What is the student voice? Thirteen essays on how to listen to students and how to act on what they say
This publication contains a collection of essays which provides a range of views on what and where the 'student voice' resides, and how to listen and respond to it.
In this paper, the authors outline how Australia can protect its education exports from potential economic coercion from China, sharing specific policy recommendations.
This paper argues that Australia and China should work together to enable Chinese students to return to Australia. This issue is not intrinsically contentious and it invests in the future of the relationship – in youth.
The China question: managing risks and maximising benefits from partnership in higher education and research
This study suggests that on its current trajectory, China is set to overtake the United States to become the world’s biggest spender on research and development, and the UK’s most significant research partner - raising pressing questions for policymakers at a time of rising geopolitical...
This report argues that universities should be required to deliver educational and research activity relevant to Australian domestic students and to Australian industry needs.
The impact of COVID-19 on Australian higher education and overseas students—what do the numbers say?
This post provides an overview of some key data to understand the status of the higher education sector prior to COVID-19, and the emerging impact of the pandemic.
The experience of international students before and during COVID-19: housing, work, study and wellbeing
This report, drawing on two surveys, one conducted before and one during the COVID-19 pandemic, examines the circumstances of international students in the private rental sector in Sydney and Melbourne.