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Act No. 126 of 1972 as made
An Act to make provision for the grant of Financial Assistance to the States in connexion with Universities.
Date of Assent 02 Nov 1972
Date of repeal 24 Jun 1986
Repealed by Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No. 1) 1986

States Grants (Universities) (No. 2)

No. 126 of 1972

An Act to make provision for the grant of Financial Assistance to the States in connexion with Universities.

[Assented to 2 November 1972]

[Date of commencement 30 November 1972]

BE it enacted by the Queen’s Most Excellent Majesty, the Senate, and the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Australia, as follows:—

Short title.

1.  This Act may be cited as the States Grants (Universities) Act (No. 2) 1972.


 

Interpretation.

2.—(1.)   In this Act, unless the contrary intention appears—

“additional research expenses”, in relation to a University, means such expenses incurred, otherwise than by way of land and buildings expenditure, by the University, in connexion with research or training in research, as the Commission approves as additional research expenses for the purposes of this Act, being expenses that, in the opinion of the Commission, should not be expected to be met out of funds available for university purposes;

“collegiate accommodation” means residential accommodation (including related facilities) for students of a University, being accommodation which, having regard to the facilities and services provided for the students, the extent to which, and the manner in which, the students are supervised and to any other considerations that the Commission considers relevant, is, in the opinion of the Commission, of a collegiate nature;

“fees” means tuition, examination, matriculation and other fees payable to a University by a student enrolled at, or applying for enrolment at, the University in connexion with his course of study or attendance at the University, and includes fees payable to the University in respect of the conferring of a degree or diploma, but does not include—

(a) fees the payment of which is voluntary;

(b) fees payable to an organization of students;

(c) fees in respect of residential accommodation; or

(d) fees payable in connexion with, or in connexion with attendance for the purposes of, studies that are not included in the studies that are required or permitted to be undertaken for the purpose of obtaining a degree or diploma of the University;

“hall of residence”, in relation to a University, means a hall, college or other establishment at which any students of the University reside, being an establishment—

(a) administered by the University, or by a body corporate established by the University; and

(b) approved by the Minister, for the purposes of this Act, as a hall of residence;

“land and buildings expenditure” means expenditure on the purchase of land, with or without buildings, the planning, erection or alteration of a building, the development or preparation of land for building or other purposes or the installation of water, electricity and other services, other than expenditure on the alteration of a building at a cost of less than Ten thousand dollars;

“non-collegiate accommodation” means residential accommodation (including related facilities) for students of a University, other than collegiate accommodation;


 

“residential college”, in relation to a University, means a residential college (not being a hall of residence) affiliated with the University and approved by the Minister, for the purposes of this Act, as a residential college;

“State contribution” means moneys paid by a State to a University for university purposes, other than moneys paid in fulfilment of the conditions upon which a payment is or has been made to the State by the Commonwealth under this Act or any other Act;

“the Commission” means the Australian Universities Commission’ established by the Australian Universities Commission Act 1959—1971;

“University” means a University referred to in any of the Schedules,, and includes any other place of education referred to in the First Schedule;

“university purposes”, in relation to a University, means the general teaching and research purposes of that University in connexion with courses of study at that University, and includes external tuition for courses of study at that University and planning and other preparatory work in connexion with proposed courses of study;

“year to which this Act applies” means any of the years One thousand nine hundred and seventy-three, One thousand nine hundred and seventy-four and One thousand nine hundred and seventy-five.

(2.)   In this Act, a reference to a Schedule shall be read as a reference to a Schedule to this Act.

Grants for recurrent expenditure.

3.—(1.)     In relation to each University specified in a Part of the First Schedule there is payable, in respect of the year to which that Part relates, to the State in which the University is situated, for the purpose of financial assistance—

(a) if the sum of the fees received by the University during that year and the State contributions paid in respect of the University during that year (other than fees used for, or State contributions made for the purposes of, land and buildings expenditure, expenditure in respect of equipment in accordance with proposals approved under section 6 of this Act or additional research expenses) is not less than the amount specified in respect of that University in the second column of that Part—the amount specified in respect of that University in the third column of that Part; or

(b) in any other case—so much of the amount specified in respect of that University in the third column of that Part as bears to that amount the same proportion as the sum of those fees and State contributions bears to the amount specified in respect of that University in the second column of that Part.


