Attachment: Inquiry into innovation and creativity
1. The extent to which students are graduating with the skills needed for the jobs of today and of the future.
2. Matters relating to laws and regulations that may act as a barrier to education providers being able to offer qualifications that meet the needs of the new economy and fastest growing sectors.
3. Factors that discourage closer partnerships between industry; in particular, small and medium enterprises, the research sector and education providers; including but not limited to: intellectual property; technology transfer; doctoral training practices; and rapid commercialisation;
4. Relationships between tertiary education entrepreneurship programs and public, private, and not-for-profit incubators and accelerators.