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Module 1: International Education Essentials

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This module provides a valuable introduction to international education in Australia for newcomers from all areas of the sector – from admissions and compliance, marketing and mobility, to student support and transnational education.
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Since the first overseas student arrived on our shores in 1904, international education in Australia has grown and evolved to where it is now – almost 700,000 international students in 2018, which equates to around 1 in 50 people in Australia.

This module provides a valuable introduction to international education in Australia for newcomers from all areas of the sector – from admissions and compliance, marketing and mobility, to student support and transnational education.

It covers:

  • the origins, breadth and importance of the international education sector in Australia
  • Australia’s place within the global education market
  • key statistics and facts relating to the sector
  • the Australian Government’s role in international education
  • the future opportunities and challenges for international education in Australia.

Participants will also have an opportunity to relate what they explore to their individual context, while considering the implications for their future work in the sector.

Target audience

Newcomers to the Australian international education sector (up to 12 months).

Learning tasks
  • Task 1: Why is international education important to Australia?
    Research/reflection task (400 words in total)

  • Task 2: Australia’s global positioning
    Reflective task (4 questions; 200 words each)

  • Task 3: Stats and facts
    Learning check (short quiz)

  • Task 4: Governance and policy
    Reflective task (2 questions; 200 words each)

  • Task 5: The future
    Contribution to online forum discussion.

Learning tasks will be assessed as satisfactory or not satisfactory. Successful completion of all tasks will earn you a digital credential for this online module.

Digital credential

Once you have successfully completed the module, IEAA will issue a digital credential via Credly’s Acclaim platform. Your digital credentials can be easily displayed, verified and shared online – whether it’s your resume, online or social media (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook).

If you have any questions, contact us at [email protected].

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Module 1: International Education Essentials

This module provides a valuable introduction to international education in Australia for newcomers from all areas of the sector – from admissions and compliance, marketing and mobility, to student support and transnational education.

Since the first overseas student arrived on our shores in 1904, international education in Australia has grown and evolved to where it is now – almost 700,000 international students in 2018, which equates to around 1 in 50 people in Australia.

This module provides a valuable introduction to international education in Australia for newcomers from all areas of the sector – from admissions and compliance, marketing and mobility, to student support and transnational education.

It covers:

  • the origins, breadth and importance of the international education sector in Australia
  • Australia’s place within the global education market
  • key statistics and facts relating to the sector
  • the Australian Government’s role in international education
  • the future opportunities and challenges for international education in Australia.

Participants will also have an opportunity to relate what they explore to their individual context, while considering the implications for their future work in the sector.

Target audience

Newcomers to the Australian international education sector (up to 12 months).

Learning tasks
  • Task 1: Why is international education important to Australia?
    Research/reflection task (400 words in total)

  • Task 2: Australia’s global positioning
    Reflective task (4 questions; 200 words each)

  • Task 3: Stats and facts
    Learning check (short quiz)

  • Task 4: Governance and policy
    Reflective task (2 questions; 200 words each)

  • Task 5: The future
    Contribution to online forum discussion.

Learning tasks will be assessed as satisfactory or not satisfactory. Successful completion of all tasks will earn you a digital credential for this online module.

Digital credential

Once you have successfully completed the module, IEAA will issue a digital credential via Credly’s Acclaim platform. Your digital credentials can be easily displayed, verified and shared online – whether it’s your resume, online or social media (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook).

If you have any questions, contact us at [email protected].

When
15/02/2024 - 31/12/2050
Sign in or create an account to register Last day to register is 31/12/2050