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Uni Lifts Standards Pinpointed In CIS Paper

Some of Australia’s most prestigious universities are starting to make sensible changes when it comes to international student recruitment. In recent weeks, the University of Melbourne has eliminated language on its website that seemed to encourage international students to take a casual approach to English language standards. This positive development comes in the wake of CIS research that highlighted potential problems with the recruitment practices of Australian universities’ English-language ‘foundation programs’.

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https://www.cis.org.au/commentary/articles/uni-lifts-standards-pinpointed-in-cis-paper/

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