Torrens University Australia welcomes the approval of South Australia's plan for the return of international students by Federal Education Minister Alan Tudge.
"Torrens University plays an integral part in the higher education ecology of South Australia. We have brought innovation and global private investment into South Australian higher education, and we are thrilled to be part of this initiative," says Torrens University Vice President International Mark Falvo.
"The return of international students to South Australia is significant. It's good for students who want the opportunity to study in South Australia, it's good for their families and communities, and it's good for the South Australian economy. Students at Torrens University are from over 100 different nationalities – not just a handful which dominate - and this is because our commitment to be Australia's international university is fundamental to our values and vision."
"We commend Premier Steven Marshall, State Trade and Investment Minister Stephen Patterson, Federal Education Minister Alan Tudge, Study Adelaide and the SA Department of Trade and Investment for their collaboration to ensure this outcome. We standby with our full support to ensure its success."
"With our unique national footprint of 16 campuses around Australia, and as Australia's fastest-growing university, we now look forward to continuing to work with other state governments and with Minister Tudge to ensure the best outcomes for Australian Higher Education and for the return of international students in other states."
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