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Job-ready reforms are costing universities, analyst says

Image: Australian National University

Australian enrolment landscape in flux as fee changes kick in and international student numbers decrease

Australian universities’ income from student contributions “will fall in 2021 for the first time since the Higher Education Contribution Scheme was introduced in 1989”, according to a leading education analyst.

The Higher Education Contribution Scheme was created to shift a significant proportion of the cost of higher education away from the public purse and on to students.

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