Parly inquiry on what should be best next for international education

Trade Minister Don Farrell commissions a House-Senate committee to  investigate “challenges and opportunities in tourism and international ed since the borders reopened

The trade subcommittee of the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade has the task.

Terms of Reference for education include, encouraging students to come here and keeping them happy when they do and “pathways to build their skills and contribute to Australia’s prosperity.”

Plus there’s one that people who want things to be the way there were won’t like, “on-line innovations in education delivery and potential opportunities to strengthen the sector’s resilience.”  But not to worry they can just explain what was wrong with the previous government’s  ten year strategy for international education released in December.

Submissions are due December 12.