Government to crack down on 'dodgy and unscrupulous players' within international education sector

Natalie Vikhrov
Updated October 2 2023 - 6:29am, first published October 1 2023 - 10:00pm

The federal government will make it tougher for international education providers to become registered and will increase student attendance monitoring under new measures designed to crack down on exploitation within the international education sector.

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Natalie Vikhrov

Natalie Vikhrov

Federal politics and public service reporter

Natalie Vikhrov reports on federal politics and public service for The Canberra Times. Prior to this, she spent several years covering human rights in Eastern Europe, including Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Get in touch via

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