International education is at exceeding point and we need a national tactic to temporary and permanent immigration to avert this around $50 billion industry from dropping over.
And as campuses gear up for another academic year program, nothing has changed for the international education district. The federal government has still not declared a timeline for the arrival of international students and there are no initial programs approved yet for 2021 to bring international students into Australia.
English language colleges are short of International students, and these are the feeders for universities and private colleges throughout the country.
States have been performing as much as they can to boost the sector, from their financial assistance last year to those students harshly affected by the failure of jobs when the pandemic hit the country, to their beginning of pilot programs and unceasing negotiation with federal government to convey students back.
Most importantly, the states want International students to stay and keenly encourage them to do so with attractive pathways for those who study in colleges and universities in their towns and towns. It is the federal government that intends to keep the divide in place, forcing it hard to approve a student visa if the intention is considered as students wanting to remain forever.
Every state, excepting for Victoria and Queensland, has now published its full list of occupations for skilled migration and some have made it profusely clear that they want students to stay. South Australia’s Study Adelaide web site promotes migration pathways – whereas Tasmania offers pathways for those who study from a Certificate IV to a Diploma courses.
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