International students looking to study at Australian universities may face higher English language entry requirements after a push from Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews.
He's urging the federal government to lift entry standards for people trying to obtain a student visa, with concerns that many are given places to study but have little likelihood of graduating because of their limited English.
However, Suman Dua of Sirus Migration contests the hypothesis. A former student of Griffith University, Ms Dua says English requirements for most of the courses are already very high.
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