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This final report of the Baird review of the legislation that governs international education in Australia makes a series of recommendations for reform. These include: (1) more support for international students and improved information; (2) stronger consumer protection mechanisms to ensure students are protected from unscrupulous operators; (3) improved regulation of Australia’s international education sector; and (4) improved support for those who study and live in Australia including having somewhere to go when problems arise.
Subjects: Quality; International education; Students; Outcomes; Governance
Keywords: Law; International students; Recommendations; Education and training reform
Geographic subjects: Oceania; Australia
Published: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Commonwealth of Australia, 2010
Physical description: xiii, 94 p.