Australian universities warn of economic ripple effect if international students remain locked out

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Sumary of Australian universities warn of economic ripple effect if international students remain locked out:

  • A rmit spokesperson said it was working closely with the Victorian government on a state-wide come that will allow international students to enter Victoria.
  • If countries like Canada and the UK control a significant market share now, then that might have long-term consequences for Australia, which would compromise Australia’s economic recovery once borders reopen.
  • While the impacts of delays will be significant on UTS and the higher education sector, the impacts on the wider Australian economy – in retail, hospitality – will be much larger, he said.
  • A spokeswoman for the University of Sydney said the uncertainty of the latest comments meant students could move to competing universities in Canada or the United Kingdom.

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