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Sydney property investors hurt by lack of international students

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Just 200 international students got back into Australia in February to resume on-campus studies ahead of the recent university term resumption, which saw 121,000 students arrive a year earlier.

Thousands of overseas students have been thwarted from returning to their on-campus studies after our borders were shut last year amid the COVID pandemic. An estimated 160,000 student visa holders are stuck outside Australia.

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Australia’s $40 billion international education sector has been devastated, with property landlords, small and institutional, headlining those most severely impacted.

Generic photo of staff and students on campus at the University of NSW, Kensington in Sydney.

Around 36 per cent of international student spending is…



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