A multicultural team from Greenwood College, composed of students some of whom have been learning English for only three years have won the prestigious WA Schools Debating Competition in the novice division.
Indian migrants now make up 1.8 per cent of Australia’s population, which is the fourth-largest migrant group in the country.
International education is Brisbane’s largest export market, and Brisbane City Council has launched an incentive scheme to attract the development of student accommodation.
Benchmarking data from the Australian Universities International Directors’ Forum has indicated that approximately three quarters of international students starting university in Australia applied through an education agent.
Dunya Alruhaimi is from Iraq, and is living and studying as an international student in Armidale.
Research by overseas education experts suggest that Australia has experienced a phase of innovation that has allowed it to remain competitive in attracting international students.
DiverseWerks presented at the recent National Multicultural Women’s Conference 2016 on 3 November 2016. The presentation focused on the experience of women in the international student labour market in Australia.
Changes to the points test have enhanced the pathway to permanent residence for international students who have completed Doctoral or Masters research-level qualifications.
OECD data reveals Australian tertiary education institutions are more successful in recruiting and retaining international students than their American counterparts.
Findings from the fifth annual survey from student recruitment firm IDP Education reveals that cultural diversity and safety are critical factors that international students consider when applying to study at an educational institution in Australia.