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 in response to consultation paper on sub-Bachelor courses 3 Oct 2017
Universities Australia welcomes the opportunity to respond to the Consultation Paper on demanddriven sub-Bachelor places released by the Department of Education and Training (DET).
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UA Questions on notice Senate Economics Committee October 2017 29 Sep 2017
Responses to questions on notice: Economics Legislation Committee Medicare Levy Amendment (NDIS Funding) Bill 2017
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Submission to the Independent Hospital Pricing Authority’s (IHPA’s) Consultation Paper  22 Sep 2017
Universities Australia welcomes the opportunity to respond to the Independent Hospital Pricing Authority’s (IHPA’s) consultation paper on the Development of the Australian Teaching and Training Classification (ATTC). Universities Australia understands that the ATTC is foundational to the development of activity based funding for teaching and training activities in public hospitals, a process which is intended to bring greater efficiency, transparency, equity and accountability to Australian public hospital teaching and training funding.
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UA Submission to the Draft Report of the Review of Accreditation Systems within the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme 22 Sep 2017
• Universities Australia supports greater consistency and transparency in the development of accreditation fees across professions – including the non-registered professions (see also response to chapters 7 and 8) through the development of a single, national set of funding principles.
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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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