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University fees are poised to change – a new system needs to consider how much courses cost and what graduates can earn

By Andrew Norton, Professor in the Practice of Higher Education Policy, Australian National University
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One key change to universities under the Morrison government was the Job-ready Graduates program. Starting in 2021, this significantly increased student fees for humanities degrees, slashed them for nursing and teaching, and moved many other courses up and down.


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