International education plays a vital role in Australia’s economy. However, the ongoing rental crisis is severely impacting the lives of international students, raising concerns among an increasing number of people. Alex Gao, a postgraduate student […]
The Australian Government has recently announced that eligible international tertiary education graduates will be given the right to work for an additional two years after graduation. In addition, there are extra eight hours of work […]
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In November 2022, the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA), responsible for the supervision and quality assurance of national higher education, suggested that Australian universities should transition from remote courses to normal offline courses before […]
Story background A breakthrough in enterprise bargaining between The National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) and the University of Sydney for a new industrial agreement was seen with the cancellation of a planned strike from May […]
Story & Angle As the pandemic subsides, a large number of international students return to Australia, which means they must rebuild their lives alone in an unfamiliar environment. According to one study, these students face […]
Story Topic, Angle and Genre Australia’s spiked COVID-19 cases forced universities to move courses online. The outbreak happened too rapidly, posing great challenges for universities and students, both of whom have to adapt to the […]