Record numbers of students reported symptoms of anxiety and depression during the pandemic, but mental health experts have cautioned that scores more also suffering, yet not seeking treatment or accessing resources. Maureen Manning finds out more.
International students considering Australia are twice as likely to experience very low life satisfaction and are at a higher risk of suffering from depression, according to a new report. The findings have substantial implications for education providers.
Feeling welcomed by an Australian university is more important than reputation and ranking for prospective students, according to a survey from QS. However, researchers indicate that career prospects remain the highest factor for choosing a course.
There is a significant gap between what institutions and students consider to be a successful study experience, delegates heard during last month's International Education Providers Forum in Australia.