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Education Minister discusses Labor’s proposed cap on international students

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"International education is an asset. It makes us money, it creates jobs here in the country, but it also does something else," Mr Clare said



Education Minister discusses Labor’s proposed cap on international students
9/06/2024
(See translation in Arabic section)
Sydney - Middle East Times Int’l: Education Minister Jason Clare has explained the government's new education services for overseas students amendment bill.
The new legislation involves the introduction of multiple ministerial powers, including the ability to pause the registration of new providers and new courses by registered providers.
"International education is an asset. It makes us money, it creates jobs here in the country, but it also does something else," Mr Clare told Sky News Australia.
"It makes sure that if someone studies here in Australia, they go back home and if they love their experience in Australia they take that back home with them.
"In the world we live in, that's really important.
"It's worth $48 billion and if we set this up and regulate it the right way, it'll help to make sure we can continue to have that sector grow over the long term."

 














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