The Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) has announced the introduction of a new Simplified Student Visa Framework (SSVF) commencing 1 July 2016 and all student visas will be issued
Dung Dang Khoa Phu from Tempe High School and Lin Tong from Chatswood High School have taken this year's 2016 NSW Department of Education International Student Awards, at a ceremony celebrating
A new survey has ranked Sydney as the world’s most popular city to study in, ahead of 83 other cities including London and New York.
The Minister for Education, Adrian Piccoli, and the Managing Director of TAFE NSW, Pam Christie, travelled to Vietnam last week to strengthen educational ties between NSW and Vietnam.
NSW Police Force wins for its achievements in using its Weibo page to provide crime prevention and safety information to Chinese international students in Australia.
The Office of the Deputy Premier has released a warning to international students in relation to the activities of the Overseas Students Association (OSA).
The 2012 International Student Survey found that 87 per cent of international students in Australia were satisfied or very satisfied with their study and living experience here.
Sydney is celebrating the Year of the Snake in spectacular style, with our Chinese New Year Festival offering a feast of activities for everyone to enjoy.
The Deputy Director-General, TAFE and Community Education, NSW Department of Education and Communities, Ms Pam Christie signed four Memorandums of Understanding with partners in China.
Sydney is the fifth most liveable city in the world, according to a new ranking that focuses on green space.
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A newly-signed agreement between TAFE NSW and Chinese universities means that the qualifications of TAFE NSW graduates will automatically be recognised at the Chinese universities.