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A repair manual for international education: better policy, better policing

Poor federal skilled migration policy and inadequate state regulation are at the heart of the crisis in international education, according to the heads of the industry’s professional association and its biggest recruiter. And they say that while Australian education’s international reputation has taken a body blow, the industry will recover.

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