As Australia’s most important inbound tourism market, Chinese visitors rank the highest when it comes to total expenditure and visitor nights and, in 2015, generated $8.3 billion in total expenditure.
Estimates suggest that this figure has the potential to nearly double by 2020 which represents a sizeable opportunity for those within Australia’s inbound tourism industry.
To accelerate your opportunity and capitalise on this growth be sure to attend AccessChina’16. China is the largest single nation contributor to the international student population in Australia.
Almost 50,000 Chinese students started courses in Australian schools, colleges and universities in 2016, which is an increase of 23 per cent on last year with the next closest growth at just nine per cent from India.
In 2015, international education was Australia’s largest services export and our fourth largest export after Iron Ore, coal and natural gas.
With the growth expected to continue and opportunities for Australian education providers to deliver more services in China, there has never been a more opportune time for education providers to investigate and activate opportunities in China.
To accelerate your journey, make sure you attend AccessChina’16.