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  • ATN FAREWELLS PROFESSOR DEBORAH TERRY AO

    28 July 2020
    On her departure as Vice Chancellor of Curtin University, ATN Universities would like to congratulate Professor Deborah Terry AO on a remarkable six and half years of leadership and wish her all the very best in her new role as Vice Chancellor of the University of Queensland. Read more
  • ATN expertise harnessed in research reviews

    1 July 2020
    ATN Universities welcome the opportunity to share its expertise in today’s announced working groups, which are tasked with reviewing Australia’s research and development funding systems. Read more
  • ATN - The world’s leading network of young unis

    25 June 2020
    ATN Universities continue to be the world’s leading network of young universities. All four of our members are ranked in the top 100 universities in the Times Higher Education Young Universities Rankings 2020 and the QS Top 50 Under 50 2021 Read more
  • MORE SUPPORT FOR REGIONAL INDIGENOUS STUDENTS

    23 June 2020
    ATN welcomes the Federal Government’s guarantee of a bachelor degree place at any university for Indigenous students from regional and remote areas, announced as part of the higher education reform package. Read more
  • NEW WAY TO FIND UNIVERSITY SHORT COURSES

    23 June 2020
    The Federal Government has announced a new way for prospective students to find the short courses they need to reskill, upskill and transition into employment, as part of its higher education reform package. Read more
  • BOOSTING ACCESS TO UNIVERSITY KEY TO OUR ECONOMIC RECOVERY

    19 June 2020
    Today’s announcement by Education Minister Dan Tehan MP demonstrates the Government’s understanding of the importance of higher education in Australia’s economic and social recovery and highlights the need to meet increased demand from Australian students as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19)... Read more
  • ATN SHORT COURSES PROVIDE NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR FUTURE WORKFORCE

    27 May 2020
    ATN universities launch new, subsidised short courses to prepare the future workforce, offering Higher Education Certificates and Post-Graduate Certificates to help workers boost the skills needed in the post-pandemic economy. Read more
  • Disruption

    27 May 2020
    Thinking back to a year ago can be a depressing exercise. Back to a time where there was no global pandemic, we hadn’t experienced Australia’s most catastrophic bushfires, and we could still travel internationally. Read more
  • Australia strengthens strategic ties with Indonesia

    8 May 2020
    ATN welcomes the upcoming commencement of the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement, due to commence in July 2020 Read more
  • Anzac Biscuits

    24 April 2020
    Although its origins are disputed, a traditional Anzac biscuit has been a favourite of Australian's and New Zealanders since the 1920's. Some contain coconut and other slight variations, but here's one that's tried and tested. Read more