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ATN Welcomes Focus on Future Skills

23 February 2018

The Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) welcome the announcement by the Opposition today that we must boost participation in strong post-secondary education, particularly among disadvantaged groups.

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funding Freeze Damaging to Students and Economy

18 December 2017

The Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) today condemned the Australian Government for its decision to freeze university funding for undergraduate places. “Effectively signalling the end of the Demand Driven System, with no legislation or debate, this represents a significant and…

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ATN Universities in Global Top 50

13 July 2017

All Australian Technology Network (ATN) universities are again ranked in the world’s Top 50 universities under 50 years old in the latest 2017 QS University Rankings. The University of Technology Sydney placed 8th, QUT and RMIT University were equal 18th, and Curtin University and University of…

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ATN supports focus on outcomes in higher education reforms

9 May 2017

The Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) supports those proposed reform measures outlined in the Budget aligned to the delivery of sustainability and long-term growth of the sector, but argues that the proposed cuts will undermine the sector’s ability to enact such reform.

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ATN in World’s Top 100 Young Universities

6 April 2017

All five Australian Technology Network (ATN) universities have placed within the top 100 of the Times Higher Education 200 Under 50 Rankings 2017, cementing the ATN’s position as the world’s leading network of young universities.

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