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Eastern promise: The rise of alt, pan-Asian study

Singapore, Hong Kong and Beijing, while famed and well-funded, aren’t the only destinations for Asian international students. Sociologist Yasmin Ortiga of the National University of Singapore has highlighted that Vietnam, the Philippines and provincial Chinese cities are increasingly enticing university options for the ...

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The pushback against overseas students

International education is facing an uncertain future. In unprecedented ways, study destination nations around the globe are addressing the community impact of tuition-fee-paying international students. Whether it be Theresa May’s policy of counting all overseas students as migrants, Donald Trump ...

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Solutions for improving international education

As Australia’s intake of international students continues to grow, “managed campus solutions” have arisen to help keep universities afloat in the international market. With international education now Australia’s third largest export, it comes as no surprise that organisations such as the ...

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Partnership with Indonesia the way of the future

Universities are increasingly looking to Indonesia for research partnerships and international study opportunities, experts say. The Australian International Education Conference, held in Hobart last week, saw professionals gather to discuss the state of the education industry, with a focus on ...

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