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Australia Opens the Door for International Students to Come Back in Country

Scott Morrison

International students could be allowed to come back into Australia as early as Jun – July with the federal government approving it will consider an absolution to the travel restriction.

The federal government of Australia has confirmed it will consider relieving international students from Australia’s travel ban as early as possible by July 2020. Prime Minister Scott Morrison disclosed a national three-stage context out of COVID-19 restrictions on Friday that opened the door for international students to return to Australia for study asap.

While some very limitations around the exclusion have not been summarized, Mr. Morrison said it would only be performed if extremely strict quarantine controls were convened.

He said. We are opening the doors, and we would be working with institutes to see how we could be achieved together.

At least 10 to 15 percent of international students enrolled at Australian universities are trapped oversea. Australian universities are likely to record huge losses as a cause of forced campus shutting down and travel restrictions in Australia.

“It’s fact that short of international students coming back into the country, Australia’s fourth-largest industry is in the main crisis, said by Phil Honeywood ” International Education Association of Australia”

The next semester is about to start very soon, few of them have accepted a conditional offer but they don’t aware if they could take it,” Belle Lim of the Council of International Students Australia said. Some Internationals students do not know if they can come back to Australia in the Covid-19 travel ban in Australia.

If you are having a question regarding study permit, Student Visa extension, or any migration-related query, feel free to contact Registered Migration agent on 61-3-96630944

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