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It didn’t take a pandemic to make Australian universities sick

Australian universities were left exposed and shocked when health experts and the government decided to close the country’s borders. But this was not some kind of shock that would bruise Australian universities, leave them scrambling for money and jettisoning courses left, right and centre, and lead to some gradual return to normality and financial viability.

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