Feb 01, 2020

Universities set to lose $1.2b in funding under Turnbull government changes

Universities would be hit with $1.2 billion in funding cuts under the Turnbull government's higher education changes, with new data showing some institutions are set to lose up to $57 million over the next four years.

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