international students

Labor’s Claimed Cap On Overseas Students Is All Talk, No Action
17 May 2024

Labor’s Claimed Cap On Overseas Students Is All Talk, No Action

In this article, Daniel Wild contextualises and disseminates the findings of the the IPA’s research into Australia’s level of immigration, and how it’s affecting the standard of living. Labor’s cap on international students will not actually limit the number of students entering Australia. So how can it be called a cap? You know you are in trouble when even Canadian
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Rents Up $1,000 A Year Due To Unplanned, Record Increase In International Students Intake
4 September 2023

Rents Up $1,000 A Year Due To Unplanned, Record Increase In International Students Intake

“Australians already facing a cost-of-living crisis are set to suffer further as the federal government’s unplanned, record increase in the international student intake drives rents even higher making housing less affordable,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs. Preliminary IPA research into the relationship between net international student intake and annual rent increases from 2005-2023,
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National Cabinet A Missed Opportunity For Australians Who Need Housing And Want To Work
16 August 2023

National Cabinet A Missed Opportunity For Australians Who Need Housing And Want To Work

“Australians desperately looking to secure housing and to get into work will be bitterly disappointed by the missed opportunity of today’s National Cabinet meeting,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs. IPA research, and the federal government’s own figures, show Australia faces a housing shortage of more than 252,000 houses over the next five years
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Worker Shortage And Housing Crisis Key Tests For National Cabinet
15 August 2023

Worker Shortage And Housing Crisis Key Tests For National Cabinet

“Tomorrow’s National Cabinet meeting is a key opportunity for our nation’s leaders to finally take comprehensive action on Australia’s unprecedented worker and housing shortages, which are holding our nation back,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs. Research by the IPA has established the federal government’s unplanned increases to the migration intake will cause a
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Australia’s Housing Shortage – International Student Intake Exacerbating Housing Supply Shortfall In Capital Cities
18 July 2023

Australia’s Housing Shortage – International Student Intake Exacerbating Housing Supply Shortfall In Capital Cities

Research by the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA) finds that over the six years to 2028, Australia is set to face a net housing supply shortfall of 252,800 units. A key contributor to this housing crisis is the Commonwealth Government’s inability to rein in the influx of migrants subsequent to the lifting of international borders after the COVID -19 pandemic.
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Nearly Half Of Melbourne’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028
18 July 2023

Nearly Half Of Melbourne’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028

“Melburnians already face rising rents, more costly mortgages, and ever deteriorating services and infrastructure that will only be made worse by the announced unplanned jump in its international student intake,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director at the Institute of Public Affairs. New research released today from the IPA shows the impact the federal government’s unplanned rise in net international
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Almost One-Third Of Brisbane’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028
18 July 2023

Almost One-Third Of Brisbane’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028

“Queenslanders already face rising rents, more costly mortgages, and ever deteriorating services and infrastructure that will only be made worse by the announced unplanned jump in its international student intake,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director at the Institute of Public Affairs. New research released today from the IPA shows the impact the federal government’s unplanned rise in net international
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Almost Half Of Hobart’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028
18 July 2023

Almost Half Of Hobart’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028

“Hobartians already face rising rents, more costly mortgages, and ever deteriorating services and infrastructure that will only be made worse by the announced unplanned jump in its international student intake,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director at the Institute of Public Affairs. New research released today from the IPA shows the impact the federal government’s unplanned rise in net international
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79% Of Sydney’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028
18 July 2023

79% Of Sydney’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028

“Sydneysiders already face rising rents, more costly mortgages, and ever deteriorating services and infrastructure that will only be made worse by the announced unplanned jump in its international student intake,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director at the Institute of Public Affairs. New research released today from the IPA shows the impact the federal government’s unplanned rise in net international
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43% Of Adelaide’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028
18 July 2023

43% Of Adelaide’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028

“Residents of Adelaide already face rising rents, more costly mortgages and ever deteriorating services and infrastructure that will only be made worse by the announced unplanned jump in its international student intake,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director at the Institute of Public Affairs. New research released today from the IPA shows the impact the federal government’s unplanned rise in
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