International Education Recovery Plan

International Education Recovery Plan

Last updated 31 August 2020
Last updated 31 August 2020

The International Education Recovery Plan is a long-term strategic recovery plan that aims to help reset New Zealand’s international education sector in response to the COVID-19 crisis.

The recovery plan includes a $51.6 million investment from the COVID-19 recovery and response fund to help reset New Zealand’s international education sector. The plan consists of three concurrent workstreams that focus on stabilising the international education sector, strengthening the system, and accelerating the transformation of the sector as signalled in the International Education Strategy 2018-2030.

You can find more about the international education recovery plan on the Education New Zealand website.

The Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) will support the recovery plan by administering two funds:

Private Training Establishment (PTE) English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Provision Fund (2020-2021 funding period)

Private Training Establishment (PTE) Targeted Assistance Fund (2020-2021 funding period)