Virus response has damaged Australia's international reputation: students
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The man representing Australia's 700,000 international students warned "exploited" students were already turning away from Australia's $38 billion higher education sector.

https://www.theage.com.au/national/victo...540dp.html
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#2
Siao...
Better be safe than sorry..
Rather be like them than be like us now..
But the universities shld respond better by postponing start class or online learning or arrange to have makeup classes during summer break..
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#3
15-2-2020 8:04 PM
Raphael05 said:
Siao...
Better be safe than sorry..
Rather be like them than be like us now..
But the universities shld respond better by postponing start class or online learning or arrange to have makeup classes during summer break..

Everyone knows the respond of those Aussie universities are totally depend on the students are mainly White man or Asian
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#4
There is reputation?
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#5
15-2-2020 7:58 PM
CHAOS said:
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The man representing Australia's 700,000 international students warned "exploited" students were already turning away from Australia's $38 billion higher education sector.

https://www.theage.com.au/national/victo...540dp.html


walaomak.... why lawyer like to inflate the figure to 700k ?

how many actual students from china ?
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What reputation does Australia have?
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15-2-2020 7:58 PM
CHAOS said:
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The man representing Australia's 700,000 international students warned "exploited" students were already turning away from Australia's $38 billion higher education sector.

https://www.theage.com.au/national/victo...540dp.html
easy money don't want bee keepers.
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#8
15-2-2020 8:16 PM
Black468 said:
There is reputation?


yah..australians are not known to be lazy, cunning or intolerant..
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