THE Federal Government wants to deliver “the best possible” student experience in its first national strategy for the growing international education sector, now Australia’s largest services export. Amber Ziye Wang reports.
THE latest report by Fair Work Ombudsman has shed new light on the 7-Eleven work scandal, as the Agency’s inquiry into the franchise reveals shocking details on exploitation against international students. Amber Ziye Wang reports.
IS it so hard for local and international students to get along? Since arriving in Melbourne, Amber Wang has had an eye-opening and extraordinary learning experience, and she shares her remarkable story of integration on campus, at work and at home.
FUNDED by the City of Melbourne, an upcoming series of tours aims to help international students navigate the streets of Melbourne this April by bike! Amber Ziye Wang has more.
FOUR former international students are among a group of employees who were underpaid more than $87,000 by Malaysian restaurant franchise Mamak in the latest case of work exploitation. Amber Ziye Wang has more.
IN response to rampant workplace exploitation, the Victorian Government have pledged $300,000 to strengthen and support the welfare of international students studying in the state. Amber Ziye Wang has more.
FINALISTS for the 2015 Victorian International Education Awards have been announced as the Victorian Government recognises the exceptional contributions from overseas and local students in the international education sector of Victoria. Amber Ziye Wang has more.
RECOGNISING a need to protect LGBTIQ students from all forms of discrimination, new university programs and initatives have been put in place to ensure students thrive at university and beyond. Amber Ziye Wang has more.
DESPITE the efforts of Western countries to make queer issues more aware globally, there are still parts the world where conservative values make queer engagement difficult. Amber Wang spoke to two international students — from the United States and China — to get their perspectives on what being gay means for them.
INDULGE in divine chocolates, immerse in heavenly guitar tunes, admire the sublime comic drawing and bask yourself in jazz glory. Amber Ziye Wang reveals that heaven is not just under your blanket this frosty winter weekend!
A POTENTIAL ban on international enrolments at primary schools in inner Sydney may deny prospective overseas students the chance of seeking education in the area. Amber Ziye Wang reports.
The inaugural 2015 ACYA Victorian Bilingual Language Competition (ACYA BLC) will provide a platform for Victorian tertiary students studying Chinese and English to showcase their cultural understanding and language proficiency. Amber Ziye Wang has more.