Brisbane’s international student numbers and its impact to the economy has more than doubled in the past 10 years.
A record number of international students have attended the most recent International Student Friendship Ceremony - a staple in the city’s efforts to welcome students from around the world who will call Brisbane home while furthering their education.
Forty-four lucky international students have been named as official Brisbane ambassadors, where they’ll get to experience the best of the city to showcase to their home countries.
The number of international students enrolling in Brisbane has climbed once again as the city threw out the welcome mat to new students, as the number of enrolments rose to more than 85,000.
We are offering up to fifteen lucky students an opportunity to ask a panel of industry CEOs a question at the CEO Panel during Routes Asia Conference on 18 March.
Brisbane’s Lord Mayoral International Student Friendship Ceremonies marked their 25th incarnation, having welcomed around 10,000 overseas students to the city since beginning in 2012.
The number of new international students who commenced studying in Brisbane so far this year has climbed 12 per cent.
One hundred of Brisbane’s brightest tertiary students connected with 30 innovative startups and companies recently during a unique speed-networking event at Brisbane’s startup hub, The Capital.
The Brisbane International Film Festival is an exciting program of international and local films screening from August 17 to September 3 at Palace Cinemas.
An army of student ambassadors will showcase Brisbane’s credentials as an international study destination to a potential audience of 227,000 world-wide.