Some 200,000 Chinese have Australian student visas, but more than half are unable to enter the country due to coronavirus travel restrictions. Photo: Handout Some 200,000 Chinese have Australian student visas, but more than half are unable to enter the country due to coronavirus travel restrictions. Photo: Handout
Some 200,000 Chinese have Australian student visas, but more than half are unable to enter the country due to coronavirus travel restrictions. Photo: Handout

Coronavirus: Australian universities could take ‘reputational hit’ from China travel bans

  • International universities with large numbers of Chinese students are bracing for potential pain following extensive travel bans to contain the coronavirus outbreak
  • Some 200,000 Chinese are studying in Australia, but more than half are unable to enter the country due to restrictions aimed at halting the spread of the coronavirus

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Some 200,000 Chinese have Australian student visas, but more than half are unable to enter the country due to coronavirus travel restrictions. Photo: Handout Some 200,000 Chinese have Australian student visas, but more than half are unable to enter the country due to coronavirus travel restrictions. Photo: Handout
Some 200,000 Chinese have Australian student visas, but more than half are unable to enter the country due to coronavirus travel restrictions. Photo: Handout
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