APAC International Student Survey 2020 Report – Volume 1: Destination Australia

International Student Survey Australia volume 1

This volume of the 2020 APAC International Student Survey takes a close look at how Australia is viewed as a destination for international study.

It answers the following questions:

  • How do prospective students view Australia, and how does it compare to other countries?
  • Why do international students choose Australia as a study destination?
  • How have changes to post-study work rights impacted the attractiveness of Australia as a destination?
  • What are the best reasons to study in a regional area of Australia instead of a major city?
  • How have the bushfires of 2019/20 affected impressions of Australia?

To learn more about this research and the insights it reveals, fill out the short form to request your copy. 

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