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Queensland Government provides funding boost for international student initiatives


The Queensland Treasurer and Minister for Trade and Investment, Mr Curtis Pitt announced more than $200,000 of State Government funding during a visit to the Gold Coast for the Queensland Government’s inaugural International Education and Training Summit, which attracted more than 350 local and international delegates.

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Discovering Australia’s Gold Coast – an education experience


Australia’s favourite classroom has been showcased to international education influences in London this week as part of a suite of festivities to promote the 2018 Commonwealth Games Queen’s Baton Relay.

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10 fantastic degrees to study on the Gold Coast


Boasting more than 200 international and domestic education providers including three major universities, the Gold Coast is being recognised globally for its education offerings. Shannon Willoughby, CEO of Study Gold Coast says it is no accident the Gold Coast is being positioned as an education destination of choice.

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Australia's international education sector grows in value


The Turnbull Government has released today a new landmark report by Deloitte Access Economics, The Value of International Education to Australia, which reveals the sector contributes $1 billion more to the economy than previously estimated.

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Local education providers showcase new infrastructure


The education sector continues to grow with more new developments opening at different colleges and campuses across the Gold Coast.

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Queensland makes its' mark on the Indonesian education market


Study Gold Coast welcomes the news of .

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The National Strategy of International Education 2025


Australia took a bold step this week with the release of the country’s first comprehensive national strategy for international education.

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Creative courses that you can study


Gold Coast is a popular destination for students from all over the world. They come here to study English or pursue higher education at world-class facilities and find themselves captured by the lifestyle, climate and cultural opportunities. Read the full story here

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