What Australia should not learn from UK Higher Education
Date: Friday, 29 August 2014
Time: 12:30pm – 2pm
Venue: Barbara Falk Room, CSHE, Level 1, 715 Swanston Street
Although Australia became a quasi-independent dominion in 1901 and achieved a more definite national independence after World War 2, the higher education systems in Australia and UK remain similar. At times the two systems almost feel like one. There are also interesting differences, and larger variations in society, history and world geo-context.
This seminar, presented by Professor Simon Marginson, will reflect on these patterns.
Source: Molly Mckew, Centre for the Study of Higher Education, firstname.lastname@example.org