 

(2.)   Where the Minister is satisfied that a State contribution paid after the expiration of a year to which this Act applies related to university purposes in respect of that year, he may, in his discretion and with the approval of the State, direct that, for the purposes of this section, that contribution shall be treated as having been paid during that year.

(3.)   The financial assistance to a State by way of payment of an amount under this section in relation to a University is granted on the conditions that—

(a) the State will, without undue delay, pay that amount to the University; and

(b) the State will ensure that the amount so paid to the University is applied by the University for expenditure on university purposes.

(4.)   The financial assistance to a State by way of payments under this section in respect of a year in relation to a University specified in Part IV of the First Schedule is granted on the further condition that the State will ensure that the University will, in that year, apply, for university purposes included in the purposes specified in that Part in relation to that University, not less than the amount specified in that Part in relation to that University in respect of that year.

(5.)   A reference in this section to expenditure on university purposes shall be read as not including a reference to land and buildings expenditure, expenditure in respect of equipment in accordance with proposals approved under section 6 of this Act or expenditure by way of additional research expenses.

Salary rates.

4.—(1.)  For the purposes of financial assistance under this Act in respect of a year to which this Act applies—

(a) the approved rate of basic professorial remuneration is Fifteen thousand three hundred and sixty-eight dollars per annum;

(b) the approved rate of remuneration for an associate professor or a reader is Twelve thousand six hundred and ninety-seven dollars per annum;

(c) the approved maximum rate of remuneration for a senior lecturer is Eleven thousand two hundred and thirty-four dollars per annum;

(d) the approved maximum rate of remuneration for a lecturer is Nine thousand three hundred and ninety dollars per annum; and

(e) the approved minimum rate of remuneration for a lecturer is Six thousand eight hundred and one dollars per annum.

(2.)   Where the Minister is satisfied that a University, in a year to which this Act applies, has paid—

(a) basic professorial remuneration at a rate higher than the rate referred to in paragraph (a) of the last preceding sub-section;

(b) remuneration to associate professors or readers at a rate higher than the rate referred to in paragraph (b) of the last preceding sub-section;


 

(c) remuneration to senior lecturers at a rate higher than, or in accordance with a range of remuneration the maximum rate of which was higher than, the rate referred to in paragraph (c) of the last preceding sub-section;

(d) remuneration to lecturers at a rate higher than, or in accordance with a range of remuneration the maximum rate of which was higher than, the rate referred to in paragraph (d) of the last preceding sub-section; or

(e) remuneration to lecturers in accordance with a range of remuneration the minimum rate of which was higher than the rate-referred to in paragraph (e) of the last preceding sub-section,

the Minister may determine that the amount payable under the last preceding section in relation to that University in respect of that year shall be limited to such amount as he considers would have been the amount so payable if the approved rates referred to in the last preceding sub-section had been observed, and, in making such a determination, the Minister may have regard to the relationship between rates of remuneration referred to in this section and other rates of remuneration paid by the University.

Grants for expenditure on University building projects, &c.

5.—(1.)     Subject to this section, if a State contribution received by a University specified in the first column of the Second Schedule in the period of three years to which this Act applies was made for the purpose of assisting the University to carry out a project of that University specified in respect of that University in the second column of that Schedule, there is payable under this section to the State in which the University is situated, for the purpose of financial assistance, an amount equal to the State contribution.

(2.)   The respective total sums payable to a State under the last preceding sub-section in relation to the several projects of a University shall not exceed the amounts respectively specified in the third column of the Second Schedule opposite to the descriptions of those several projects or such other amounts, not exceeding in all the sum of the amounts so specified, as are approved by the Minister.

