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International students are BACK as NSW announces it will open the doors within weeks

BREAKING NEWS: International students are BACK as NSW announces it will open the doors in weeks with a plane load of students who WON’T need to quarantine

  • International students will be accepted in NSW from December 6 this year
  • The overseas pupils also won’t have to quarantine if they are fully vaccinated 
  • Premier Dominic Perrottet said international education connects NSW globally 


The NSW government has announced students from overseas will soon be able to fly into the state – and not have to quarantine if they are fully vaccinated.

The first wave of students will fly into Mascot from December 6, with close to 250 pupils from more than 15 nations.

They include the likes of Indonesia, South Korea, China and Canada.

From December 6, international students from a host of nations will be permitted to fly into NSW (pictured, Chadanee Shrestha, Swekshya Thapa and Savyata Neupane outside the Sydney Opera House recently)

The students also will not be required to quarantine on arrival in NSW - if they are fully vaccinated

The students also will not be required to quarantine on arrival in NSW – if they are fully vaccinated

Further flights from South Asia and India are also planned.

NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet stressed international education connects the state to the rest of the world.

‘This is a significant milestone in our road to recovery,’ he said.

‘International students boost our economy and contribute to our community and lifestyle.’  

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