Early bird gets the worm on university participation

Like Australia, the UK has set ambitious targets to widen access and improve participation in higher education. Last week saw the release of an important report, written by former UK Cabinet Minister Alan Milburn, that called on universities to “step up to the plate” on improving the attainment, aspiration and achievement in higher education of under-represented groups, particularly students from low socio-economic backgrounds.

From the VC’s Desk – Issue 5 2012

Response to the Grattan Institute report Graduate Winners – Assessing the public and private benefits of higher education At the University of Newcastle, we are clear that broad access to a high quality university education is the key to a stronger Australian workforce, economy and society. In turn, these are all important contributors to establishing […]

Art for Advocacy University of Newcastle second year Fine Arts student, Kate Brady, has completed a year long program with Epic Arts in Cambodia.

Read about Kate’s adventure in an article she wrote for Connect Magazine.

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