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  • Australia to become an education superpower
  • Australia to become an education superpower
    Christian Bucad (2009) ©
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Australia to become an education superpower

Study abroad programmes are more popular than ever, with students hungry to learn other languages and experience new cultures. Enticed by the stunning scenery and urban nightlife, Australia is home to over 650,000 international students; could it be the next global education powerhouse?

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