Published On: Thu, Nov 25th, 2021
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International Education Boosted by a Multimillion Dollar Grant in a Bid to Win Back Overseas Studentson November 25, 2021 at 7:39 am

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International education providers hit hard by COVID-19 will have access to a $37 million (US$26.6 million) federal government boost in an attempt to win back students next year. The new measures would see almost $28 million (US$20 million) given in regulatory fee relief, while more than $9 million (US$6.4 million) provided in grants would go to institutions offering English language intensive courses for overseas students. The new settings will also extend measures to protect the post-study work rights of international students and extend the temporary graduate visa from two to three years for masters by coursework graduates. “This will help ensure the rapid return of international students,” Minister for Education and Youth Alan Tudge said. “It provides clear incentives for institutions and students and ensures students are not disadvantaged from being prevented from coming to Australia earlier.” It is considered as part of the federal government’s plan to revive the …

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