It further strengthens our international reputation for high quality education and training, drives collaboration in education and research, and increases opportunities for Australian providers and communities.
The National Strategy is based on three broad pillars:
- strengthening the fundamentals of Australia’s education, training and research system and our regulatory, quality assurance and consumer protection arrangements
- transformative partnerships between people, institutions and governments, at home and abroad
- competing globally by responding to global education and skills needs and taking advantage of emerging opportunities.
To view the National Strategy, visit nsie.education.gov.au.
Complementing the National Strategy, the Australian International Education 2025 (AIE2025) market development roadmap will position Australia to capitalise on new opportunities and markets over the next decade.
The Australia Global Alumni Engagement Strategy will strengthen the relationships with our alumni to grow our diplomatic, trade and investment links.
The National Strategy also aligns with the National Innovation and Science Agenda, which aims to further enhance Australia’s global reputation as a leader in research and education into the future.
Council for International Education
The Council for International Education held its first meeting on Wednesday 23 November 2016 at Parliament House.
The Council supports the implementation of the National Strategy for International Education 2025 (The National Strategy) and the Australian International Education 2025 market development roadmap. Council membership consists of experienced international education experts and practitioners and Australian Government ministers with portfolio responsibilities in international education.
Council membership includes:
- The Hon Dan Tehan MP, Minister for Education (Chair)
- The Hon Marise Payne MP, Minister for Foreign Affairs
- Senator the Hon Simon Birmingham, Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment
- The Hon David Coleman MP, Minister for Immigration, Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs
- Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash, Minister for Small and Family Business, Skills and Vocational Education
- The Hon Karen Andrews MP, Minister for Industry, Science and Technology
- Professor Kent Anderson – Strategic Advisor to the Vice-Chancellor, University of Newcastle
- Mr Brett Blacker – CEO, English Australia
- Professor Heather Cavanagh – Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Engagement), Charles Sturt University
- The Hon Phil Honeywood – CEO, International Education Association of Australia
- Ms Tracey Horton AO – Non-Executive Chairman, Navitas
- Ms Karyn Kent – CEO, StudyAdelaide
- Mr Bijay Sapkota – President, Council of International Students Australia
- Mr Gerald Lipman – Chief Executive, International College of Hotel Management
- Ms Kathleen Newcombe – CEO, Sarina Russo Group of Companies
- Mr David Riordan – Director of City Operations, City of Sydney
- Mr Derek Scott – Principal and CEO, Haileybury
View the Council Terms of Reference.