Eggs and Baskets: Lessons from the 2009 decline in Indian enrolments

Can Australia's universities cope with the next international enrolments shock?

Australia has suffered a major shock to its international student market when Indian enrolments halved at universities between 2009 and 2011. While universities successfully weathered the temporary decline, the episode reveals useful lessons, which are discussed in this report.

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Gwilym Croucher and Kenneth Moore

gscrou@unimelb.edu.au

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