Study in Australia: International Education Council Helps To Drive Jobs And Growth

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Study in Australia: International Education Council Helps To Drive Jobs And Growth
Victoria, one of the best study destinations in Australia, has boosted on the top list for study destinations. 

It was announced by Tim Pallas (Minister for Trade), that Mr Brumpy, Chancellor of Latrobe University and a also former Victorian Premier. He will continue his important work at the helm of the Advisory Council. Which provides advice to the government on policies and issues related to Victoria’s renowned international education sector. Additionally, to help the Andrews Labor Government develop the International Education Recovery Plan 2025. Also, setting a strong foundation for the sector’s post pandemic resurgence. 


Moreover, Victoria’s international education sector has rebounded strongly. With the number of student visa holders studying in Victoria doubling to more than 1,40,000. Since, borders reopened at the end of 2021.  Furthermore, Victoria’s international education sector is Victoria’s third biggest export earner behind fiber, manufacturing and food. Also, generating $6.9 billion in export revenue and supporting more than 40,000 jobs. 

Moreover, in addition to the appointment of Mr Brumpy, the Labor Government has also appointed international education leaders Layton Pike (RMIT University), Carolyn Chong (Federation University) and Michelle Hoodbhoy (Monash University) to the Advisory Council.

Melbourne: Australia’s Top Student City

Furthermore, Melbourne is consistently named Australia’s top student city. Also, it was ranked fifth overall. Moreover stated by the International Education Advisory Council. “The council has delivered some terrific outcomes, and have no doubt that it will continue to lead strategic thinking. Also, on quality and innovation in Victoria’s international education sector through to 2024-2025. 

The International Education Advisory Council is looking forward to leading the group of strategic thinkers to advance Melbourne’s and Victoria’s reputation as destinations of choice for international students.  Further, the education that Australian institutions give international students is a valuable instrument for fostering cross-cultural understanding and enduring relationships. “We are slowly but surely regaining the strength we had before the pandemic. For the benefit of our universities and all Australians, the sooner we arrive there, the better”.

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