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  • ATN feature in world’s best young universities

    21 June 2018
    The Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) continues as the world’s leading network of young universities. All five ATN universities ranked in the top 25 universities in the QS World University Rankings - Top 50 Under 50 2019, released today. Read more
  • ATN IN WORLD’S TOP 100 YOUNG UNIVERSITIES

    7 June 2018
    The Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) continues as the world’s leading network of young universities. All five ATN universities ranked in the top 100 universities in the Times Higher Education Young Universities Rankings 2018, released today. Read more
  • ATN ANNOUNCES ATN-LATAM RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP OUTCOMES

    29 May 2018
    The Australian Technology Network (ATN) is pleased to announce 17 successful recipients of the ATN-LATAM Research Scholarship Scheme. Read more
  • ATN WELCOMES OPPOSITION SUPPORT FOR UNIVERSITIES

    11 May 2018
    The ATN welcomed the commitment to post-secondary education by the Leader of the Opposition in tonight’s Address in Reply. Read more
  • ATN WELCOMES NATIONAL RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT

    9 May 2018
    The Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) welcomes the $1.9 billion National Research Infrastructure package for Higher Education in the 2018-19 Commonwealth Budget in line with the delivery of a world class research system which continues to improve in productivity, create jobs, lift... Read more
  • ATN SUPPORTS FUNDING FREEZE EXEMPTION FOR INDIGENOUS STUDENTS

    9 March 2018
    The Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) supports the proposal to exempt indigenous students in Australian universities from limits on student enrolments. Read more
  • ATN Welcomes Focus on Future Skills

    23 February 2018
    The Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) welcome the announcement by the Opposition today that we must boost participation in strong post-secondary education, particularly among disadvantaged groups. Read more
  • funding Freeze Damaging to Students and Economy

    18 December 2017
    The Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) today condemned the Australian Government for its decision to freeze university funding for undergraduate places. “Effectively signalling the end of the Demand Driven System, with no legislation or debate, this represents a significant and... Read more
  • ATN Promotes Excellence in Teaching and Learning

    5 December 2017
    The Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) has funded six new projects to promote innovative teaching and learning outcomes, with a focus on work integrated learning and graduate employability. Read more
  • ATN Universities in Global Top 50

    13 July 2017
    All Australian Technology Network (ATN) universities are again ranked in the world’s Top 50 universities under 50 years old in the latest 2017 QS University Rankings. The University of Technology Sydney placed 8th, QUT and RMIT University were equal 18th, and Curtin University and University of... Read more