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Call for Paper | 2025 Conference of ENIS
Call for Paper | 2025 Conference of ENIS

Mon, Jul 15



Call for Paper | 2025 Conference of ENIS

Deadline: 3 October 2024 Link:

Timing and location

Jul 15, 2024, 8:00 AM GMT+3 – Oct 30, 2024, 11:59 PM GMT+2

Iași, Iași, Romania

About the event

Call for contributions (presentation, poster, and session proposals) from researchers and practitioners

2025 ENIS Conference

The Future of International Student Mobility

4-6 June 2025

Iasi, Romania

International Student Mobility (ISM) is a prominent aspect of Internationalization in Higher Education. Scholarly research on ISM has particularly intensified over the last two decades, which led to a significant improvement of our scientific and practical understanding of the determinants, experiences, and outcomes of ISM. The ENIS network, funded by the COST Association (CA20115), aims to stimulate a more systematic interdisciplinary and international exchange of knowledge on theoretical frameworks, research methodologies, findings, and best practice examples, and for connecting researchers and practitioners (

For our third Action conference, we invite contributions from scholars and practitioners from different fields and geographical contexts to contribute to our conference, aiming to stimulate comparative discussions and practical insights into ISM dynamics by bringing fragmented knowledge together, with the main aim of generating new interdisciplinary and innovative empirical perspectives on the phenomenon and translating these into tangible recommendations for stakeholders.

We invite individual presentations, posters, and session proposals tackling relevant ISM topics. Contributions can focus on the main conference theme (e.g., sustainability of international student mobility, future trends and patterns, innovative practices, new methodologies to study ISM, the impact of geopolitical tensions on ISM flows and trends, etc.), but are not limited to this theme. Individual presentations and poster proposals should shortly describe what you aim to cover (max. 500 words). Session proposals (max. 1,500 words) can be structured according to your ideal format for conveying the main message of the session (e.g. a ‘classical’ session of 3 presentations, workshops, campfire sessions, roundtables, etc.; the organization is very open towards innovative session formats).

Make sure to include the name and affiliation of all presenters, as well as a description of what each presenter will cover in the same document (preferably pdf). You are also invited to draft your own call for contributions for your session ideas, circulate it, and submit afterwards your session proposal (before the deadline of 3 October 2024). We would explicitly like to encourage both researchers and practitioners to submit a proposal, as the conference focuses both on research-related and/or practical issues.

All proposals will be assessed based on the quality of the contribution and the relevance of the content for ISM-researchers and practitioners. If a proposal is based on research, it is important to specify the background, methods, and main result(s).

Conference participation is free of charge, we will only request a small contribution for the lunches and conference dinner (approximately 100 euro).

Please submit your proposals here before 3 October 2024:

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We will inform all authors on whether their proposal is accepted at the latest before 28 November 2024. For more information about the conference, please contact Christof Van Mol, Ana Iolanda Voda or Alina Botezat.

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