National Liaison Committee For International Students in Australia

The National Liaison Committee for International Students in Australia (NLC) was first formed in 1986 in an attempt to combat the Australian Government's introduction of the full-fee paying international students program. Formerly a member of the National Union of Students (Australia), it has been ejected and its practices are considered controversial by a number of education industry associations.

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