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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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.
Sky News Interview with Tom Connell
Subjects: University sector job losses and revenue, child care
International accolade for Australian renewable energy scientist
Australian researcher Professor Martin Green has been awarded the Japan Prize 2021 for his ground-breaking work in renewable energy research.
Sky News with Tom Connell
Subjects: International students; Financial position of universities; Childcare Package.
International Holocaust Remembrance Day
Thank you for giving me the honour to be here today to commemorate with you this important day.
New Canberra memorial to commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Day
The Morrison Government is providing
Parents urged to check their kids vaccination history before start of school year
Parents across the country are being reminded to check their children’s immunisations for conditions such meningococcal, measles, and
ABC News Afternoons Interview with Jamie Travers
Subjects: International students returning to Australian universities; COVID vaccine rollout.