Last year the HE regulator thought two universities were over-exposed to international students. It did not suggest they change
“TEQSA has stated that it occasionally sees patterns of over-concentration of international students generally or of students from one country, and in those circumstances would always recommend diversification where possible,” the Australian National Audit Office’s report on the HE regulator, yesterday.
“ANAO analysis of 2019 risk assessments identified correspondence with eleven non-university providers and two universities that noted international student growth or revenue concentration, but no recommendations to diversify were made,” ANAO adds.
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