Most of these international students were misled and misinformed about their studies, and even during the process of request for release papers. These international students were told that: they were not allowed to request for release papers; the schools would cancel their visas; they did not have rights in Australia as international students; and so on.
However, they persisted and were able to get their release papers. Some of them believed that they had the right to correct their mistakes of enrolling on courses that would not help them be globally competitive and highly skilled. Some of them complained about education providers not providing materials, equipment or facilities for their schooling. Some of them fought for their rights to change their minds on their career paths believing that it would be their future at stake, as students should be treated as consumers on choosing courses.
Yes, they did it! And, you could also!
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