Australia’s assistant minister for immigration and border protection, Alex Hawke, stepped in to address visa delays that struck the international education sector after the introduction of the SSVF in July.
More nuanced and culturally specific ways to engage with diverse refugee background communities are needed in Australia’s university system, according to a study on higher education engagement with refugees in the country.
A new report from the Centre for Global Higher Education concluded that private education providers serve to massify education, but transparency on value for money and student protection plans are inadequate.
Amid an eight-week election campaign followed by more than a week of counting and doubt over which party would form a government, Australian industry leaders say they are confident international education will remain buoyed by its recent upward trajectory.
Delegates at the Council of International Students Australia's National Conference have called on all education stakeholders to actively engage with international students to address the key issues facing Australia’s student population.