The Hon Alan Tudge MP
- Minister for Education and Youth
The Hon Alan Tudge was sworn in as Minister for Education and Youth on 22 December 2020.
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Tasmania welcomes investment towards the establishment of a Holocaust Education and Interpretation Centre
The Morrison Government is providing $2 million towards the establishment of a Tasmanian Holocaust Education and Interpretation Centre, to continue to educate Australians about this dark chapter in…
More support for rural and regional students
Students from regional and remote communities can now apply for scholarships worth up to $18,000 to help meet the cost of university
Prime Minister's Spelling Bee
Schools are being encouraged to get involved in this year’s Prime Minister’s Spelling Bee to promote literacy in an entertaining and engaging way.
Getting more for Australia from our university research
The Morrison Government has today launched the University Research Commercialisation consultation paper on how to maximise the social and economic benefits of Australia’s multi-billion-…
Lifting the impact of universities to strengthen Australia’s future
Acknowledgements I am delighted to join you all today — here at our second oldest university, one of our great research institutions, and my alma mater.
Promoting Australian higher education to the world
The Morrison Government is promoting Australia’s world-class higher education and online learning offering to more than 12 million people around the globe.
University of Tasmania’s Inveresk construction blitz builds
Another significant milestone for the University of Tasmania’s new Inveresk campus has been reached with a major tender awarded to a leading Tasmanian construction firm.
Job-ready Graduates package seeing more students in courses with better job outcomes
Early data for 2021 shows that the Government’s Job-ready Graduates package is having the intended impact: more students studying overall, and more applying to courses in areas of expected job…
Rebate boost to increase civics and citizenship education
The Morrison-McCormack Government has increased the rebate for school students traveling to Canberra this year as part of their civics and citizenship education.
Smiling Minds boost to support rural and regional schools
School children across six hundred of Australia’s rural and regional primary schools will have access to expanded mental health supports through the Morrison Government’s $2.5 million funding for…
Sydney Today interview with Fred Zhang
Subjects: International students, university funding and Chinese travel warning
More student places at the University of Newcastle
More Australians will study in Robertson with the Morrison Government providing more than $25 million for new places and short courses at the University of Newcastle.