Last month, Campus Review (20.01.09) ran two articles relating to the social inclusion and integration of international students: one connected to quality assurance at Adelaide University, and the other a more personal reflection from IEAA president Stephen Connolly. Both perspectives are essential to the discussion about international student experience, from individual experience to systematic programs. It’s an important discussion for students, institutions and communities alike, but the issues are not new. In a successful and still-growing international education sector, a positive international student experience is, and has always been seen by many as both a social good and protection for the reputation and image of Australia as a friendly and welcoming host.
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