Can Australia rebound to be international students’ destination of choice when borders reopen?
Steven Greenland, Charles Darwin University; Bhanu Bhatia, Charles Darwin University; Muhammad Abid Saleem, Charles Darwin University, and Roopali Misra, Charles Darwin University
The COVID-19 pandemic is changing the face of international higher education. The sector, previously dominated by the US, UK and Australia, is losing billions to falling international student enrolments. However, our research identifies a golden opportunity for Australia to rebound as a top international study destination – but that depends on an urgent and proactive response to the pandemic’s challenges.
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