16 April 2024 at 10:30 am

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Risk ratings could 'damage' long term health of Australian education sector 

The latest release of immigration risk ratings for international education providers in Australia has raised questions about the best approach to ensure the sustainability of the sector. 



The Brazilian outbound market is continuing to grow after a post-Covid boom with increases across several products and new destinations emerging, while the role of the agent has become even more important. 



Canadian Immigration Minister Marc Miller has announced an official national cap allocation of study permit applications for this year. 


United Kingdom 

But what do international students think of these proposed policy changes, and to what extent is it really having an impact on their interest in studying in the UK? 



Is the drive for internationalisation grinding to a global halt? Entry to major HE providers is getting tougher just as pressure rises within universities to attract ever greater numbers of international students. 


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