It comes as no surprise considering Education is its fourth-biggest export. International students make up roughly a quarter of all enrolments -- the second-highest ratio in the world after Luxembourg -- and 40% of student revenues due to the higher fees they are charged.
There is currently plans to fly in about 350 international students into Canberra, the nation’s capital by the Australian government. There are indications that the universities and territory government will foot the bill for their two-week mandatory quarantine in hotels.
This means that if you have secured admission to study this July in Australia, you should be paying attention and be in contact with your school to know the latest travel advice.