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British Council rates our higher education

Our international student credentials are stellar, a British organisation has determined. The British Council, a quasi-governmental organisation specialising in international cultural and educational opportunities, ranked Australia equal best overall, alongside Hong Kong, the Netherlands, Malaysia and the UK. In their global education study, ...

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International graduates’ degrees working

International students are overwhelmingly satisfied with their study experience for good reason: Australian degrees make them highly employable. A survey of 3,800 international graduates by the Australian Universities International Directors’ Forum (AUIDF) has found, “That graduate employment trends for international graduates are comparable ...

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Slow route to faster visas

Our public universities were the guinea pigs in the introduction of the streamlined visa for international students. Now it’s to be offered more widely. By Phil Honeywood. “Based on the institutional pain that was inflicted on the public universities when ...

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Welcome back

International enrolments have declined in recent years but are on the rise again. By Louis White The income derived from international students is essential for the financial survival of Australia’s universities, and after a brief hiatus the numbers are starting ...

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Help guide for foreign students

Race Discrimination Commissioner Helen Szoke has released principles to promote and protect the human rights of international students at the Australian International Education Conference, calling on organisations working with overseas students to ensure basic human rights are protected. “These principles ...

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