UNSW hanging on for ‘23

Things could get worse first

The university says finances so far this year “are favourable against a conservative budget,” in part because more students than anticipated are sticking with study.

But UNSW expects a decrease in international numbers next before they begin to recover in ’23.  And lest anyone ask whether all the pain was necessary. “The university’s decision to implement cost reduction strategies and workplace change during 2020 have provided a more stable position for UNSW to respond to the ongoing impact of COVID-19.”