The ongoing housing crisis in Sydney is the worst in a generation, making life exceedingly challenging for international students. The rising rental rates are troublesome for overseas students, who are mostly more vulnerable to such market changes. Moreover, universities in New South Wales (NSW) are gradually returning to in-person learning, with Sydney preparing to welcome over 28,000 international students. Unfortunately, many people are moving out of Sydney after the reinstatement of working-hour caps on student visas since the city’s housing market is already under pressure.
International students have to deal with the serious issue of looking for affordable accommodation during the worst housing crisis in Sydney in a generation. Furthermore, the CEO of an education management company commented that Sydney’s existing situation indicates the multi-dimensional challenges faced by the city.
Needless to say, universities and government entities have a notable part to play in securing the welfare of overseas students as the world gets over the pandemic era.
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