STATEMENT IN RESPONSE TO THE 2014 FEDERAL BUDGET
Higher education experts are mixed in their responses to the federal government’s 2014 budget handed down by Treasurer Joe Hockey tonight.
The deaths of two international students in Brisbane’s CBD fringe has spurred one inner north resident’s call for safer streets.
Australia hasn’t twigged to it yet, but the Abbott government is about to announce the most dramatic changes to the higher education sector in decades.
The university sector should be thrown open to the free market, allowing private colleges to access government funding for undergraduate students, under a proposal that could cost up to $800 million, a government-commissioned report says.
CAPA Vice President (Equity) Vino Rajandran today met with Prime Minister Tony Abbott to discuss science and research.
As a Griffith PhD candidate, you can undertake short-term government placements in one of 11 defined projects that will help broaden your work-ready skills base and professional networks, and expand your practical workplace knowledge outside of a research or university setting.
The Council of Australian Postgraduate Associations (CAPA) invites you to participate in an online survey as part of an awareness campaign regarding the funding of postgraduate student associations. The campaign follows a statement by Minister for Education, Christopher Pyne who just one week into his role declared that one of his top priorities was the removal of the Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF).