Draft National Strategy for International Education

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Draft National Strategy
for International Education

For consultation

April 2015




978-1-74361-888-2 [Print]
978-1-74361-889-9 [PDF]
978-1-74361-890-5 [DOCX]

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Minister’s foreword 7

Consultation on the draft

national strategy 10

Executive summary 13

1Australia’s place in international education 13

2The value of international education to Australia 13

3The value to states, territories and regions 15

4The importance of partnerships 17

5International competition 17

6The importance of quality 18

7Capacity for growth 19

8A new architecture for Australian international education 19

9Roundtable on international education 19

10A national strategy for international education 19

11Getting the fundamentals right 21

12Reaching out to the world 21

13Staying competitive 22

14Measures of success 23

Draft strategy overview 25

15Pillar 1: Getting the fundamentals right 25

16Goal 1 25

17Strategic actions 25

18Pillar 2: Reaching out to the world 25

19Goal 2 25

20Strategic Actions 25

21Goal 3 25

22Strategic Actions 25

23Goal 4 25

24Strategic Actions 25

25Pillar 3: Staying competitive 25

26Goal 5 25

27Strategic Actions 26

28Goal 6 26

29Strategic Actions 26

Getting the fundamentals right 28

30Measures of success 35

Reaching out to the world 36

31Measures of success 57

Staying competitive 58

32Measures of success 78

Conclusion: Taking a broader view of Australian international education 79

Appendix A:

Australian international education
data snapshot 80

33The global context 80

34Export income to Australia from education services 81

35International student enrolments 82

36International student satisfaction 85

37Cross-border education and training 85

38Study pathways of international students in Australia 86

39Australian students studying abroad 87

Appendix B:
References 88

Appendix C:

Australian Government response to Australia—Educating Globally 89

40A. Coordination 89

41B. Quality 90

42C. A positive student experience 91

43D. Partnerships 93

44E. Australia’s student visa programme 96

45F. Data analysis and research in international education 97

46G. Competition, promotion and marketing 98

Appendix D:
Australian Government response to the Coalition’s Online Higher Education Working Group 99

47Removing barriers to innovation 99

48Action 99

49Creating incentives for digital take up 100

50Action 100

51Growing the international education market 101

52Action 101

Appendix E:

Consultations on
international education 102

53Department of Education and Training 102

54Review of the Australian Curriculum 102

55Teacher Education Ministerial Advisory Group 102

56Review of the Demand Driven Funding System 102

57Reform of the Education Services for Overseas Students Act 2000 Framework 102

58Industry Innovation and Competitiveness Agenda – Boosting the Commercial Returns from Research 102

59Review of Higher Education Regulation 102

60Alignment of the Australian Qualifications Framework with the New Zealand Qualifications Framework and the European Qualifications Framework 102

61The Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency Advisory Council 102

62The Vocational Education and Training Advisory Board 102

63Industry Innovation and Competitiveness Agenda—The Industry Skills Fund 102

64Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade 103

65Department of Immigration and Border Protection 103

66The Education Visa Consultative Committee 103

67Review of the skilled migration and temporary activity visa programmes 103

68Future directions for streamlined visa processing 103

69Joint Review of Border Fees, Charges and Taxes 103

70Department of Industry and Science 103

71Industry Innovation and Competitiveness Agenda—The Industry Growth Centres Initiative 103

72Chief Scientist for Australia 103

73Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics: Australia’s Future 103

74The Commonwealth Science Council 103

75Austrade 103

76Austrade education information 103

77Productivity Commission 103

78International Education Services—research project 103

79The Liberal Party of Australia 103

80Online Higher Education Working Group 103

81Menzies Research Centre 103

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