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Australia: Repeal day to relax university regulation

This week the Australian government will attempt to slash a number of federal laws in its first planned “repeal day” that will save AUD$1 billion a year in red tape. A number of “heavy handed” regulations affecting the university sector are set to be abolished in the process, a move that has been welcomed by international educators in the country.

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Urgent regulation needed in UK’s market-driven HE sector, report claims

As the UK’s HE sector shifts to a more demand-driven system, regulation needs to be greatly improved in order to protect students from failing universities which could threaten the UK’s global reputation, according to the Higher Education Commission. A tuition assurance scheme to protect students is among its central recommendations.

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DHS produces video guide to studying in the USA

International students interested in studying in the US have a new source of information on immigration rules and visa processes – a video produced by the Student Exchange Visitor Programme (SEVP) and posted on its recently launched Study in the States website. Student to Student: Studying in the States is the first video of its kind from the Department of Homeland Security.

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