For the last two decades, Australia’s universities have been surfing the China wave. They now enrol roughly 140,000 Chinese students, 10 times as many as 2002.
At least seven universities depend on Chinese students for more than 10 per cent of their total revenues: Sydney, Melbourne, ANU, Adelaide, UNSW, Queensland and UTS. That’s not 10 per cent of tuition. That’s 10 per cent of everything.
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