IHEA welcomes internationally recognised higher education leader, Professor Kerri-Lee Krause to the IHEA Board for 2021
26 May 2021
Independent Higher Education Australia (IHEA) has today welcomed Professor Kerri-Lee Krause, Provost and Senior Deputy Vice Chancellor of Avondale University College to the IHEA Board at the peak body’s 2021 AGM.
12 May 2021
Independent Higher Education Australia (IHEA) welcomes the skills and training initiatives announced last night in the 2021-22 Federal Budget, following earlier announcements of essential support measures for the independent higher education sector and students.
2021-22 Federal Budget measures provide essential support for Australian independent higher education students and providers
30 April 2021
Independent Higher Education Australia (IHEA) welcomes today’s announcement from Minister for Education and Youth, The Hon Alan Tudge MP and Minister for Employment, Workforce, Skills, Small and Family Business, The Hon Stuart Robert MP unveiling a suite of budget measures to support independent higher education providers and students valued at $53.6 million.
9 April 2021
IHEA thanks the Department of Education, Skills and Employment for the opportunity to make a submission in response to the government’s development of a model for university research commercialisation.
IHEA welcomes official consultation process for the Australian Strategy for International Education 2021-2030
31 March 2021
IHEA supports new thinking and the student-centred approach
18 March 2021
Independent providers ranked highest by students for education quality
Submission to the Attorney-General’s Department: Commonwealth Integrity Commission Exposure Legislation
19 February 2021
IHEA members thank the Attorney-General’s Department for its consultation on this exposure legislation and for the opportunity to provide a submission. IHEA supports the principle behind the exposure legislation, that public investment and funds be protected from corruption and malfeasance. However, there are too many uncertainties and a lack of clarity around some central issues that need to be addressed before IHEA could support the legislation.
IHEA’s Dr Sally Burt discusses the Productivity Commission’s report on the new National Skills Agreement on Claire Field’s What Now? What Next? Podcast
10 February 2021
Over two episodes, Claire and her guests, including IHEA’s Dr Sally Burt, discuss what’s in the Productivity Commission’s report on the new National Skills Agreement.