Australia’s international education industry continues to move from strength to strength, recording it highest ever value. Schools and vocational education saw the most growth, but higher education continues to be the most valuable sector.
Student enrolments on English language courses in Australia rose to a record high last year, English Australia statistics have shown, but a significant drop from Europe slowed growth compared to previous years.
Australia is experiencing its strongest ever start to the year, bar its peak year of 2009, and has seen 21% growth across all international education sectors, latest AEI statistics have revealed. Yet growth is namely across higher education and Streamlined Visa Processing (SVP) providers, meaning it is not as balanced as it seems.
International student enrollments in Australia continued to fall for the fourth year in a row in every sector except English language teaching, according to the latest end-of-year statistics from the Australian government (AEI). The top five markets remained the same despite a 24.5% fall in enrollments to 53,396 from India.