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Thursday, August 5, 2021

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Celebrating the recent achievements of Filipinos in South Australia

Four Filipinos proudly led the graduating class of Carnegie Mellon University-Australia. Peter Francisco, Darwin Soneja, Merika de la Pena, and Marikris Garcia all completed their programs with Highest Distinction. Franciso received the Excellence Award for the Master of Science...

Pilot programs for the return of international students in Australia delayed

By Kyla Marie Nigos More than a year since governments worldwide conducted repatriation programs through special flights, the federal government has given approval of South Australia's proposal for a pilot program to welcome the return of international students. Both the Australian...

The ties that bind us all

The Filipino Association of Monash (FAM) is a new cultural club at Monash University in Clayton established in 2019. Before the club’s establishment, despite the large presence of Filipino students in the university and the broader Melbourne community, there...

Maintaining a Strong International Education Industry

By Matthew Thompson Australia’s higher education system is comprised of approximately 4,000 Registered Training Organisations (RTO’s) including 59 TAFE institutes dispersed across metropolitan and regional areas, along with 43 universities, all of which operate within a stringent legislative and regulatory...

Stranded Filipinos in Australia Return to PH

Almost 200 Filipinos left Australia to go home to the Philippines through Philippine Airlines (PAL) special flights. PAL organised two special flights from Sydney and Melbourne on 27 May 2020 to serve stranded Filipinos. This brings the special flights arranged...

#InThisTogether: Filipino Bayanihan amidst COVID-19 crisis

By Kimberly Mitchiko, Study Melbourne Student Ambassador 2020 The rampant increase in the number of people infected by coronavirus has resulted in countries implementing travel bans and lockdowns which has affected tourism, leading to a bust in economy and unemployment...

14,180 Filipino International students in Australia – How many are there in each state?

According to the Australian Department of Education, Skills and Employment, there were 14,180 Filipino International students enrolled in Australia in January 2020. Many of these students have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Philippines 8th largest number of international students...
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