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Governing universities: tertiary experience no longer required

Australian universities are in dire straits

The sudden loss of international student fees due to the COVID-19 pandemic and recent court rulings of wage theft by some of our top universities have exposed the depth of these problems.

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The workforce is highly casualised.

There is a sharp divide between senior management and academic and professional staff.

On top of decades of declining federal funding, the sector faces up to 30,000 job losses.

Yet more than 40% of Australia’s vice-chancellors earn more than a million dollars a year.

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