Universities Australia regularly makes submissions to government inquiries and reviews, 

Some earlier documents are only held in hard-copy - please contact our registry for details.


Inquiry into the Copyright Amendment Bill 2017 2 Feb 2018
Universities Australia warmly welcomes the Copyright Amendment (Service Providers) Bill 2017 (the Bill) and appreciates the opportunity to provide comments on the Bill.
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Submission to the inquiry into the Electoral Legislation Amendment Bill 2017 31 Jan 2018
Universities Australia welcomes the opportunity to make a submission to the Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters inquiry into the Electoral Legislation Amendment (Electoral Funding and Disclosure Reform) Bill 2017. Universities Australia is the peak body for Australia’s 39 comprehensive universities, which educate more than a million students and undertake research to add to the stock of advanced knowledge that has been valued at more than $160 billion.
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Migration Amendment Bill 2017 and the Migration Charges Bill 2017  18 Dec 2017
Universities Australia is the peak body representing Australia’s 39 comprehensive universities in the national interest. We welcome the opportunity to provide input to the Senate inquiry into the Migration Amendment (Skilling Australians Fund) Bill 2017 and the Migration (Skilling Australians Fund) Charges Bill 2017. This submission complements those made by individual universities and university groups, which reflect their own particular circumstances and perspectives.
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Submission to the inquiry into the foreign influence transparency scheme bill 2017 18 Dec 2017
Universities Australia welcomes the opportunity to make a submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security inquiry into the Foreign Influence Transparency Scheme Bill 2017. Universities Australia is the peak body for Australia’s 39 comprehensive universities, which educate more than a million students and undertake research to add to the stock of advanced knowledge, and has been valued at more than $160 billion.
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Submission in response to 'Future Proof' 18 Dec 2017
High quality tertiary education and training is more important to Australia than ever before. The industries and jobs of the future will depend increasingly on innovation and skills. Improving productivity will be vital to maintain our prosperity and standard of living. A greater share of our population will need to be equipped with the adaptable, transferrable skills that are shaped by high quality post-school learning.
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