Sydney, May 23(ANI): Violence against Indian students in Australia was a reflection of the dearth of policies relating to the quality of education and experience of international students, according to the International Education Association of Australia.
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IEAA stands for International Education Association of Australia (Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia)
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The International Education Association of Australia, which represents universities' international student business arms, said Indian enrolments and interest in private colleges were already suffering.
The International Education Association of Australia, which represents the international student business arms of universities, cautioned that it was too early to be drawing conclusions on Indian demand.