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TEQSA risk judgement welcome

Providers have welcomed TEQSA’s newly released regulatory risk framework as a good faith attempt, but remain concerned about any increase in administrative burden and the accurate interpretation of risk information. The regulatory risk framework released last week, sets out 46 indicators ...

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Medical students take expertise offshore

Valuable foreign medical students are being deterred from Australian study by anxiety about the graduate internship bottleneck, says global migration researcher, Professor Lesleyanne Hawthorne. Professor Hawthorne is associate dean international at the University of Melbourne’s Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and ...

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ANU Burma fracas tests limits of academic freedom

Academic freedom, truth and the future for more than 140,000 Burmese refugees on the Thai-Burma border are at stake in a dispute that has divided the small but influential international coterie of Burmese experts. Accusations of bullying, suppression and sycophancy ...

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