Around 83 percent of students surveyed said that their parents’ incomes have declined and 77 percent did not know if they could pay next semester’s tuition.
The success of Australia’s higher education sector is due, in part, to the sector’s capacity to attract international students.
The AIC’s recent In Conversation webinar brought together three industry leaders, from universities, TAFEs and EdTech, to discuss rapid changes in the marketing and delivery of their various services.
International collaboration is an important part of today’s science and through our PAIR model we are actively attempting to create a level playing field.
To recover and prosper the sector must accelerate diversification of its key student source markets, embrace online and offshore delivery models, and capitalise on our advantages.
As the world looks for fresh ideas to navigate the COVID-19 crisis, hear from three scholars about the role of universities during global challenges, and how they’re adjusting to new ways of learning.
International education is Australia’s largest services export, valued at $35.2 billion, and its vulnerabilities have been exposed in its reliance on bringing Read more
In just a few months the vulnerabilities of the nation’s multi-billion-dollar education sector have been laid bare and forced providers to consider their international strategy.
In 2018 in South Sulawesi we assessed the ways in which poverty is experienced by individuals across fifteen dimensions. The results are relevant now, because of increased uncertainty and anxiety.
To have a valuable cultural experience here, even just to significantly improve one’s English-language skills, cross-cultural socialisation is key.
Desire for visibility and political pragmatism help propel archipelago’s institutions up league table.
Complementarities between the two nations’ economies continue to develop, challenged by inward looking reactions to the crisis, but at the same time buoyed by new priorities, digitisation and more.
Many students cannot afford stable and speedy connections, though some universities have tried to help students overcome this by providing free internet quotas.
There are encouraging indications that the two-decade decline in the study of Indonesian at Australian universities has been halted and even reversed at some institutions.
Go8 universities are proud to have hosted over 5,000 enrolments from Indonesian nationals in 2019, over 300 of whom were engaged in research studies in key areas such as Engineering, the Sciences and Health.
COVID-19 increases risk to international students’ mental health. Australia urgently needs to step up
International students, most of whom are on temporary visas, have been excluded from the goverment’s A$130 billion stimulus package.