6 episodes

Australia’s international education sector needs its own podcast. It’s critical for Australia’s economy, but it’s about so much more than economic value. It benefits international and Australia students. It helps project Australia’s place in the world.

The Source Pod brings you expert insight and analysis, the voices of industry leaders and insiders, and the voices of students. The Source Pod is for anyone working in, or just passionate about, Australia’s international education sector.

Dr Angela Lehmann and Jeffrey Smart from The Lygon Group break down the issues and share their insights. The Lygon Group is a specialist international education consultancy.  Between all of us we have so many decades of experience it actually hurts to think about.

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Australia’s international education sector needs its own podcast. It’s critical for Australia’s economy, but it’s about so much more than economic value. It benefits international and Australia students. It helps project Australia’s place in the world.

The Source Pod brings you expert insight and analysis, the voices of industry leaders and insiders, and the voices of students. The Source Pod is for anyone working in, or just passionate about, Australia’s international education sector.

Dr Angela Lehmann and Jeffrey Smart from The Lygon Group break down the issues and share their insights. The Lygon Group is a specialist international education consultancy.  Between all of us we have so many decades of experience it actually hurts to think about.

The Lygon Group

    2030

    2030

    We talk to important new voices about India’s National Education Plan, and the implications for Australia’s international education sector.

     

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    The Lygon Group

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    About the hosts

    Jeffrey Smart

    Jeffrey is an expert in international education, university marketing, admissions and student recruitment, customer service and the student lifecycle, online education, and student success and retention strategies.

    ​He worked for 25 years in three universities in Melbourne, Australia: the University of Melbourne (1989-1999), Monash University (1999-2005), and Swinburne University of Technology (2005-2016).

     

    Dr Angela Lehmann

    ​Angela has had a rich and varied career in research, policy and analysis in Australia, China and the UK.  

    Angela has been a lecturer in Sociology at the ANU, and an Assistant Professor at Xiamen University China, and holds adjunct and honorary appointments at each.

    ​She is a China expert, and worked as international policy analyst at Universities Australia in 2017 and 2018. She has worked as a researcher at Matrix Evidence in London, developing policy analysis for the British government. And she has been Leader, Major Research Projects at the Regional Australia Institute.

    ​Angela has expertise in migration and higher education and has published several books and articles, and has a PhD in sociology from ANU.

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    • 25 min
    Rebuild

    Rebuild

    We talk to Rebecca Hall about the importance of SE Asian markets in rebuilding international education in Australia.

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    The Lygon Group

    Contact: info@thelygongroup.com

    LinkedIn

    Twitter

    YouTube

     

    About the hosts

    Jeffrey Smart

    Jeffrey is an expert in international education, university marketing, admissions and student recruitment, customer service and the student lifecycle, online education, and student success and retention strategies.

    ​He worked for 25 years in three universities in Melbourne, Australia: the University of Melbourne (1989-1999), Monash University (1999-2005), and Swinburne University of Technology (2005-2016).

     

    Dr Angela Lehmann

    ​Angela has had a rich and varied career in research, policy and analysis in Australia, China and the UK.  

    Angela has been a lecturer in Sociology at the ANU, and an Assistant Professor at Xiamen University China, and holds adjunct and honorary appointments at each.

    ​She is a China expert, and worked as international policy analyst at Universities Australia in 2017 and 2018. She has worked as a researcher at Matrix Evidence in London, developing policy analysis for the British government. And she has been Leader, Major Research Projects at the Regional Australia Institute.

    ​Angela has expertise in migration and higher education and has published several books and articles, and has a PhD in sociology from ANU.

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 25 min
    Absence

    Absence

    Fewer international students in Australia – a partial absence – has brought to the fore the important roles they play on our campuses, in our communities and our economy. In this episode we explore sentiment towards international education in Australia during the pandemic.

