The Australian and New Zealand Comparative and International Education Society is a non-profit organisation
that brings scholars and researchers together to:
- encourage collaborative links between those concerned with comparative and international education in Australia, New Zealand and the surrounding region;
- foster a high standard in the teaching and study of comparative and international education at all levels; and
- facilitate the dissemination of knowledge about research and practice in comparative and international education.
Professor Colin Power, Brian Denman, and Professor Phillip Jones at ANZCIES 2009.
Whether you are a contributing member of the society or an interested guest, we would like to welcome you.
Our organisation is one of 40 societies from around the world which represent the World Congress of Comparative Societies (WCCES).
ANZCIES aims to foster excellence in comparative and international education within our region by organising an annual conference and publishing its conference proceedings.
The purpose of ANZCIES is to increase the rigor of research in comparative and international education and to assist in communicating results to policy
makers and the public within the region.
Please check this website regularly for updated information about our annual conference, upcoming events, scholarship opportunities, and our call for papers.