Contributing to the building of a sustainable international education sector

Austrade is responsible for the international marketing and promotion of Australian education and training.

Through an extensive international network, Austrade is well-positioned to identify quality opportunities and timely market intelligence. Information gathered in-market is disseminated to the Australian education sector to assist providers make informed decisions and develop strategies to develop international relationships and business. A key priority is the development of transnational education opportunities in growth and emerging markets, especially in Asia.

Austrade has worked with the international education sector to develop a long-term market development roadmap to enable the sustainable growth of the sector into the future.

International education data

Austrade provides market intelligence, data and analysis, along with interactive data through MIP Orbis, to empower Australia's international education and training sector.

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News

7 Jan 2019 MIP subscribers only

Opportunity for Australian researchers to present at a Slovenian university

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7 Jan 2019 MIP subscribers only

Japanese university seeks partner for ELICOS + English teacher training program

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18 Dec 2018 MIP subscribers only

Studyportals report — Booming interest for Australia: Insights from student interest data

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17 Dec 2018 MIP subscribers only

Thai education agency seeks student recruitment agreements with Australian schools

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Events

16 Feb 2019

Australia Future Unlimited mission to the FPP Eduexpos Latin America 2019

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Australian International Education 2025

Australia's first National Strategy for International Education 2025 sets out a 10-year plan for developing Australia's role as a global leader in education, training and research.

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