Australia rewards good performance

October 12, 2007

More than 20 Australian universities will get a share of a £42 million government fund to reward good performance.

The Learning and Teaching Performance Fund is split between science, computing, engineering, architecture and agriculture, business, law and economics, humanities, arts and education and health. Monash University got the biggest award of £5.3 million.

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