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International education undermines domestic provision: Marginson

Federal government policy is driving rapid expansion of its revenue in international education. This is turn is resulting in universities failing to address static domestic participation rates and poor international research standings, Professor Simon Marginson told the second of five breakfast seminars hosted by the NTEU called ‘Is it all just a matter of degrees?’

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