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Australia’s global standing: How do we stack up?

Australia has a mixed report card when it comes to its achievements in international education Brazil recently played host to a meeting of international education associations from around the globe to debate challenges currently impacting on the international education sector. In ...

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International education tells its story

The industry can no longer be criticised for failing to convey its value and relevance. From the Colombo Plan to the Knight review, the story of international education is now documented, illustrated and bound in a 450-page book. Launched by ...

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Sector must be heard, says new IEAA chief

The international education sector has a tendency to “slip through the cracks” in this country, and that’s something that the International Education Association of Australia’s new chief plans to change. Phil Honeywood, IEAA’s new chief executive, started in the job last ...

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