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Vaccine provides hope for international students’ return: Education Minister


Federal Education Minister Alan Tudge says the large-scale return of international students to Australian campuses may depend on the availability of an effective vaccine.

In his first public comments since being appointed to the education portfolio, Mr Tudge said there was no clear timeline for when international students could return in significant numbers, but the prospect of a successful vaccine provided an avenue of hope.

Education Minister Alan Tudge says a viable and effective vaccine is key to the return of international students in large numbers.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

“Ordinarily, we have about 185,000 students who would cross the borders and come into Australia to start at the beginning of the academic year, and about the same…



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