It could happen here – and then it did

“Universities should assess their student market concentration risk where they rely heavily on students from a single country of origin. This increases their sensitivity to economic or political changes in that country,” the NSW Audit Office suggests attention to the bleeding obvious, (CMM, June 12 2018).

“The universities that are most dependent on revenue from students from those countries are at risk if demand shifts unexpectedly because of changes in political policy, economic conditions or visa requirements,” NSW Audit Office points out universities are over-reliant on fee-income from Chinese, Indian and Nepalese students, (CMM June 3 2019).


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