THE podcast: is Australia's international student boom about to go bust?

A period of explosive growth and cuts in government funding has left many institutions too reliant on foreign student fees 

August 3, 2018
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Many Australian institutions are considering the costs to quality and campus diversity after years of record-breaking growth in international student enrolments. Meanwhile, much-needed income from universities' main student source market, China, could be pinched by increasing political tensions in the region. 

Sara Custer is joined by Times Higher Education's Asia-Pacific editor, John Ross, and the International Education Association of Australia's CEO, Phil Honeywood.

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And where else can international students learn words such as "furphy"?

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