The Queensland Government has announced $3 million in additional funding for the state’s International Education and Training sector as part of a state-wide response to the coronavirus (COVID-19).
The package includes:
- $1 million for increased services that support the wellbeing and ongoing experience of students and their families who may affected by coronavirus restrictions
- $2 million to message and promote Queensland’s warm and welcoming world-class study destinations
We will maintain and strengthen our strong relationship with Chinese students, colleagues and partners.
The wellbeing of Chinese students – those who have arrived and those impacted by travel restrictions – is integral to the Government’s response. They are our friends and classmates.
We stand alongside our partners in helping affected students. We want everyone to remember their study experience in Queensland with fondness.
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Study Queensland, which administers the State Government’s International Education and Training Strategy to Advance Queensland 2016-2026, is preparing to co-design and roll out these series of initiatives.
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