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Spotlight on international students


International education is now the fourth largest export for South Australia valued at almost $1.13 billion last year; a 12% increase on last year.

StudyAdelaide’s recent research reveals that Adelaide is now a destination of choice amongst international students.

South Australian companies continue to grow their export business by employing international graduates whose local knowledge and contacts are proving invaluable.

Find out more from StudyAdelaide’s Chief Executive Karyn Kent: http://bit.ly/2gJdToq.

Image Caption: StudyAdelaide continues to promote Adelaide as Australia’s premier learning city.

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