A first of its kind report into exploitation of migrant workers in Australia has found 43% of international students are being underpaid by their employer, with problems affecting every nationality of student.
International students with significant health needs or disabilities could be restricted from studying in Australia because of regulations around who pays for the cost of their care, despite the fact that all temporary residents are banned from accessing public health care services anyway. Anton Crace reports.
A New Zealand MP has said the government will review offshore education agents and potentially introduce regulations to prevent unethical behaviour. Universities New Zealand welcomes scrutiny of quality counselling, without hindering NZ's appeal as a destination.