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Australian transnational education: Navigating through the COVID-19 storm

In October 2019, my colleague and I wrote a commentary in The Australian about the need for Australian universities to prepare and safeguard offshore students who are affected by political unrest. The recent outbreak of COVID-19 further exposes that many Australian universities could be over-reliant on specific markets for their international market and probably transnational education.

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