Victoria’s International Education Recovery Plan 2025, launched on 6 September 2022, establishes a vision of Victoria as a global leader in education, recognised for quality, innovation and inclusion.

The plan outlines the Victorian Government’s goals for the international education sector through to 2025 – to be a leader in student experience and graduate outcomes, to diversify and strengthen its global markets, and to elevate Victoria’s global reputation for education excellence.

Supported by $52.9 million in funding, the plan sets out five pillars supported by 19 actions to deliver on this vision and goals:

  • The student experience
  • Employability and student return on investment
  • Promotion of Victoria’s education offering
  • Market access and global connections
  • Partnerships and collaboration for a strong sector

The plan also calls out critical success factors, which will require collective effort and investment across multiple tiers of government, education providers and industry. This includes embracing education innovation and digital technology to increase Victoria’s global competitiveness, respond to shifting student preferences, and enable greater inclusion by expanding the reach of education offerings.

“Victoria’s International Education Recovery Plan 2025 offers a bold vision to drive innovation, inclusion and sector resilience in the years ahead.”

The Hon John Brumby AO
Chancellor La Trobe University and Chair of the International Education Advisory Council