The Council of Australian Postgraduate Associations (CAPA) welcomes the Budget’s new funding towards research. However, we are not supportive of the way the funding will be distributed, as an uneven playing field will be created where recent graduates and ear..
The 2021 National Student Safety Survey findings were recently released and documented the unacceptable and continued prevalence of sexual harassment and sexual assault experienced by university students, since the first national survey conducted in 2016 by the..
The Council of Australian Postgraduate Associations has submitted its 2022-2023 Pre-Budget submission to Treasury - a copy of our submission can be found here.Our submission takes a bold stance to highlight the challenges postgraduates have experienced for..
The Council of Australian Postgraduate Associations welcomes any funding boost to our universities. Additional funding cannot come soon enough with more jobs being lost every day; it plays its part in hurting the quality of education. This pandemic has revea..
MEDIA RELEASE: “We welcomes the support for returning of international students, but more could be done,” says CAPA. The Council of Australian Postgraduate Associations (CAPA) welcomes the Commonwealth Government’s recent announcements around internati..
The Council of Australian Postgraduate Associations calls for international travel restrictions set on temporary migrants to be lifted. Currently, international students need to apply for an inwards exemption in advance with a ‘strong compassionate or compell..
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