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‘Hard to see a safe corridor’: NSW shelves plan for return of international students – Sydney Morning Herald

NSW government plans for the return of 1000 international students each week have been put on hold.

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“At the moment our priority is returning Australians home. Given the arrivals cap of 3000 a week into Sydney Airport that currently leaves limited room to consider international students,” he said.
“The NSW government will continue to work closely with the Commonwealth government and the education sector with the clear aim of having international students back in 2021.”
On Saturday, Ms Berejiklian said of her original plans: “I think that’s always our aspiration, but we can’t pretend about how serious…

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