“To compete in the dynamic, global enterprise of international education, Australia needs world-leading higher education”, says Education Minister Christopher Pyne. But the price to reach this goal is high, especially for students. Their fees will rise, whereas students in Germany, for example, don’t have to pay for tertiary education any more.

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Thursday, June 26 2014
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