In this episode Claire is joined by Rebecca Hall the head of International Education at Austrade to continue the discussion on international education. Rebecca outlines what the Austrade team sees happening both in Australia and the impact Australian institutions are having overseas (including in ed-tech).During the episode Rebecca mentions a number of activities Austrade is leading on behalf of the sector. If you're unfamiliar with them you can find out more by following the links below:About the Market Information Package (MIP): www.austrade.gov.au/MIP Data landing page: https://www.austrade.gov.au/australian/education/education-data/campaignEdtech microsite- https://www.austrade.gov.au/edtech/AIE2025 - https://www.austrade.gov.au/Australian/Education/Services/australian-international-education-2025And keep a look out for the final episode in this series on international education when Claire will be joined by Nicole Brigg, PVC International, Macquarie University.Thank you to the sponsors of the show CareerFAQs (www.careerfaqs.com.au)
In the first of a three-part discussion on international education - Kadi Taylor from Navitas discusses the trends she's seeing in the sector in terms of both current and future student enrolments, as well as some of the changes Navitas thinks would make the sector stronger.The Laurie Pearcey Opinion Piece mentioned in this episode is at: http://www.smh.com.au/national/asian-students-are-a-great-resource-and-here-s-how-unis-can-foster-them-20190829-p52m0p.html?btisThank you to the sponsors of the show CareerFAQs (www.careerfaqs.com.au)
A copy of the Joyce Review, 'Strengthening Skills: Expert Review of Australia's Vocational Education and Training System', can be downloaded at: https://pmc.gov.au/domestic-policy/vet-reviewAnd thank you to the sponsor of the show - CareerFAQs (www.careerfaqs.com.au)
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