(3.)   Where a project specified in the Second Schedule consists of, or includes, the erection, alteration or extension of a building, that project shall be deemed to include the provision of furnishings, as approved by the Commission for the purposes of this section, for that building, or for the altered parts or the extensions of that building, as the case may be.

(4.)   The financial assistance to a State by way of payment of an amount under this section in relation to a project of a University is granted on the conditions that—

(a) the State will, without undue delay, pay that amount to the University; and

(b) the State will ensure that the amount so paid to the University is applied by the University, without undue delay, towards the carrying out of that project.


 

Grants for equipment.

6.—(1.)     A University specified in the Third Schedule may, from time to time, submit for the approval of the Commission proposals for expenditure in respect of equipment for use by the University.

(2.)   The Commission may approve proposals so submitted, subject to such conditions as the Commission determines.

(3.)   If a State contribution received by a University in the period of three years to which this Act applies was made for the purpose of assisting the University to meet expenditure incurred, or to be incurred, by the University in accordance with proposals approved under this section, there is payable under this section to the State in which the University is situated, for the purpose of financial assistance, an amount equal to the State contribution.

(4.)   The total of the amounts payable to a State under this section in relation to a University shall not exceed the amount specified in respect of that University in the Third Schedule.

(5.)   The total of the amounts that may be paid under this section to the State of South Australia in relation to Flinders University of South Australia in respect of equipment other than equipment for the School of Medicine of that University shall not exceed Six hundred and ninety-five thousand dollars.

(6.)   The total of the amounts that may be paid under this section to the State of Western Australia in relation to Murdoch University in respect of equipment other than equipment for the School of Veterinary Studies of that University shall not exceed Two hundred thousand dollars.

(7.)   The financial assistance to a State by way of payment of an amount under this section in relation to a University is granted on the conditions that—

(a) the State will, without undue delay, pay that amount to the University; and

(b) the State will ensure that the amount so paid to the University is applied by the University, without undue delay, for the purposes of expenditure in accordance with an approval under this section.

(8.)   In this section, “equipment” includes library material of a kind approved by the Commission for the purposes of this section.

Special research grants.

7.—(1.)  Subject to this section, where, in the period of three years to which this Act applies, a University specified in the Fourth Schedule incurs additional research expenses and applies moneys derived from a State contribution made for the purposes of those expenses towards meeting those expenses, there is payable to the State in which the University is situated, for the purpose of financial assistance, an amount equal to—

(a) one-half of those expenses; or

(b) the amount derived from a State contribution that is applied towards meeting those expenses,

whichever is the less.


 

(2.)   The total of the amounts payable to a State under this section in relation to a University shall not exceed the amount specified in respect of that University in the Fourth Schedule.

(3.)   The financial assistance to a State by way of payment of an amount under this section in relation to any expenses of a University is granted on the conditions that—

(a) the State will, without undue delay, pay that amount to the University; and

(b) the State will ensure that the University promptly discharges any outstanding liability in respect of those expenses.

Building grants in respect of balls of residence and residential colleges.

8.—(1.)   For the purposes of this section, a project of a hall of residence or residential college consists of—

(a) the purchase of land, with or without buildings, for the purposes of the hall or college;

(b) the planning, erection or alteration of a building of or for the hall or college;

(c) the development or preparation of land for such a building or for other purposes of the hall or college;

(d) the installation of water, electricity and other services for the purposes of the hall or college; or

(e) the purchase of furnishings or equipment for a building of the hall or college.

(2.)   Subject to this section, if—

(a) during the period of three years to which this Act applies—

(i) a State contribution is received by a University for the purpose of expenditure by the University in carrying out a project of a hall of residence; or

(ii) an amount derived otherwise than in consequence of the grant of financial assistance by the Commonwealth to the State in which the relevant University is situated is expended by the body administering a residential college on a project of the college; and

(b) the Minister has, at the request of the State in which the relevant University is situated, approved the grant of financial assistance in respect of the project,

there is payable to that State, for the purpose of financial assistance, such amount as the Commission approves, not exceeding the amount of the State contribution referred to in sub-paragraph (i) of paragraph (a) of this sub-section, or the amount of the expenditure referred to in subparagraph (ii) of that paragraph, as the case may be.

