Education Talking Points | 3 December 2018

In today’s talking points, China’s embassy in Canberra hosts 2019 New Colombo Plan Australian students, Chinese Universities are on top of global rankings in technology, Australia and Vietnam strengthen education partnership, and PM Scott Morrison announces Vocational Education Review Scheme   China’s embassy in Canberra hosts 2019 New Colombo Plan Australian students Last week, 13 …

Education Talking Points | 23/11/18

In today’s talking points UNSW establishes deeper ties with China, the PM announces increased funding for regional Australian universities and a new survey illustrates benefits for international students who study in Australia.   UNSW Establishes Deeper Ties with China Publisher Springer Nature is joining with UNSW and the Chinese Academy of Sciences to promote research …

Member News | New Database Tracks Chinese Investment into Australia

Original article from the Australian National University The Australian National University has released the first database comprehensively tracking Chinese investment into Australia. The data shows that there has been 262 transactions worth over $40.4 billion worth of investment over the past 4 years. The Chinese Investment in Australia (CHIIA) Database was developed using new methodology …

Education Talking Points | 08/10/18

In today’s talking points surging international student numbers in Australia, top Australian universities’ rankings fall, Australian opposition reveals “generational” early childhood education policy and China to hold Annual Conference for International Education   Surging International Student Numbers in Australia Recent data released by University College London’s Centre for Global Higher Education has shown that Australia …

Post-Event Update | Is Your Education Brand China Ready?

On Thursday evening, AustCham hosted “Is Your Education Brand China Ready: Tailoring Your Message In The World’s Biggest Education Market”. The event was held at the Cheung Kong Graduate School for Business (CKGSB) and over 30 people attended in what was an informative and enlightening panel discussion. The panel featured esteemed speakers Ira Zaka, the Assistant …

Education Talking Points | 31/08/18

In today’s talking points How artificial intelligence is changing education in Asia and around the world, online education gaining momentum in China, investment in research is vital to lifting Australia’s position on global university rankings and which country has the most expensive education?   How artificial intelligence is changing education in Asia and around the world The …

Education Talking Points | 24/08/18

In today’s talking points Australia is new destination for Indians’ higher education, students caught up in education rort may have their course debts wiped, scholars suggest oriental philosophy offers better future for humanity and would reducing international student visas create university places for Australians?   Australia is new destination for Indians’ higher education Brexit and Trump’s new …

Education Talking Points | 15/08/18

In today’s talking points Concerns about possible dealmaking constraints hit Chinese education stocks, Research boosts Australian universities in global Shanghai rankings, Coalition ‘alarmed’ after students with Atars as low as 17.9 accepted into teaching, Academic Ranking of World Universities 2018: Asian universities climb Concerns about possible dealmaking constraints hit Chinese education stocks On Friday last week, the Chinese …

Education Talking Points | 09/08/18

In today’s talking points WA unis cut fees to attract overseas students, PM Malcolm Turnbull sings praises of Chinese students, Holiday classes increase Chinese parents’ anxiety about education, Heightened use of CCTV in NSW schools   WA unis cut fees to attract overseas students  In an attempt to increase declining international student enrolment rates, Western Australian universities have offered overseas students …

Education Talking Points | 01/08/18

In today’s talking points: Federal government should take over Tafe and vocational education, KPMG says; What foreign investors are learning about China’s education sector; China brings 10,000 teachers out of retirement and back to work; Student expectations of higher education Federal government should take over Tafe and vocational education, KPMG says Advisory firm KPMG has released a blueprint suggesting …