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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Don’t forget Australian students in chase for internationals
International students have been an important part of Australia for decades and will continue to be so.
Press conference with Lisa Paul
Subjects: Review of initial teacher education, international students and quarantine beds & East West Link ALAN TUDGE:
3AW Drive interview with Tom Elliott
Subjects: Initial Teacher Education review
6PR interview with Liam Bartlett
Subjects: Review of Initial Teacher Education and Respect Matters Program.
New technology brings exciting research opportunities to Melbourne
Minister for Education and Youth Alan Tudge today unveiled new nanotechnology in Melbourne, opening up exciting research opportunities including better cancer detection, more efficient solar cells…
Sky News with Tom Connell
Subjects: Initial teacher education review, international students
Initial teacher education review launched
Federal Education Minister Alan Tudge has today launched a review of initial teacher education, a key element of the government’s ambition to lift Australian school standards.
Teaching Australian students that Respect Matters
New online resources are now available to help school students learn about safe, healthy and respectful relationships, including issues around consent and peer pressure.
Enhancing research collaborations in regional areas
Students, universities, businesses, and communities in regional Australia will all benefit from a boost in research capability through the opening of the Morrison Government’s Regional Research…
$5,000 support for outer regional school leavers
Outer regional and remote students who need to relocate to study can still apply for a $5,000 support payment under the Morrison-McCormack Government’s Tertiary Access Payment (TAP).
Shaping the future of international education in Australia
The Morrison Government is working with students, educators and the higher education sector to maximise the long-term benefits of international students for Australia.
Challenges and opportunities in international education
Thank you Vice Chancellor Martin Bean for having me at your RMIT city campus, and congratulations on your contribution to this great university.