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IBP Task 1 Reflection on International Student Problem Space

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Description of chosen problem space: Financial burden of international students within NSW How big is the problem? Why does it exist? Extensive Reference List

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IBP Task 1 Reflection on International Student Problem Space
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Education Finance Group of Eight Banks International student Student exchange Student migration HSBC Economy of Australia Sydney Australia Students' union
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Education Finance Group of Eight Banks International student Student exchange Student migration HSBC Economy of Australia Sydney Australia Students' union
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Although ranked as a favored destination, in 2014 HSBC also deemed Australia the most expensive country for international students. Alongside heightened education fees, migration charges and overall living expenses in a country classified as one of the most costly, international students are also neglected the monetary benefits and consideration that domestic students receive. This reflection will focus on the financial hardships of global learners, specifically in New South Wales since the removal of the International Student Concession Travel Ticket. A typical international student’s transition t...
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