The Hon Dan Tehan MP
- Minister for Education
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Long-term strategy for international education
The Morrison Government will work with the education sector to develop a long-term plan for international education.
Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Fran Kelly, ABC RN Breakfast
SUBJECTS: Australia and China, Council for International Education, Return of international students
Minister for Education Dan Tehan press conference
SUBJECTS: AFP arrests and child care fraud, Australian wine traded into China, Hotel quarantine and Victoria, WA state border
2021 Tim Fischer and Bob Hawke John Monash Scholarships
Daniel Yore and Alice Crawford were named the recipients of the 2021 Tim Fischer and Bob Hawke John Monash Scholarships respectively, by the General Sir John Monash Foun
More scholarships for students to study in the regions
The Coalition Government will provide more than $9.5 million in scholarships for students to study in regional Australia from semester one 2021.
2019 Financial Report for Higher Education providers
The Australian Government today publishes the 2019 Financial Report for Higher Education providers.
Leap forward for world-leading carbon capture and storage research facility
Minister for Education Dan Tehan said world-leading energy research was happening in Wannon as he visited the newly renamed Otway International Test Centre.
First sod turned on hydrogen research facility
Minister for Education Dan Tehan said world-leading hydrogen research would be taking place in Wannon as he turned the first sod on the construction of a hydrogen research facility at Deakin…
Research to protect and preserve the Great Barrier Reef
North Queensland’s iconic Great Barrier Reef will be better protected thanks to the Morrison Government’s investment in a $36.3 million research facility near Townsville.
Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Chris Kenny, Sky News
SUBJECTS: US election, International students and pilot programs, COVID-19 and schools
Agriculture students to become job-ready graduates
Australians who start an agriculture degree next year will pay significantly less for their education and graduate into a profession with strong employment prospects.
TEQSA Chief Commissioner appointed
Emeritus Professor Peter Coaldrake AO has been appointed Chief Commissioner of the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA).