Facing major financial losses, universities are looking to be more prepared to future shocks but won't temper their reliance on international students
Facing major financial losses, universities are looking to be more prepared to future shocks but won't temper their reliance on international students.
Australia's international education is worth more than $38 billion annually. Chinese nationals account for a third of international students and are especially concentrated in the elite Group of Eight universities."Universities need financial certainty as much as they need policy certainty – and there hasn’t been much of either in recent years," she will say.
Read more: The Sydney Morning Herald
You always know an organisation by their response when things get difficult. Do they stick with their values or sell out to $. ''A serious funding boost will shield universities from the shock of international crises like the coronavirus ' even with more gov funding unis would still take foreign students to make money They r gluttons
The way that lady in The photo has that face mask on is a joke it is not sealed to her face at all , keep spreading it lol Because financial losses so the universities compensate A1500 to mainland Chinese students with guardians transit from third countries to Australia? And risk China virus outbreak in this country?
Of course they won't kill theirs cash-cows; they'll milk them till their udders fall off, while Australian students bear the burden of the impact on their right to a decent education unimpeded by the effects of their institutional greed. It's a national disgrace. The Universities I heard about trying to circumvent our quarantine restrictions by offering students to quarantine in an intermediary country imo show unconscionable behaviour, inflicting exposure onto them .😡
Only just now looking to be more prepared for future threats to their viability? What sort of business plan only considers one source of revenue? Answer: not a very good one. High six-figure uni bosses continue the fraud.
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