International students frequently face challenges finding suitable places to live. Instead of blaming them, the government should be helping them.
Local governments have far too often been let off the hook for approaches that discreetly limit where students may live.
Overhanging the whole accord debate is the question of increasing public funding for universities and academic research in the middle of a cost-of-living crisis.
Cognitive immobility, brought on by being separated from family, can lead to emotional exhaustion, anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Despite denunciations of discrimination against French-speaking students who want to settle in Canada, particularly Africans, the federal government does not seem to want to act.
Migrants in Australia less than five years are twice as likely to be underpaid as other employees.
The growing number of temporary migrants in Australia is a by-product of the boom in international students.
Canadian universities host thousands of international students, many of whom come from India. While all these students need housing, many face discrimination in the rental market.
The recent increase in net-overseas migration has been due to policies that enabled people to remain in Australia rather than policies enabling more people to arrive.
Recent reports that 700 international students and graduates could be deported from Canada reveal how the immigration system leaves them open to exploitation.
Today’s immigrants — who mostly come from the Global South — face a system of ever more complex chutes and ladders when it comes to their status in Canada.
South Asian students make up more that 30% of international students in Australia. In a new study, they say career support is geared towards domestic students.
Understanding complex and contextual differences in grading across cultures and countries is important. Only in doing so can we interpret student achievement based on grades in a fair and valid way.
As Australians struggle to find affordable housing, there have been hostile responses to reports of a sudden influx of international students from China. It’s time for a reality check.
Australia can’t run an uncapped temporary migration program with a capped permanent program and offer all temporary migrants a road to permanent residency.
On Wednesday, a discussion paper was launched, calling for ‘big ideas’ about Australia’s higher education sector.
About one in four international students were in severe financial stress just before COVID hit, and soaring rents and record low vacancies are likely to make their plight even worse now.
Governments and universities have failed to prepare for an increase in housing demand amid planned enrolment growth in higher education and a crisis driven by treating housing as an investment.
The Albanese government has changed visa conditions for international graduates. But this alone won’t help students stay in Australia.
An expert on international education explains the forces behind the drop in students from China and the jump in students from India studying in the US.