Since 2007, the University of Melbourne has conducted a series of highly successful public seminars focussed on policy for tertiary education. These high-level seminars have been presented by leading researchers, commentators and policy-makers and have attracted audiences of 100-150 people, including many senior people from the higher education and VET sectors across Australia. With the Federal Election in September 2013 these seminars will attract significant media attention again this year as well as have the potential to influence debate around key issues affecting the sector.
Below are details for the four seminars for 2013, which commenced with “Students and Money” on Monday night, 3 June. The next seminar is “Standards and Controls” on 17 June.
Drinks and canapes will be served from 5pm, and each seminar will commence at 6pm.
These are free events but registration is required.