Latest international students News

International education strategy announced
IRU leading way in diversification and offshore education
Take Look Inside QCS officer profile 26 November
VET fee relief until 1 July 2022
Strong international education sector is vital for strong post-COVID recovery
New way forward for international education
Fall 2021 introductory IoT seminar led by Tokyo Tech alumni
New citizenship option for skilled visa holders smart move
Covid concessions for offshore temporary graduate visa holders
Smart move to attract talent and boost Australian jobs
International Student Arrivals – update from TEQSA and ASQA
Visa changes to support reopening of Australia and our economic recovery
Visa changes provide certainty for skilled migrants and international students
New visa settings will expedite return of international students and attract skilled workers
Further support for international education sector and international students
Study Melbourne Hubs to open in Vietnam and Malaysia
Welcoming Back More International Students To Victoria
Study Melbourne Hubs In Vietnam, Malaysia To Open
Welcoming international students
Students and universities vital to Australia’s post-Covid recovery
International flights take off as Victoria’s visitor economy soars back to life
Return of international students and skilled migrants welcome boost for retail
New South Wales Vice-Chancellors’ Committee statement 22 November
ANU comment on international borders
Return of international arrivals partial release of pressure valve
Go8 welcomes back our international students
State inconsistencies remain barrier to international arrivals
Green light for international students
Further steps to reopen Australia and secure our economic recovery
Australia’s universities welcome back Singaporean students, colleagues and visitors
Support to bring students to regions
No Quarantine For Fully-Vaccinated International Students
Otago’s sustainability efforts recognised at Australasian awards
National Foundation for Australia-China relations grants 17 November
Morrison government strengthens Australia’s university sector to withstand foreign interference
‘What Happens Next?’: Do Migrants Matter?
New South Wales Vice-Chancellors’ Committee statement 12 November
Student Sentiment Survey project report released
Still no plan for worker shortage crisis
Australian Homestay Bookings Expected to Surge in 2022
Court hears man fell for sex worker, stole $800k to pay off her debt
More workers to support hospitality and accommodation to reopen, recover and rebuild
South Australian education institutions to collaborate for return of international students
ASQA Update 4 November
Abolish quarantine for all fully vaxxed arrivals
$200,000 to improve social and economic outcomes
University of Toronto president says universities to play key role as world recovers from Covid
TGA recognises two more Covid vaccines not registered in Australia but used widely internationally