(3.)   Subject to this section, there shall not be paid under this section, in respect of projects in relation to—

(a) collegiate accommodation at halls of residence of a University;

(b) collegiate accommodation at residential colleges of a University; or


 

(c) non-collegiate accommodation at halls of residence and residential colleges of a University,

amounts exceeding in total the amount set out in respect of that University in the column of the Fifth Schedule that relates to accommodation of that kind.

(4.)   If, at any time during the period of three years to which this Act applies, the Minister certifies that he is satisfied that the amount specified in a column of the Fifth Schedule in respect of a University exceeds by not less than a specified amount the total of the sums that have become payable, and any further sums that may become payable, under this section to a State in relation to that University in respect of accommodation of the kind to which that column relates, the Commission may, subject to the approval of the Minister, determine that this section shall have effect as if—

(a) an amount determined by the Commission, not exceeding the amount specified in the certificate of the Minister, were deducted from the first-mentioned amount; and

(b) an amount equal to, or amounts determined by the Commission and together equal to, the amount so deducted were added to another amount or other amounts specified in any of the columns of the Fifth Schedule, whether in respect of that University or another University.

(5.)   The financial assistance to a State by way of payment of an amount under this section is granted on the condition that the State will, without undue delay, pay that amount to the University or body administering the hall of residence or residential college.

(6.)   A State contribution in relation to which a State is entitled to a payment of financial assistance under this section shall not be taken into account for the purposes of section 3 of this Act.

Recurrent grants in respect of halls of residence and residential colleges.

9.—(1.)     There is payable to each State, in respect of each year to which this Act applies, for the purpose of financial assistance in relation to halls of residence and residential colleges of Universities in that State, amounts determined in accordance with this section.

(2.)   In relation to each hall of residence, there is payable to a State under this section in respect of a year an amount of Five thousand dollars.

(3.)   In relation to each residential college, there is payable to a State under this section in respect of a year the amount that is specified in the following table in relation to the number of resident full-time students of the college in the year:—

Number of resident full-time students

Amount

 

$

Less than 100..................................................................................................

5,000

Not less than 100 but less than 120.................................................................

5,500

Not less than 120 but less than 140.................................................................

6,000

Not less than 140 but less than 160.................................................................

6,500

Not less than 160 but less than 180.................................................................

7,000

Not less than 180............................................................................................

7,500


 

(4.)   In addition to the amount payable in accordance with sub-section (2.) or sub-section (3.) of this section, there is payable to a State under this section in respect of a year, in relation to each hall of residence or residential college, the sum of—

(a) an amount calculated by multiplying Sixty dollars by the number of resident full-time undergraduate students of the hall of residence or residential college in that year;

(b) an amount calculated by multiplying Thirty dollars by the number of resident full-time post-graduate students of the hall of residence or residential college in that year; and

(c) an amount calculated by multiplying Ten dollars by the number of non-resident students of the hall of residence or residential college in that year.

(5.)   Where a hall of residence or residential college, or a part of such a hall or college, was not in use during the whole of the academic year comprised in a year to which this Act applies, the Commission may determine that an amount payable under this section in respect of that year in relation to that hall or college shall be such part only of the amount that would otherwise be payable as the Commission thinks appropriate.

(6.)   The financial assistance to a State by way of payment of an amount under this section in relation to a hall of residence or residential college of a University is granted on the conditions that—

(a) the State will, without undue delay, pay that amount to the University or to the body administering the hall of residence or residential college; and

(b) the State will ensure that the amount so paid by the State is used for the provision of tutorial assistance to students of, or for meeting administrative costs of, the hall of residence or residential college.

