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In the last five years, there has been significant changes to the economic, political and education landscape in ELT quality assurance in Australia.
During this time, international education has become a world-leading brand. To support this global branding, the Australian Government released a 10-year plan for developing Australia’s role as a global leader in education, training and research.
The National Strategy for International Education (2025) aims to build on this global brand and establish new opportunities so that Australian international education supports students, communities and industry to succeed.
Some of the key ideas to emerge from national-level strategic discussions on the implementation of the National Strategy (2025) include:
• Importance of building new networks and partnerships to have a sector approach to international education;
• Embrace a borderless approach to learning 24/7 which means a focus on more
meaningful data for how we can use quality assurance approaches; and
• Unleash technology to improve provider operations and understanding the student experience (Department of Education, 2016).
NEAS has released the report ‘Mapping The English Language Teaching Landscape 2019’.
This report profiles the importance of NEAS within Australia’s education system and the lead role they provide in Quality Assurance services to students, ELT and vocational providers.