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Will the Accord have a ‘wealth tax’?

Labor’s Universities Accord ­review of higher education is ­expected to back a financial levy on universities based on their broader levels of revenue, a move designed to penalise the institutions with large numbers of international students without explicitly saying so. The ...

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Notre Dame hires international student recruiter

Notre Dame University is the first Australian university to partner with Oxford International Education Group (OIEG) to boost its international student enrolments. The Catholic university with campuses in Sydney in NSW and Fremantle and Broome in WA has over 11,000 ...

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Students ditch Australia for cheaper overseas options

Students are fleeing Australia for free and low-fee universities around the world as the cost of living crisis and HECS pushes higher education further out of reach. Countries attracting the most Aussie ex-pats – ranked from least expensive living costs ...

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Unions NSW stands up for international students

Unions NSW has recommended each state and territory reconsider work and travel restrictions on international students to ease cost of living pressures as fears about the possible overseas student tax looms. The union said overseas students are being disproportionately affected ...

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WSU to open its doors in Indonesia

Western Sydney University (WSU) will open the doors to it's first overseas campus in September next year, focusing on delivering degrees 'for employers' in the STEM and business fields. The Surabaya campus is in Pakuwon Tower, located in central Surabaya, and is ...

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