At every Australian university, safety and wellbeing is a top priority.
Universities Australia works actively to help support all member universities to enhance efforts at each institution and at the sector level to keep students and staff safe.
The results of the 2021 National Student Safety Survey will be released on Wednesday 23 March 2022.
In February 2016, Universities Australia began the Respect. Now. Always. initiative to prevent sexual violence in university communities.
Universities Australia has developed many programs and frameworks to support the mental health and wellbeing of students and staff, some of which are detailed in this section.
Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the Draft APC Accreditation standards for Aged Care/MMR training programs.
Universities Australia (UA) welcomes the opportunity to provide feedback on the Jobs and Skills Australia (JSA) Foundation Skills Study Discussion Paper to determine the intent and desired outputs of the foundation skills study, including scope, coverage, use of the results, and the most appropriate options for achieving this within the timeframe and resources available.
Thank you for this opportunity to provide feedback on the Jobs and Skills Australia Amendment Bill 2023 (the Bill). As the peak body for the universities sector, Universities Australia (UA) advocates for the significant social, economic and cultural value of higher education and research.
University of South Australia Vice-Chancellor and President Professor David Lloyd was confirmed as the new Chair of Universities Australia at today’s Annual General Meeting.
Universities are continuing to play a central role in ensuring Australia’s economy has the skilled workers it needs to grow and prosper.