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Australasian Council of Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities

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DASSH

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20 Nov 2015

In order to be competitive domestically and internationally, Australia needs to produce graduates with the skills and knowledge required for employment in their various fields. The quality of our higher education providers has a direct impact on the quality of our students. While there are many...

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31 Aug 2015

The current research training system (RTS) seems to be working reasonably well, producing high quality and innovative researchers in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (ASSH). One challenge that the sector faces is ensuring the appropriateness of Higher Degree by Research (HDR) scholarship...

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31 Jul 2015

DASSH supports the Program’s objectives set out on page 3 of the guidelines, especially in regard to the creation of “a wide range of quality arts and cultural experiences” as well as the focus on developing arts and cultural initiatives and on ensuring access to the arts for all Australians....

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31 Jul 2015

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We agree that the sciences are an integral part of our society and our economy and that a robust strategy to develop science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) capacity, at all levels, is required to ensure Australia remains competitive and...

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17 Jul 2015

The Australasian Council of Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (DASSH) welcomes the opportunity to make a submission in response to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs References Committee inquiry into the impact of the 2014 and 2015 Commonwealth Budget decisions on the Arts,...

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13 Jul 2015

While DASSH recognises that there are a number of strengths and weaknesses with the current grants, fellowships and awards and other programmes delivered by the OLT, we question the need for a new learning and teaching institute especially as there was no indication that the OLT was not...

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22 May 2015

Australia has long been seen as a favoured destination for international students. The high quality of our education, and the appeal of the Australian lifestyle has attracted more than 2.5 million international students to our shores over the past half century. As our largest services export, it...

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27 Feb 2015

The Australasian Council of Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (DASSH) acknowledges that higher education policies need to be adjusted and be relevant in an ever-­changing environment. We welcome the opportunity to reform and simplify the current system enabling both universities and...

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20 Feb 2015

While DASSH welcomes the government’s willingness to negotiate on some of the proposed amendments to the Higher Education and Research Reform Amendment Bill 2014 put forward by members of the Senate, including the decision to retain the current the HECS-HELP repayments at the Consumer Price...

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04 Feb 2015

DASSH welcomes the Australian Government’s acceptance of the recommendation to create a single higher education research data collection system contained in the PhillipsKPA “Review of the Reporting Requirements for Universities”.

DASSH is strongly supportive of Option 1, as it would...

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25

Pageview Total: 210

Submission

20 Nov 2015

In order to be competitive domestically and internationally, Australia needs to produce graduates with the skills and knowledge required for employment in their various fields. The quality of our higher education providers has a direct impact on the quality of our students. While there are many...

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31 Aug 2015

The current research training system (RTS) seems to be working reasonably well, producing high quality and innovative researchers in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (ASSH). One challenge that the sector faces is ensuring the appropriateness of Higher Degree by Research (HDR) scholarship...

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Geographic Coverage: 
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Discussion paper

Submission

31 Jul 2015

DASSH supports the Program’s objectives set out on page 3 of the guidelines, especially in regard to the creation of “a wide range of quality arts and cultural experiences” as well as the focus on developing arts and cultural initiatives and on ensuring access to the arts for all Australians....

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Submission

31 Jul 2015

Introduction

We agree that the sciences are an integral part of our society and our economy and that a robust strategy to develop science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) capacity, at all levels, is required to ensure Australia remains competitive and...

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Submission

17 Jul 2015

The Australasian Council of Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (DASSH) welcomes the opportunity to make a submission in response to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs References Committee inquiry into the impact of the 2014 and 2015 Commonwealth Budget decisions on the Arts,...

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Submission

13 Jul 2015

While DASSH recognises that there are a number of strengths and weaknesses with the current grants, fellowships and awards and other programmes delivered by the OLT, we question the need for a new learning and teaching institute especially as there was no indication that the OLT was not...

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Submission

22 May 2015

Australia has long been seen as a favoured destination for international students. The high quality of our education, and the appeal of the Australian lifestyle has attracted more than 2.5 million international students to our shores over the past half century. As our largest services export, it...

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Discussion paper

Submission

27 Feb 2015

The Australasian Council of Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (DASSH) acknowledges that higher education policies need to be adjusted and be relevant in an ever-­changing environment. We welcome the opportunity to reform and simplify the current system enabling both universities and...

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Geographic Coverage: 
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Discussion paper

Submission

20 Feb 2015

While DASSH welcomes the government’s willingness to negotiate on some of the proposed amendments to the Higher Education and Research Reform Amendment Bill 2014 put forward by members of the Senate, including the decision to retain the current the HECS-HELP repayments at the Consumer Price...

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Discussion paper

Submission

04 Feb 2015

DASSH welcomes the Australian Government’s acceptance of the recommendation to create a single higher education research data collection system contained in the PhillipsKPA “Review of the Reporting Requirements for Universities”.

DASSH is strongly supportive of Option 1, as it would...

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