Final opportunity to benefit from WYSTC 2014 early bird rates

Final opportunity to benefit from WYSTC 2014 early bird rates

WYSTC2014 DublinOur early bird rates end this Saturday, 31 May, so if you haven’t already, book now to benefit from our heavily discounted rates and save EUR 600 on full passes:

  Early Bird registration*
1 April – 31 May 2014
Regular registration*
1 June – 31 August 2014
Late / Onsite registration
1 – 26 September 2014
WYSE Travel Confederation Member
Full pass: 23 – 26 September 2014

EUR 1,199

EUR 1,799

EUR 2,399

Full pass: 23 – 26 September 2014

 EUR 1,799

 EUR 2,399

EUR 2,999

Day pass

EUR 599

 EUR 599

EUR 599


Please note that the early bird deadline won’t be extended, so don’t delay, book today!


WYSE Travel Confederation member discount

As you can see above, WYSE Travel Confederation members receive a substantial discount on non-member rates. Click here to learn more about membership opportunities and benefits.

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Association members could save up to 25% on WYSTC 2014 full passes!

If you are a member of an association – including IAPA – but not a WYSE Travel Confederation member – you may be eligible for a discount of up to 25% on our non-member full passes for WYSTC 2014.

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US Department of State and Generator Hostels to host seminars at WYSTC 2014

We are delighted to be welcoming back representatives from the US Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and Alliance for International Educational and Cultural Exchange, who will once again host the informative sessions on this popular programme:

Update on the J-1 visa programme

Robin Lerner, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Private Sector Exchange, US Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs

Don’t miss this insightful session led by Robin Lerner, who oversees the Exchange Visitor (J-1 Visa) Programme for the United States of America, which annually brings some 300,000 foreign citizens to the country to study, build skills and teach.

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The J-1 visa programme

Michael-McCarryMichael McCarry, Executive Director of the Alliance for International Educational and Cultural Exchange

The special session has become a popular fixture at WYSTC for over ten years. Organised by WYSE Travel Confederation and sector association WYSE Work and Volunteer Abroad, Michael McCarry will discuss any updates and changes in regulation and business practice in relation to the J-1 visa programme.

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Keeping your consumer close

Carl-MichelCarl Michel, Executive Chairman of Generator Hostels

Staying close to your customer has always been critical. But with so many channels to go on and with ever more powerful intermediaries trying to grab hold of relationships, how can businesses develop a consumer dialogue and encourage two-way engagement?

Carl Michel will lead this session which seeks to look at a variety of marketing tools and understand how the impact of mobile technology and new channels will both challenge and shape relationships with consumers.

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Click here to view our full educational programme