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Chinese students in Australia: motivations and mobility in the face of COVID-19
Why have so many Chinese international students decided not to return to Australia as the world emerges from COVID-19?
Dire straits: Chinese students in Australia during the COVID-19 pandemic
Universities need to take immediate steps to disseminate ideas and values that transcend national borders and national interests.
International students and the Chinese public service: A more inward-looking post-COVID China?
Australia assumes that Chinese students educated in Australia will be a ‘soft power’ asset. But what if Australia-educated students aren’t getting the influential jobs?
How Indian students told to ‘go home’ by Australia at the start of the pandemic used WhatsApp for advocacy
National border closures and the pandemic. How Indian students ‘stranded’ in India coped with their plight.
Why Australian universities are reliant on international students and international students are so vulnerable 中文
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a crisis for international students and Australia’s public universities.