Fri, 15 May 2015
In our response to the Productivity Commission's Paper on 'Barriers to Export Services', ABDC supports policies and initiatives that recognise how important international education is to Australia's economic, social and cultural infrastructure. In particular, we welcome policy changes that invest in a quality higher education and recognise the crucial role of business schools in developing a sustainable, globally competitive and quality international education sector in Australia.
If Australia wants to remain an attractive destination for international students it is imperative that we provide learning experiences that respond to students' expectations and that our broader immigration and education policy settings also support this objective.
Productivity Commission Issues Paper on "Barriers to Export Services " - Sept 2015Download or View