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Export education takes control with multiple initiatives

Still reeling from a downturn that has knocked $2.2 billion from its export value in the past year, Australia’s international education sector has come out fighting at the 25th annual conference in Adelaide.
Coinciding with the Australian International Education Conference (AIEC) were multiple initiatives, each designed to help the embattled sector seize control of its destiny. First, a strategic vision statement and eight guiding principles crafted under the leadership of the RMIT-based International Education Association of Australia (IEAA). Although brief, the document commits the sector to long-term quality and ethical responsibilities, at the same time defining the direction policy makers should follow.

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