Murdoch University, which is the international university of Australia, was charged with some allegations against the integrity of the education system.
Murdoch University refused the accusations charged by a recent report and sent an e-mail to its students. The email claims to be ‘delighted’ at being an international university.
Students responded to the report and asserted that the university had avoided its admission requirements to attract international students.
It has also been reported that the university had chosen 92 per cent of its students to be international between the years of 2017-2018. Staff members have also issues and come up with their concerns about this academic misconduct and the low quality of English literacy for admission purposes.
Students of the university clearly stated that if they were aware of this situation before then surely they would never have chosen this university in the first place.
The university administration did not say anything in response to these circumstances when they were inquired. Instead, vice-chancellor, Eva Leinonen, sent an e-mail to the students rejecting all the blames charged against the Murdoch University.
The voice chancellor started the email saying that he had also remained an international student in his life. He said that it was quite upsetting for them to hear such upsetting news regarding the international students of their University. He asserted that they are still proud to have an efficient education system. He claimed that the university stood on number one in the rank in Australia in 2018.
Furthermore, he also spoke that he will be proud to have their students being the future alumni of this first class international university. He appreciated the fact that their campus life is a mixture of different cultures which imparts deep learning among the diversity of the students.
Mr Leinonen stated that the students have 24/7 online resource opportunity and various workshops are held on the campus to pursue their studies. The university has made the English language skills its prime importance by introducing more units for both undergraduate and postgraduate students. Students can get help from other graduates as well.
Mr Leinonen also encouraged the students to share their feedback regarding the academics in order to improve the education system of the university. He said that the students should e-mail their experiences and concerns and in return administration will respond to them shortly. This will improve the academic performance of the university.
Vice-chancellor referred to the staff members as well in the recent e-mail saying that it is true that the latest defaming news targeted to them were kind of distracting but the things are not that way. He, furthermore, gave assurance to the staff members that university is not earning extra billions by enrolling international students and they have not at all avoided their English standards for them.
The university had also called upon its council meeting on this Wednesday evening. The elements of the meeting are not disclosed yet by the administration of the university.