Australian media have pronounced concerns about the reducing popular of Australian universities as they shifted their focal point to Nepali and Indian students.

As the number of Chinese college students is flattening, the universities are filling the revenue gaps by means of attracting more Nepali and Indian students, who commonly have lower standard, together with that of English language, than common global students, according to media reports.

“In 2017–18, one in each 1500 inhabitants of Nepal emigrated to Australia,” ABC reports, “In an era of strict immigration controls, that is an outstanding range for two countries so some distance apart, with no frequent language, heritage or ethnicity.”

“Over the five years to mid 2018, one in each 500 Nepalis emigrated to Australia — and that’s in internet terms, after deducting those who returned. In 2017–18, little Nepal became Australia’s 1/3 greatest supply of migrants after India and China.”

According to current data, universities earn 1.6 billion dollars a year with the aid of welcoming over 28,000 students. The earnings from China and India stand at 11 billion and 3.8 billion greenbacks respectively.