How the Government plans to get what it wants on international education

There’s a review of international education legislation to ensure the Tudge plan is implemented

As part of the plan announced Friday the Department of Education Skills and Employment is commissioned to review the Education Services for Overseas Students Act, including the National Code of Practice for Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students (2018).

The review will “provide advice” on how to

* “enable quality offshore, online and blended delivery, to drive diversification of Australia’s international education sector and offerings

* “support alignment between students’ English proficiency and their courses


* “increase transparency of third-party arrangements to improve market efficiency, including the role and costs of education agents”