Melbourne EdTech Summit – 2 Day Pass


August 8 - 09:00 am


August 9 - 05:00 pm

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EduGrowth Australia EdTech


Deakin Downtown

Level 12, Tower 2 727 Collins Street, Melbourne, VIC 3008

Melbourne, VIC, AU, 3008

Reserve your seat at Australia’s premier EdTech conference – Melbourne EdTech Summit!


Think Big, Drive Change, Transform Learning

Celebrate Education Innovation!

This conference will discuss, debate and articulate a vision for the Australian education ecosystem’s role in driving real innovation across the education and skills sector, and its connection to the future of work.

Melbourne EdTech Summit is a two-day thought leadership program held at Deakin University, Melbourne CBD Campus.

Location: Deakin Downtown, 727 Collin Street Melbourne

Dates & Times:

Monday 8 August

9.00am – 5.00pm | Day 1 Program

5.30pm – 7.00pm | VIP Networking Reception

Tuesday 9 August

9.00am – 5.00pm | Day 2 Program


A light lunch and morning tea is provided on each day.

– Canapes and light refreshments provided at the VIP Networking Reception.


Full Program can be accessed via

Conference Themes

Disrupting Higher Education

Innovation and EdTech: a strategic prerequisite

– New models, new entrants: Education under pressure

– The future of digital assessment: students demanding a better experience

The Future Workforce

Credentialing corporate training and professional development

– Real skills in real time: technology revolutionising the workforce of the future

Connected Schools

Ethics in EdTech: beyond privacy, security and regulation

– Technologies supporting student wellbeing

Accelerating Australian EdTech

Co-Design and education partnership models

– Applying the triple helix model to education innovation

– Deep tech and deep learning: AI in student development

COVID Safe Event Information

We require guests to comply at all times with Department of Health regulations as well as instructions, procedures and advice from Deakin Downtown staff and Melbourne EdTech Summit event organisers.

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