

Don’t miss BAICE at the UKFIET 2015 Conference

Wednesday is BAICE day at the UKFIET 2015 in Oxford, 15-17th September. Support BAICE by turning up to these events: 4pm, South School Prof. Kenneth King will be delivering the BAICE presidential address, titled “The Global Targeting of Education and Skilll: Policy History and Comparative Perspective”. Annual General Meeting, 6-7 pm in New College, Lecture Room. Wine and nibbles … Read more →