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What is the societal impact of our universities?

Globally, universities have long stood as pillars of knowledge, excellence, and innovation. However, their role in society transcends the boundaries of classrooms, lecture halls and research laboratories. As public institutions, Australian universities bear a profound responsibility: to meaningfully engage with ...

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Students, staff demand paid work placement

Union students and workers rallied in Sydney CBD last Friday to demand an end to unpaid placements that exclude low-SES students from some courses and cause 'placement poverty' for many. The Australian Services Union and Students Against Placement Poverty put ...

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More study hubs to engage regional students

Education Minister Jason Clare has announced 10 new Regional University Study Hubs across the country that model a "campus-like" atmosphere to engage more regional students in tertiary study. Every regional hub targets a population where residents are almost half as ...

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Labor to act on university commission proposal

The Albanese government will act on a proposal from a landmark review of the university sector to establish a tertiary education commission, amid warnings from international providers that a crackdown on overseas students is damaging the industry’s reputation. Some industry insiders are ...

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We’re waiting for a Commission: Sector leaders

Thursday's Changing Higher Education for Good HEDx conference held panels and hosted discussions between university leaders and higher education bodies to discuss how the Accord's proposed reforms are going to come to fruition. Amidst concerns about decreasing domestic enrolments at ...

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