Advisory firm unveils proposal to restore demand-driven tertiary education system

The distinction between university higher education and vocational courses would be abolished under a bold plan for a complete federal takeover of tertiary education – including state-run Tafe colleges – proposed by advisory firm KPMG.

The blueprint, released on Wednesday, proposes spending up to $2.4bn more a year to create a standardised national system of accredited courses and to restore the demand-driven system so that places in all forms tertiary education could be uncapped.

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