Get involved in shaping Australia’s new international education strategy
06 Apr 2021
Students, educators and industry representatives are invited to share their expertise and ideas to help shape Australia’s long-term international education strategy.
Minister for Education and Youth Alan Tudge has launched consultations for the new Australian Strategy for International Education 2021-2030, which will set the sector on a path to long-term success as well as recovery from COVID-19.
The Strategy aims to set a transformative forward agenda for the next decade and will provide a supporting framework to ensure the sector is equipped to be innovative and responsive to emerging opportunities.
The Strategy will be informed by consultations via webinars with education providers, industry stakeholders and students throughout April.
The Department of Education, Skills and Employment welcomes written submissions from across the Australian international education sector and community. Stakeholders are encouraged to engage with and contribute to the development of the new Strategy.
Information about how to get involved in the consultation for the new Australian Strategy for International Education 2021-2030 and a consultation paper is available on the department website.
Written submissions in response to the consultation paper, as well as an online submission form are now open and will close on 12 May 2021.