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2017 Conference Queenstown

20th Annual NZACE Conference

International Conference: Cooperative and Work-Integrated Education

April 26th – 28th, 2017

Conference Starts: Midday, April 26th Conference Concludes: Lunch time, April 28th

Online Registration Now Open

Any questions about registration or the conference, contact info@nzace.ac.nz

Theme: Celebrating 25 Years With Lifelong Learning

The annual conference of NZACE Inc. is noted as a supportive and inspirational conference focussed on cooperative work-integrated education. It embraces all forms of experiential learning utilised by industry and educational institutions such as cooperative education, work-integrated learning (WIL), practicum, vocational education, industry-based learning, sandwich courses. nzaceconf2017

General aims of the conference

  • to report research in work-integrated learning/cooperative education in New Zealand
  • to debate topical issues
  • to report on best practice & innovative features
It is also intended that the conference may help practitioners involved in work-integrated learning and NZACE members enhance their research and publishing capability.

Conference streams

  • Research papers
  • Topical issues
  • Best practice
  • Student posters


The 20th Annual NZACE Conference will be held in the Beautiful Hotel St. Moritz, Queenstown, NZ. The hotel has opened room accommodations for this event at exclusive NZACE rates. Click the button for details and bookings.
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Alternative Hotel Accomodation

Alternative to the Hotel St. Moritz, we would like to recommend the following options for consideration: The Rydges Queenstown (click to be taken to the website) NOTE: if you are considering this accommodation, this link may take you to a listing for a Rydges Hotel  close to your geographical location. Please ensure that you are booking for the Queenstown hotel under the booking selection. and Peppers Beacon Queenstown (click to be taken to the website)
Key dates:  
  • Abstracts – due 16th December, 2016
  • End January: Online registration opens
  • Papers for proceedings due: 28 February, 2017
  • End of March – one presenter from each paper needs to be registered in order to be included in the programme
  • End of March – early bird registration closes
  • Monday April 24 – online registration (with payment by credit card) closes
  • Presentations – due 20th April 2017

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