Special Annual Meeting Edition: Issue 3, May 2016 No images? View the webversion
Welcome to Cape Town
Logistics in Cape Town
Details for GDN's Fifth Annual Meeting, 17-19 May 2016‚Äč
GDN and its host South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) are delighted to welcome delegates from around the world, to the Protea Hotel Breakwater Lodge Waterfront and The Table Bay Hotel in Cape Town, South Africa. Here's what you need to know!
Logistical Details for Cape Town
 
The PIE News features the Groningen Declaration Network
GDN Featured in the PIE News
Global Coverage in advance of Annual Meeting
More than 17,000 subscribers to The PIE News read about the Groningen Declaration Meeting in the popular PIE Chat. Based in London, the highly respected media and consultancy platform serves Professionals in International Education, around the world.
Read GDN's slice of PIE
 
Summary of ARUCC's Canada-wide GDN Survey
Canada's progress toward data exchange
Supporting GDN ideals with a national model
Raising awareness and conducting a 'readiness and willingness' survey are two critical steps in establishing a national data exchange model, according to GDN signatory Association of Registrars of the Universities and Colleges of Canada (ARUCC).
Learn more about the journey
 
Another fruitful collaboration within the GD Network
Another fruitful collaboration within GDN
Illustrating the power of the network
Groningen Declaration Network signatories China Higher Education Student Information and Career Center (CHESICC) and Parchment launch a new service after completing a rigorous beta with the University of Nebraska at Omaha and the University of Texas.
China / USA Teamwork, via GDN
 
Thank you to all GDN sponsors
Thank you to all GDN sponsors
Many reasons to celebrate GDN's Fifth Annual Meeting
The Executive Committee of the Groningen Declaration Network extends its heartfelt appreciation to many colleagues and organizations who contributed their time, talent and treasure to preparing for the event in Cape Town.
With warm appreciation