Offshore students told not to come

Stay or go: mixed messages for offshore students | Bernard Lane | The Australian Higher Education | 22 August, 2012

IMMIGRATION officers are sabotaging Australia’s education marketing overseas by rejecting would-be students and suggesting they are better off taking courses in their home countries, education providers complain.”People are being told in visa rejections, ‘don’t come to Australia, stay where your are, it will be cheaper’,” said Stephen Nagle, director of the private provider Holmes Institute.

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