Sun, 20 Sep 2015
As ABDC member schools graduate two-thirds of international university students in Australia, we welcome simplified streamlined visa processing and the Productivity Commission’s recommendations to introduce nationwide transport concessions and to look at regulatory changes that enable more flexible and innovative course delivery for international students onshore. Although currently one in five university business schools are ranked among the top 200 worldwide, in an increasingly complex and global international education market, our international reputation is at risk. Australia needs to do more to sustainably grow the international education sector and attract the best international students and academics.
Australia needs to ensure our broader immigration, education and industry policy settings support a quality education environment and provide learning experiences that respond to students' expectations. ABDC suggests recommendations for policies that enable:
Productivity Commission Issues Paper "Barriers to Export Services " - Sept 2015Download or View