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Risky business

Taking for granted government funding brings with it a risk of taking for granted the international student market, says Tony Adams.   It is still a while away before we have to make plans for this year’s Australian International Education ...

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Credit where credit’s due

Creating global pathways should not be beyond our capability, says Tony Adams.   One of the more intractable issues that have confronted international education, and for that matter domestic education, has been the attitudes of many universities and academics to ...

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Rosy picture for international enrolments

AEI data shows healthy trends for higher education, ELICOS and schools, but Tony Adams says a spike in VET enrolments is cause for alarm.   The March year to date AEI international commencing and enrolling figures have now been released ...

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America re-emerging

The US has shown signs of positive growth in international student numbers. Will it knock Australia off its perch, asks Tony Adams.   From time to time, Australian international student recruiters have understandable bouts of paranoia about the competition. Through ...

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