(7.)   For the purposes of this section, the number of students of a particular class of a hall of residence or residential college in a year is the number that is the average of the maximum numbers of students of that class during the several terms of that year.

(8.)   This section does not apply in relation to a hall of residence or residential college that does not provide collegiate accommodation.

(9.)   In this section—

“full-time student” means a student who is pursuing, at a University, a course of study (including a course of study at post-graduate level) which the Commission is satisfied is such as reasonably to require full-time study;


 

“non-resident student”, in relation to a hall of residence or residential college, means a student of a University, not occupying collegiate accommodation at that, or any other, hall of residence or residential college, who is enrolled as a non-resident student of that hall or college and receiving at that hall or college tutorial assistance other than tutorial assistance that is provided by the relevant University to all students of that University pursuing a particular course of study;

“resident full-time post-graduate student”, in relation to a hall of residence or residential college, means a full-time student who is a resident of the hall of residence or residential college occupying collegiate accommodation and is engaged, at a University, in study or research at post-graduate level;

“resident full-time student”, in relation to a hall of residence or residential college, means a resident full-time undergraduate student or resident full-time post-graduate student of the hall or college;

“resident full-time undergraduate student”, in relation to a hall of residence or residential college, means a full-time student, not being a resident full-time post-graduate student, who is a resident of the hall of residence or residential college occupying collegiate accommodation.

Grants in respect of building projects, &c., in connexion with teaching hospitals.

10.—(1.)   For the purposes of this section, the teaching hospital projects of a University are projects in relation to a hospital referred to in the Sixth Schedule that are to be carried out by the hospital in accordance with arrangements with that University, being projects that are described in the Sixth Schedule opposite to the name of that hospital appearing under the name of that University.

(2.)   Subject to this section, if a State contribution received by a University specified in the Sixth Schedule in the period of three years to which this Act applies was made for the purpose of assisting the University to meet the cost of a teaching hospital project of that University, there is payable under this section to the State in which the University is situated, for the purpose of financial assistance, an amount equal to the State contribution.

(3.)   The sum of the amounts payable to a State under the last preceding sub-section in respect of the teaching hospital projects of a University shall not exceed the sum of the amounts specified in the third column of the Sixth Schedule, under the name of that University, opposite to the descriptions of those projects.


 

(4.)   The total amount payable to a State under sub-section (2.) of this section in respect of any one teaching hospital project of a University shall not exceed—

(a) the amount specified in the third column of the Sixth Schedule, under the name of that University, opposite to the description of that project; or

(b) subject to the last preceding sub-section, where another amount is approved by the Minister, that other amount.

(5.)   Where a project specified in the Sixth Schedule consists of, or includes, the erection, alteration or extension of a building, that project shall be deemed to include the provision of furnishings, as approved by the Commission for the purposes of this section, for that building, or for the altered parts or the extensions of that building, as the case may be.

(6.)   The financial assistance to a State by way of payment of an amount under this section in relation to a teaching hospital project of a University is granted on the conditions that—

(a) the State will, without undue delay, pay that amount to the University; and

(b) the State will ensure that the amount so paid to the University is applied by the University, without undue delay, towards that project.

Recurrent grants in respect of teaching hospitals.

11.—(1.)   For the purposes of this section, a reference to a teaching hospital of a University shall be read as including a reference to any hospital in which students enrolled in the Faculty of Medicine of that University receive clinical instruction.

(2.)   For the purposes of this section, the appropriate costs, in relation to a teaching hospital of a University, are—

(a) the salaries paid to an administrative officer, to clinical supervisors, and to persons whose duties are of a secretarial nature, engaged in the administration of the teaching at that hospital of students enrolled in the Faculties of Medicine of that University and of any other University in relation to which that hospital is a teaching hospital;

(b) the expenditure (other than land and buildings expenditure or expenditure on the purchase of equipment) incurred by the hospital in relation to the parts of the hospital used exclusively by students referred to in the last preceding paragraph and by their teachers and to the facilities and equipment so used in connexion with those parts of the hospital; and

(c) the expenditure, up to an amount of Two thousand five hundred dollars in any year, incurred in the purchase of books and periodicals for the medical library of the hospital.


