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  • ATN Pre-Budget Submission 2021

    3 February 2021
    The Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN), in collaboration with The University of Newcastle, welcomes the opportunity to constructively work with the Morrison Government on developing the 2021-22 Budget. Read more
  • STATEMENT ON FEDERAL MINISTERIAL CHANGES

    18 December 2020
    The Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) welcomes the Hon Alan Tudge MP to the higher education portfolio in his new role as Minister for Education and Youth and congratulates outgoing Education Minister, the Hon Dan Tehan MP on his appointment as Minister for Trade, Tourism and... Read more
  • SKILLS FOR TOMORROW: A PAPER FROM ATN, TDA, AI GROUP AND ALPHABETA

    14 December 2020
    ATN Universities in partnership with TAFE Directors Australia (TDA), the Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) and AlphaBeta (now part of Accenture) are proud to launch our new paper Skills for Tomorrow. Our paper sets out a practical shared vision for education and employment post-pandemic. Read more
  • Deakin joins ATN

    8 December 2020
    Deakin University has announced it has joined the Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN), Australia’s most innovative and enterprising university grouping. Deakin becomes the fifth ATN member university, joining Curtin University, RMIT University, University of South Australia, and... Read more
  • ATN SHOWCASES RESEARCH WITH REAL IMPACT

    25 November 2020
    ATN Universities in partnership with Deakin University and the University of Newcastle are proud to launch Our Research, a new publication showcasing how our collaborative research has a real and tangible impact on economic growth, helps create jobs, and improves our society. Read more
  • CHANGES BOOST UNIVERSITY-INDUSTRY LINKAGES

    21 October 2020
    A greater focus on industry-engaged research funded through the Australian Research Council (ARC) grants program was announced today by Education Minister, Hon Dan Tehan MP. This is an important recognition of the vital role that universities and businesses will play in Australia’s COVID-19... Read more
  • PASSAGE OF JOB-READY GRADUATES BILL PROVIDES CERTAINTY TO SECTOR

    8 October 2020
    Today’s passage of the Morrison Government’s Job-ready Graduates legislation provides much needed certainty for Australia’s higher education sector, following what has been a year of disruption due to COVID-19. Read more
  • ATN WARMLY WELCOMES ANNOUNCEMENT OF NEW CURTIN UNIVERSITY VICE CHANCELLOR

    8 October 2020
    ATN warmly welcomes the announcement of Professor Harlene Hayne as the new Vice Chancellor of Curtin University Read more
  • BUDGET PUTS UNIVERSITIES AT THE CENTRE OF AUSTRALIA’S ECONOMIC REVIVAL

    6 October 2020
    New critical investments announced in the 2020-21 Federal Budget put universities at the centre of Australia’s national economic recovery effort. Read more
  • NEW UNIVERSITY PLACES TO MEET INCREASED DEMAND

    30 September 2020
    Today’s announcement by Education Minister, Dan Tehan, MP to allocate an additional $326 million in the Budget for new university places, the equivalent of 12,000 new students in 2021, recognises the importance of higher education in Australia’s economic and social recovery. Read more