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Migration pushes Australia to become the world’s 11th biggest economy

Migration pushes Australia to become the world’s 11th biggest economy

Population growth will help propel Australia to become the world’s 11th biggest economy within a decade, a report predicts. The London-based Centre for Economics and Business Research is forecasting Australia will climb two places on its world economic league table by 2026 from its current ranking of 13. Countries that depend on brainpower to drive […]

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A new record in Australian International Student numbers

A new record in Australian International Student numbers

Australia’s international education industry has strengthened across the board, pushing student numbers to new record levels according to the latest data. But doubts have started to emerge over how long the country can maintain its growth streak. Records continued to fall for Australian international education, but clouds are starting to form, as the country’s reliance […]

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5 Australian University Makes The Top 50 in World

5 Australian University Makes The Top 50 in World

 Five Australian university are among the world’s top 50 universities and 7 are in the top 100, according to a major global ranking that shows Australian universities have made overall improvements in all measures, including teaching, employability and research. Australian National University is the highest ranked in the country at 20th place in the 2018 QS World University […]

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International Students Bring $20 Billion to Australia / John Ross and Julie Hare

International Students Bring $20 Billion to Australia / John Ross and Julie Hare

International education experts believe the country may benefit even more from political and economic changes in Britain and the United States. International education’s value to Australia has surged past 20 billion Australian dollars ($14.8 billion U.S.), confirming the industry’s status as the country’s third-biggest earner and easily the largest export of services. New figures from the Australian […]

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Record migration to Australia for the fifth year running

Record migration to Australia  for the fifth year running

The Australian government has announced that the migration programs for 2017 will remain for the fifth year in a row at its highest level – 190,000 permanent residency places. Migration numbers according to categories will be 128,550 for skilled migration (including General Skilled Migration, permanent Employer Sponsorship and Business Skills) and 57,400 places for family […]

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Australian International Education Export Boom / Phil Honeywood

Australian International Education Export Boom / Phil Honeywood

Yet another review has landed on desks around Canberra. A newly released 160-page Productivity Commission paper on International Education Services has underlined what many of us who work in this dynamic sector already know. Not only is international education kicking goals for our beleaguered economy but it continues to enhance Australia’s global credentials. Notwithstanding this, […]

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International students love Australia, survey finds

International students love Australia, survey finds

Eighty eight per cent of international students are satisfied or very satisfied with their overall experience, outperforming similar competitor nations. A new report on international students’ experiences has found widespread satisfaction across all survey areas — learning, support on arrival, living and support services — at a rate higher than similar competitor nations. The lone […]

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28% Australians is Born Overseas

| January 30, 2015 | 0 Comments
28% Australians is Born Overseas

Australia’s multicultural landscape is as diverse as ever following the release of 2011 Census of Population and Housing data by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).New Census data has revealed that almost a quarter (24.6 per cent) of Australia’s population was born overseas and 43.1 per cent of people have at least one overseas-born parent. […]

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