Report on Crimes against International Students in Australia

21 October 2011

A report into the incidence of assault and robbery crimes against overseas students in Australia between 2005- 2009 was released on August 11th, 2011 by the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC). This is the first major study of its kind in Australia.

Key findings show:

  • Rates of assault for Indian students were lower than or on par with rates for the general Australian population.
  • Rates of robbery against Indian students were higher than average for Australians in larger states for most years.
  • The proportion of robberies against Indian students occurring at commercial locations was approximately double that recorded for students from other countries.
  • Over half of robberies against Indian students on commercial premises occurred at service stations.

The full report can be accessed on the Australian Institute of Criminology website.

Click to view the Australian Institute of Criminology - Crimes Against International Students 


I would like ISANA to provide Professional Development in

Study Abroad and Exchange (student mobility) - 10.3%
Academic Language and Learning Support – service and support, attrition, retention, course progression - 10.3%
Under 18’s , Pre-Tertiary and schools – focus on schools and under 18’s enrolled in uni’s etc. - 10.3%
International Office Management - have break out groups to include Marketing, Admissions and Compliance (Academic Monitoring & Reporting Officers) - 19%
International Counselling including Student Advising/Pastoral Care - 25.9%
Immigration and Career pathways - outcomes and trends for international students studying in Australia - 8.6%
Accommodation and homestay - 6.9%
AusAID - 8.6%

Total votes: 58
The voting for this poll has ended on: 30 Aug 2013 - 00:00