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Emeritus Professor Martin Betts joins PhillipsKPA as Associate

PhillipsKPA welcomes Emeritus Professor Martin Betts as its latest new Associate. Martin has spent close to 40 years working in Universities in 3 continents where he has seen the transformational impact they have on individual lives, industry partners, precincts of which they are part, and communities they serve.

Academic Credit Arrangements Report

The Department of Education, Skills and Employment commissioned background research to support the Higher Education Standards Panel's (HESP) consideration of the adequacy of the regulatory framework for academic credit pathways in higher education. 

Fran Reddan joins PhillipsKPA as Associate

PhillipsKPA welcomes Fran Reddan as a new Associate. Fran is a distinguished educator with a deep knowledge of schools. A National Fellow of the Australian Council of Educational Leaders (ACEL), and the Australian College of Educators (ACE), Fran’s experience spans more than 30 years, including teaching at primary, secondary and tertiary levels.

COVID-19 impacts on universities “the biggest shock ever”

The measures to control the coronavirus pandemic will produce “the biggest shock ever” experienced by the higher education sector, says PhillipsKPA Director, David Phillips.

Speaking on ABC Radio National with interviewer Geraldine Doogue and Monash University Vice-Chancellor, Professor Margaret Gardner, David said that the sector was facing enormous revenue reductions from international student fees.