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Xinzhou government negotiate with colleges and universities and strive to bring students into China early next yea

Source: xkb.com.au
[Education News]     24 Sep 2020
A cabinet director government the new state said it hopes to welcome international students as early as early as 2021, and it supports learning from hotel quarantine and sharing it with universities. Ells (Stuart Ayres), director of employment, investment and tourism and western Sydney affairs, said the new state had quarantined 60,000 overseas returning passengers who had entered Sydney and had...
Xinzhou government negotiate with colleges and universities and strive to bring students into China early next yea

A number of universities have urged federal government, to develop a safe corridor program for overseas students to return to Australia.

A cabinet director government the new state said it hoped to welcome international students as early as early as 2021, and it supports learning from hotel quarantine and sharing it with universities.

Ells (Stuart Ayres), director of employment, investment and tourism and western Sydney affairs, said the new state had quarantined 60,000 overseas returning passengers who had entered Sydney and had laid "strong evidence for our learning ".

"Through a quarantine system, we will be able to open borders to international students earlier than to tourists economic ," he said in a speech at the ATN International Education Summit. "

"I think there is no reason why we should not be optimistic that we can do these things in early 2021, which is definitely the direction in which I will work. I will further discuss with the university principals our lessons and how we can work more closely with the university department. "

For the past few months, universities have urged the government to develop a "safe corridor" scheme for the return of students to Australia to ensure that international students will be admitted next year, bringing billions of dollars to the education export industry and the new state.

The higher education community planned to establish a safety corridor pilot program for overseas students to come to Australia in July this year. However, in view of the second serious outbreak in Victoria, government focused on the pressure brought by the return of Australian citizen to the hotel quarantine system. It is difficult to draw manpower and financial resources to establish and support the safety corridor program.

However, Ayers said he has now discussed with "university presidents" how to establish a quarantine system for international students who enter the country based on the experience of the new state government and in cooperation with the new state police.

He said the 14-day quarantine program looked like a manageable set of requirements for overseas students trapped by the outbreak to return to Australia.

The correction looks forward to working with New State government, said a speaker woman at the University of Sydney.

She said ," This very popular step will be complex and will require joint efforts at all levels government, universities and the private sector, including airlines ,"

Sydney University of Science and Technology President Watt (Iain Watt) said the new state universities will welcome overseas students back as soon as possible.

Although Ayers did not rule out allowing overseas students to return earlier and open their borders to them by the end of the year, ensuring the safety of students will be extremely important. "

For many universities, it is important for some overseas students to return to Australia early next year and start their courses every semester next year, said International Education Association,.

"A senior director of the New State government heartening to be able to prepare for the troubled higher education industry. "

"South Australia and the Northern Territory have shown that they are attracting international students back, while the New State wants to maintain their market share. If the state government does well in this area, other states such as Western Australia, Queensland and Victoria may be left behind. "

New state government has not yet sought federal government approval for the new state's security corridor pilot project, but hopes international students will return as soon as possible, a senior source said.

The North Territory is expected to charter flights to pick up a small number of international students by the end of this year, including citizen. returning to Australia, as part of a federal government -approved security corridor test

Mr Ayers said that despite the outbreak in Victoria, he believes Australia still has a good reputation for safe learning during the outbreak, and all states will be happy to see international students return. "

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