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Productivity Commission Inquiry into Tertiary Education

The Government has asked the Productivity Commission to investigate how trends in technology, internationalisation, population, tuition costs and demand for skills may drive changes in models of tertiary education.

Productivity Commission’s webpage

The Productivity Commission’s Brief, Issues Paper, and Draft Report are available from the Productivity Commission’s website.

 

Universities New Zealand’s response to the Issues Paper 

-      Summary of our Submission, 2 May 2016

-      Submission to the Issues Paper, 2 May 2016 

-      Media release - Universities need bold investment not tinkering or faddist thinking

-      Explaining our position – Video

 

Universities New Zealand’s response to the Draft Report, 29 September 2016

Universities New Zealand’s response to the Draft Report, 29 September 2016

 

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Last modified: December 7th, 2016