 

(3.)   Where a State furnishes to the Minister such information, certified to be correct by the Auditor-General of the State, as the Minister requires with respect to the State contributions in relation to the appropriate costs of the teaching hospitals of a University incurred in a year to which this Act applies, there is payable to the State in which the University is situated, for the purpose of financial assistance—

(a) if the Minister is satisfied that the amount of the State contributions paid to that University during that year in relation to the appropriate costs of those teaching hospitals incurred in that year is not less than the amount specified in respect of that University in the second column of the Part of the Seventh Schedule that relates to that year—the amount specified in respect of that University in the third column of that Part; or

(b) in any other case—so much of the amount specified in respect of that University in the third column of that Part as bears to that amount the same proportion as the amount the Minister is satisfied constitutes those State contributions bears to the amount specified in respect of that University in the second column of that Part.

(4.)   Where the Minister is satisfied that a State contribution paid after the expiration of a year to which this Act applies related to the appropriate costs of a teaching hospital of a University incurred in that year, he may, in his discretion and with the approval of the State, direct that, for the purposes of this section, that contribution shall be treated as having been paid during that year.

(5.)   The financial assistance to a State by way of payment of an amount under this section in relation to the teaching hospitals of a University is granted on the condition that the State will, without undue delay, pay that amount to the University.

(6.)   A State contribution in relation to which a State is entitled to a payment of financial assistance under this section shall not be taken into account for the purposes of section 3 of this Act.

Additional conditions.

12.—(1.)   In addition to the conditions specified in any other provision of this Act, an amount of financial assistance to a State under this Act is granted on the conditions that—

(a) if the Minister informs the State that he is satisfied that the State has failed to fulfil the conditions applicable to that amount, the State will repay that amount, or such part of that amount as the Minister specifies, to the Commonwealth; and

(b) if that amount exceeds the amount properly payable, the State will repay the excess to the Commonwealth.


 

(2.)   An amount of financial assistance to a State under this Act in relation to a project referred to in section 5, 8 or 10 of this Act is granted on the conditions that—

(a) particulars of matters in relation to the carrying out of the project will be submitted for the approval of the Commission in accordance with procedures determined by the Minister; and

(b) the project will be carried out, as regards matters to which those procedures relate, in accordance with approvals given by the Commission.

Advances.

13.   The Minister and the Treasurer may make arrangements for the making by the Treasurer to a State, by way of financial assistance to the State, of advances on account of an amount that is expected to become payable under this Act to the State, and the conditions that would be applicable to a payment of the last-mentioned amount are applicable to any such advance.

Appropriation.

14.   Payments to a State under this Act shall be made out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund, which is appropriated accordingly.

Progress reports.

15.   The Commission shall furnish to the Minister, at such times as the Minister directs, such reports as the Minister requires on the progress made, and the progress proposed to be made, in the carrying out of the projects specified in the Second Schedule or in the Sixth Schedule or on any other matter relevant to the operation of this Act.

Special provisions relating to Wollongong University College and Murdoch University.

16.—(1.)   On and after the date of establishment of a University at Wollongong in the State of New South Wales—

(a) references in a Schedule to the Wollongong University College shall be read as references to that University; and

(b) this Act has effect as if things done before that date by or in relation to the Wollongong University College had been done by or in relation to that University.

(2.)   For the purposes of this Act—

(a) until the establishment of Murdoch University in the State of Western Australia, the Murdoch University Planning Board established by the Murdoch University Planning Board Act, 1970 of that State shall be deemed to be a University, and references in a Schedule to Murdoch University shall be read as references to that Board; and

(b) on and after the date of establishment of Murdoch University, this Act has effect as if things done before that date by or in relation to the Murdoch University Planning Board had been done by or in relation to Murdoch University.


