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Australian higher education ‘in need of reform’

The clock tower od Ormond College at the University of Melbourne, Australia

Universities need a governing commission and stronger leadership, conference told

Australia’s tertiary education system needs to start changing and “advocate its own transformation even if some institutions lose out”, a national conference has been told.

In a keynote speech to the annual conference of the LH Martin institute at the University of Melbourne, academic researcher Stephen Parker said that higher education could help Australia’s recovery but needed to reform to do so.

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