Australia's first National Strategy for International Education 2025 sets out a 10-year plan for developing our role as a global leader in education, training and research.
The National Strategy for International Education 2025 enables Australia’s international education sector to be more innovative, future-focused and globally engaged. It also:
- Further strengthens our international reputation for high quality education and training
- Drives collaboration in education and research
- Increases opportunities for Australian providers and communities
The National Strategy is based on 3 broad pillars:
- Strengthening the fundamentals of Australia’s education, training and research system and our regulatory, quality assurance and consumer protection arrangements
- Transformative partnerships between people, institutions and governments, at home and abroad
- Competing globally by responding to global education and skills needs and taking advantage of emerging opportunities.
- The implementation of the National Strategy is supported by an annual allocation of $3 million through the Enabling Growth and Innovation Program (EGI)
The National Strategy is complemented by the:
- Australian International Education 2025 (AIE2025) market development roadmap which will position Australia to capitalise on new opportunities and markets over the next decade
- Australia Global Alumni Engagement Strategy will strengthen the relationships with our alumni to grow our diplomatic, trade and investment links
- National Innovation and Science Agenda which further enhances Australia’s global reputation as a leader in research and education into the future.
- VET International Engagement Strategy 2025
Council for International Education
The Council for International Education sets the direction for Australia's role in international education and training. The Council supports the implementation of the: