Greedy universities urge return to failed demand-driven system

Australia’s greedy university sector are demanding the federal government restore the failed demand-driven system to allow universities to soak up unemployed young Australians:

Universities face turning away hundreds of thousands of students next year as applications to study surge but available places remain fixed…

Professor of education policy at Melbourne University Frank Larkins said higher education activity is counter-cyclical to the economy and the employment impact of COVID-19 meant rising demand was inevitable…

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