     

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    Contact us

    The Lygon Group

    Contact: info@thelygongroup.com

    LinkedIn

    Twitter

    YouTube

     

    About the hosts

    Jeffrey Smart

    Jeffrey is an expert in international education, university marketing, admissions and student recruitment, customer service and the student lifecycle, online education, and student success and retention strategies.

    ​He worked for 25 years in three universities in Melbourne, Australia: the University of Melbourne (1989-1999), Monash University (1999-2005), and Swinburne University of Technology (2005-2016).

     

    Dr Angela Lehmann

    ​Angela has had a rich and varied career in research, policy and analysis in Australia, China and the UK.  

    Angela has been a lecturer in Sociology at the ANU, and an Assistant Professor at Xiamen University China, and holds adjunct and honorary appointments at each.

    ​She is a China expert, and worked as international policy analyst at Universities Australia in 2017 and 2018. She has worked as a researcher at Matrix Evidence in London, developing policy analysis for the British government. And she has been Leader, Major Research Projects at the Regional Australia Institute.

    ​Angela has expertise in migration and higher education and has published several books and articles, and has a PhD in sociology from ANU.

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 29 min
    A federation

    A federation

    What logistics are involved in getting a pilot program up and running, and how are international education leaders navigating differing state, territory and federal government requirements in this pandemic-era?

     

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    Contact us

    The Lygon Group

    Contact: info@thelygongroup.com

    LinkedIn

    Twitter

    YouTube

     

    About the hosts

    Jeffrey Smart

    Jeffrey is an expert in international education, university marketing, admissions and student recruitment, customer service and the student lifecycle, online education, and student success and retention strategies.

    ​He worked for 25 years in three universities in Melbourne, Australia: the University of Melbourne (1989-1999), Monash University (1999-2005), and Swinburne University of Technology (2005-2016).

     

    Dr Angela Lehmann

    ​Angela has had a rich and varied career in research, policy and analysis in Australia, China and the UK.  

    Angela has been a lecturer in Sociology at the ANU, and an Assistant Professor at Xiamen University China, and holds adjunct and honorary appointments at each.

    ​She is a China expert, and worked as international policy analyst at Universities Australia in 2017 and 2018. She has worked as a researcher at Matrix Evidence in London, developing policy analysis for the British government. And she has been Leader, Major Research Projects at the Regional Australia Institute.

    ​Angela has expertise in migration and higher education and has published several books and articles, and has a PhD in sociology from ANU.

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    • 31 min
    Jigsaw

    Jigsaw

    Getting Australia’s international education sector up and running in a global pandemic is a real jigsaw puzzle.  

    In episode one we explore one of the pieces, pilot programs.

     

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    Contact us

    The Lygon Group

    Contact: info@thelygongroup.com

    LinkedIn

    Twitter

    YouTube

     

    About the hosts Jefferey Smart and Angela Lehmann

    Jeffrey is an expert in international education, university marketing, admissions and student recruitment, customer service and the student lifecycle, online education, and student success and retention strategies.

    ​He worked for 25 years in three universities in Melbourne, Australia: the University of Melbourne (1989-1999), Monash University (1999-2005), and Swinburne University of Technology (2005-2016).

    ​Angela has had a rich and varied career in research, policy and analysis in Australia, China and the UK.  

    Angela has been a lecturer in Sociology at the ANU, and an Assistant Professor at Xiamen University China, and holds adjunct and honorary appointments at each.

    ​She is a China expert, and worked as international policy analyst at Universities Australia in 2017 and 2018. She has worked as a researcher at Matrix Evidence in London, developing policy analysis for the British government. And she has been Leader, Major Research Projects at the Regional Australia Institute.

    ​Angela has expertise in migration and higher education and has published several books and articles, and has a PhD in sociology from ANU.

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 21 min
    Trailer

    Trailer

    We’re thinking deeply about what Australia’s international education sector looks like on the other side of COVID-19.

    • 56 sec

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