The Morrison Government plans to introduce further targeted measures to provide additional support to the international education sector as the international borders reopen. Over $37 million will be able to support the international education providers affected by Covid-19. Additional grants and extended regulatory fee warriors are the elements of this. Apart from this, several changes to the visa will also help provide flexibility to all international aspirants planning to return to the country.
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The new changes will help in safeguarding the rights of international aspirants. Also, for up to two to three years, the temporary graduate visa will get an extension for masters. Alan Tudge, Minister for Education and Youth, revealed that the announcement will help to overcome the pandemic for the academic year 2022. Minister Tudge also revealed that it would help ensure the quick return of students. It provides incentives for aspirants and institutions and will get advantages to come to Australia, which was earlier not possible. The Innovation Grants extension will help English language providers who had a tough time during the pandemic.
As of August 2021, the latest data revealed that internal enrolments are down by 17% than in August 2019. Among all this, the ELICOS has experienced around 71% decline, the greatest one. Alex Hawke, Minister for Immigration, Citizen, Migrant Services and Multicultural Education Sector, revealed that the changes made to the visa concerning the international education sector offer students the needed reprieve as the borders are ready to reopen.
The changes are specifically made to target internal students and also to improve the country’s economic condition. It will also help in attracting and retaining skilled workers.
All these things will help in the implementation of the Australian Strategy for International Education. For any information, aspirants can speak to Registered Migration Agent Perth at from ISA Migrations & Education Consultants. They will guide students about the latest updates!