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Canberra, Thursday 12 June, 5:30-7:30PM.
Drinks and canapes from 5PM

Australia has a hugely productive higher education system. What steps are possible to further increase the system’s productivity and contribution?
Join Robert Griew, Beth Webster, Andrew Norton and Peter Dawkins to discuss. Chaired by Hamish Coates.
Australia has done well over the last few decades to build what in many respects is a world-leading higher education system. With international competition growing, ongoing thought is required on how to innovate the system to do better, cheaper.
How can Australia’s universities further boost their social and economic contribution? How can institutions provide education better and cheaper? What change strategies are feasible, and what are the implications? What proven approaches are there for improving higher education productivity?
How can Australia’s universities further boost their social and economic contribution? How can institutions provide education better and cheaper? What change strategies are feasible, and what are the implications? What proven approaches are there for improving higher education productivity?
Has Australia the imagination and will to create and maintain international pre-eminence in higher education? Key issues must be tackled across the next few years if an excellent higher education system is to be designed and built.
The 2014 Policy Seminars address contemporary debates, providing a forum for leaders from across Australia's education and government sectors to discuss issues of national significance.
Visit website for further information and online registration:www.cshe.unimelb.edu.au/heps.
Enquiries:
Should you have any queries, please feel free to contact Molly McKew: molly.mckew@unimelb.edu.au
or tel: +61 3 8344 4605 (business hours).
Please note: these seminars are free to attend but registration is requiredOnlline registration is below.