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.


Submission to DIBP Visa Simplification Review 22 Sep 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 Department of Immigration and Border Protection’s process of simplifying Australia’s visa system. This submission complements those made by individual universities and university groups, which reflect their own particular circumstances and shared perspectives.
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Submission to the Senate Standing Committee on economics inquiry into the Medicare Levy Amendment (NDIS Funding) Bill 2017 and 10 related bills 8 Sep 2017
Universities Australia welcomes the opportunity to make a submission to the Committee on the Medicare Levy Amendment (National Disability Insurance Scheme Funding) Bill 2017 and 10 related Bills.
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supplementary submission to the Senate Education and Employment Legislation Committee’s inquiry into the Higher Education Support Legislation Amendment 9 Aug 2017
Universities Australia (UA) is pleased to make this supplementary submission to the Senate Education and Employment Legislation Committee’s inquiry into the Higher Education Support Legislation Amendment
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Universities Australia’s response to questions on notice - Senate Education and Employment Legislation Committee 9 Aug 2017
Enquiry into the Higher Education Support Legislation Amendment (A More Sustainable, Responsive and Transparent Higher Education System) Bill 2017
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Higher Education Support Legislation Amendment 2017 30 Jun 2017
All members of Universities Australia oppose the reduction in investment in universities and measures that would restrict student access on the basis of affordability. Members also recommend excising performance funding from the Bill pending work being done design and rationale. A majority of our members oppose the Bill in its entirety.
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