The Federal Government has wasted no time with the carving knives as it sets to work sticking the blades into higher education. Less than 48hrs after the budget legislation aimed at slashing $3.8 billion has already been introduced into the lower house. This mov..
With the release of the 2017/18 budget, news came that the Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Program would be put into legislation. The Council of Australian Postgraduate Associations (CAPA) and the higher education sector breathed a sigh of relief..
After the release of the 2017/2018 Federal Budget, the Council of Australian Postgraduate Associations (CAPA) questions the conspicuous lack of university research funding. CAPA had, perhaps foolishly, hoped there would be some level of investment in university ..
Today the Federal Government will release their budget containing $2.8billion in cuts to universities, increased fees for students, and an unfair retrospective changing of the Higher Education LOAN Program. This is a reform package that is not only condemned by ..
The Council of Australian Postgraduate Associations (CAPA) condemns the increasing prevalence of Holocaust denial, anti-Semitic posters that are appearing on campuses nationwide. It is inconceivable that Antisemitism still exists especially at institutions of hi..
The National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Postgraduate Association (NATSIPA) condemns the Government’s proposed changes to university Enabling Courses. From 1 January 2018, under the Government’s Higher Education Reform Package, students will go ..