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Coroner calls for action after dozens of international students take their own lives – The Age

During the seven years international student Nguyen Le lived in Australia, there was no record of him ever visiting a GP. But he was struggling.



Mr Le’s father believed his son felt some academic pressure in light of his older brothers success.
While his older brother had received a full-scholarship to study at Melbourne University, Mr Le was racking up annual debts of $40,000 for his studies and unable to access government subsidies for his course. The second-year student had told his family that his future career was uncertain.
Mr Le’s death is the second international student suicide investigated by Ms Jamieson. In 2019 she released findings…

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