3 comments on “International student fees: What are we paying for?”
  1. Dalvir singh

    Totally agree, because studying online is not worth that much and we have paid for full-time study not just 1-2 hours a day. Also, its not really easy to study from home as everyone have different environment at home as compared to campus. So I think they should think about it.

  2. Pallavi

    Supporting the government’s call for lockdown, we as international students are abiding by laws in all the best possible ways. It’s challenging to focus on online learning at the moment. Having differences in the educational patterns compared to our home country, we are unable to have any international experience learning which is not worth the cost of our investment. If the Government’s attention can be drawn in this matter, it would be very helpful.

  3. Pallavi

    With the economic impact on businesses, it would be challenging for intl’ students to get casual jobs for them to save the required fund 4200$ that needs to be shown as part of their post-study work visa applications. There should be some relaxed immigration policies towards post-study work visa requirements, for all those graduates who are expected to finish their programmes by the end of 2020.

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