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ATN UNIVERSITIES TO EDUCATE MORE AUSTRALIANS

24 October 2022

The strength of Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) members will be recognised in the Federal Budget by the Albanese Government, with the allocation of 4,461 additional Commonwealth funded university places.

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ATN FORGING STRONGER TIES WITH INDIA

25 September 2022

The Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) has a long tradition of engaging with India and, as the source of 14 per cent of ATN’s international students, now is the time to further strengthen these collaborations and partnerships and explore new opportunities.

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OPPORTUNITY AT THE CENTRE OF ADDITIONAL PLACES

17 August 2022

The Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) is pleased that the Albanese Government has placed educational opportunity at the centre of their plans for Australia’s economic and social recovery with the announcement of an additional 20,000 university places today.

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ATN UNIVERSITIES CRITICAL ENABLERS OF NATION’S PRODUCTIVITY

3 August 2022

The interim report released today by the Productivity Commission – 5 year Productivity Inquiry – The Key to Prosperity – lays bare the future challenges faced by Australia’s economy. This places the Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) and our students, graduates and researchers in the engine room of the nation’s economy.

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AUSTRALIAN JOBS AND SKILLS – A KEY PRIORITY IN LAUNCH OF TECH JOBS ROADMAP

2 August 2022

The Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) is at the centre of getting Australia to 1.2 million tech jobs by 2030 as outlined in the tech workforce roadmap released today by the Tech Council of Australia and the Digital Skills Organisation. ATN universities will play a vital role in educating, upskilling and reskilling 650,000 new tech workers from Australia and abroad.

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