The Hon Dan Tehan MP
- Minister for Education
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National University of Malaysia address
Thank you for that very warm welcome and can I say how wonderful it is to be here with you today. Vice-Chancellor, can I thank you for your opening remarks and for your warm welcome as well.
New partnership takes Australian education to Malaysia
Minister for Education Dan Tehan said Australian universities were continuing to grow the international student market by diversifying their offering.
Visit to Malaysia and India
Australia will benefit from stronger ties in education with Malaysia and India forged during the Minister for Education’s visit to both countries.
Future proofing Australia from natural disaster
The Morrison Government is investing in research to improve Australia’s response to natural disasters.
Pioneering research partnerships to benefit Australians
The Morrison Government is investing in research to create jobs and new business opportunities.
World-leading research in Brisbane’s backyard
World-leading research will take place in Brisbane thanks to Morrison Government funding.
Protecting Australian universities from foreign interference
The Australian Government and the university sector are taking a stand against foreign interference with new guidelines to ensure our students and research are protected.
New opportunities for unique Australian native foods
Australian researchers will help turn bush tucker into new jobs and business opportunities while also showcasing native Australian cuisine to the world.
World-leading research in Townsville’s backyard
World-leading research will take place in Townsville thanks to Morrison Government funding.
World-leading research in Perth’s backyard
World-leading research will take place in Perth thanks to Morrison Government funding.
Boosting innovative drug delivery research
Australians will get better medical treatment because of Morrison Government funded research to develop new types of drugs.
World-leading research in New England’s backyard
World-leading research will take place in New England thanks to Federal Coalition Government funding.