Resources

The following is a list of all the resources that are associated with International Education.

Australian Strategy for International Education 2021-2030

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On 26 November 2021 the Australian Government released the Australian Strategy for International Education 2021-2030 and announced key initiatives supporting its implementation. As borders reopen to welcome international students back into Australia, the new Strategy aims to rebuild the sector more sustainably and create new opportunities for growth.

Australian Strategy International Education 2021-30.pdf

Australian Strategy for International Education 2021-2030 – Fact Sheet

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On 26 November 2021 the Australian Government released the Australian Strategy for International Education 2021-2030 and announced key initiatives supporting its implementation. As borders reopen to welcome international students back into Australia, the new Strategy aims to rebuild the sector more sustainably and create new opportunities for growth.

Fact Sheet - ASIE.pdf

ESOS Review – Fact Sheet – Australian Strategy for International Education 2021-2030

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A review of the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act and the National Code to ensure that Australia’s legislation continues to support innovation within the sector, high quality education provision online and offshore and an optimal experience for all students.

Fact Sheet - ESOS Review.pdf

Consultation Paper on the ESOS course exemption instrument

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The Department of Education, Skills and Employment is seeking comments to inform the drafting of a new ESOS legislative instrument that will exempt certain courses from the ESOS Act, removing the need for them to registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS). We want to ensure the final instrument is effectively informed by stakeholder feedback to achieve its intended aims.

Reducing regulatory barriers in the international education sector

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The Australian Government is moving to implement changes to the Education Services for Overseas Students Act 2000 (ESOS Act) to allow some courses to be offered to international students without being registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS). These courses are referred to as supplementary courses and are low-cost, short in duration and allow overseas students to gain pre-requisite industry qualifications that will enrich their Australian experience and also improve their skills and employability, making them less vulnerable to exploitation in the workplace. Supplementary courses can be undertaken by students alongside their principal course, for which their visa was granted.