Tuesday, 10 July 2012
158 words, 23 minutes (after self corrections)
The chart below illustrates the amount of overseas students in Australia who were from four countries (Indonesia, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore), during 18 years between 1982 to 2000.
In the first stage, most of foreigners students were from Malaysia (around 5 thousand), while there was almost none student from other nations.
In 1984, there was some Indonesian students, and step by step all of those countries had students in Australia.
In 1990, there was higher range of overseas students, and in 1994 there was 10 thousand of students from Hong Kong and Singapore, around 12 thousand from Malaysia and almost 20 thousand from Indonesia.
At the end of the period, the sum of foreigner students from each country was between 18 thousand to 22 thousand.
Summarizing, during this period there was a great rose of overseas students in Australia which had the major increased between 1992 to 2000 though there was some fluctuation during the whole time.