By Roger Maynard, Australia Correspondent
SYDNEY: - International students in Australia are often given misleading information by overseas recruitment companies and frequently exploited in the workplace, a new report has claimed.
The report, which looked into the way the international student community is treated in Australia, has raised concerns about the lack of affordable accommodation and underpayment by employers, among other things.
The study, by The Overseas Student Experience Taskforce, focused on the state of Victoria and was instigated in September in the wake of media and word-of-mouth criticism about local conditions.
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