Bronte Neyland is responsible for leading, managing and developing Victoria University International (VUI) in its strategy and operations, as it pursues the strategic priority of sustained international growth at VU.
An international education specialist, Bronte has more than 12 years’ management experience in key roles - a number of which have been gained in senior management roles at VU within VUI. Over the past ten years, Bronte has made a key contribution to the international student growth achieved by VU.
A well-known and respected figure in the Australian international education, Bronte is a regular presenter at high profile workshops and conferences on key topics of international education. Her prominence in the sector was recognised in 2015 through her winning of a prestigious industry award - the Tracey McCabe Fellowship.
Bronte joined us in 2006 after five years at RMIT University. Prior to this she worked in local government in Japan for a number of years where she was involved in developing a sister-city relationship and undertaking interpreting and translating projects. She has also worked across Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas.
She holds a Master of Arts and a Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Arts from Monash University and is a fluent Japanese speaker.
Bronte has been active in the professional development of staff across the industry through the delivery of webinars, workshops and networking events on behalf of the International Education Association of Australia (IEAA). She has co-presented on the integration of digital marketing and student recruitment practices at:
- 2014 European Association for International Education Conference
- 2014 Asia-Pacific Association for International Education Conference
- 2013 Australian International Education Conference (AIEC)
Areas of expertise
- Commencing onshore international load and revenue forecasts
- International admissions
- International marketing and recruitment
- Print and digital communications for international student recruitment