THE SCHEDULES

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FIRST SCHEDULE                                        Section 3.

Part I

Grants for Recurrent Expenditure for the Year 1973

First Column

second Column

Third Column

University

Fees and State contributions

Maximum financial assistance

 

$

$

New South Wales—

 

 

University of Sydney.............................................................

20,129,000

10,881,000

University of New South Wales.............................................

17,844,000

9,646,000

University of New England....................................................

5,751,000

3,109,000

University of Newcastle.........................................................

4,051,000

2,189,000

Macquarie University.............................................................

6,439,000

3,481,000

Wollongong University College.............................................

1,727,000

933,000

 

55,941,000

30,239,000

Victoria—

 

 

University of Melbourne........................................................

17,163,000

9,277,000

Monash University.................................................................

14,670,000

7,930,000

La Trobe University...............................................................

5,732,000

3,098,000

 

37,565,000

20,305,000

Queensland—

 

 

University of Queensland......................................................

15,164,000

8,196,000

James Cook University of North Queensland........................

2,564,000

1,386,000

Griffith University.................................................................

344,000

186,000

 

18,072,000

9,768,000

South Australia—

 

 

University of Adelaide...........................................................

9,827,000

5,313,000

Flinders University of South Australia...................................

3,895,000

2,105,000

 

13,722,000

7,418,000

Western Australia—

 

 

University of Western Australia.............................................

9,614,000

5,196,000

Murdoch University...............................................................

370,000

200,000

 

9,984,000

5,396,000

Tasmania—

 

 

University of Tasmania..........................................................

4,421,000

2,389,000

 

139,705,000

75,515,000


First Schedule—continued

Part II

Grants for Recurrent Expenditure for the Year 1974

First Column

second Column

Third Column

University

Fees and State contributions

Maximum financial assistance

 

$

$

New South Wales—

 

 

University of Sydney..............................................................................................

21,343,000

11,537,000

University of New South Wales.............................................................................

19,591,000

10,589,000

University of New England....................................................................................

6,173,000

3,337,000

University of Newcastle..........................................................................................

4,531,000

2,449,000

Macquarie University..............................................................................................

7,147,000

3,863,000

Wollongong University College..............................................................................

2,103,000

1,137,000

 

60,888,000

32,912,000

Victoria—

 

 

University of Melbourne.........................................................................................

18,221,000

9,849,000

Monash University.................................................................................................

15,592,000

8,428,000

La Trobe University................................................................................................

6,692,000

3,618,000

 

40,505,000

21,895,000

Queensland—

 

 

University of Queensland.......................................................................................

16,332,000

8,828,000

James Cook University of North Queensland.........................................................

2,895,000

1,565,000

Griffith University..................................................................................................

636,000

344,000

 

19,863,000

10,737,000

South Australia—

 

 

University of Adelaide............................................................................................

10,568,000

5,712,000

Flinders University of South Australia...................................................................

4,557,000

2,463,000

 

15,125,000

8,175,000

Western Australia—

 

 

University of Western Australia..............................................................................

10,685,000

5,775,000

Murdoch University................................................................................................

688,000

372,000

 

11,373,000

6,147,000

Tasmania—

 

 

University of Tasmania...........................................................................................

4,914,000

2,656,000

 

152,668,000

82,522,000

Part III

Grants for Recurrent Expenditure for the Year 1975

First Column

Second Column

Third Column

University

Fees and State contributions

Maximum financial assistance

 

$

$

New South Wales—

 

 

University of Sydney..............................................................................................

22,622,000

12,228,000

University of New South Wales.............................................................................

21,655,000

11,705,000

University of New England....................................................................................

6,601,000

3,569,000

University of Newcastle..........................................................................................

5,070,000

2,740,000

Macquarie University..............................................................................................

7,880,000

4,260,000

Wollongong University College..............................................................................

2,421,000

1,309,000

 

66,249,000

35,811,000


First Schedule—continued

Part III—continued

First Column

Second Column

Third Column

University

Fees and State contributions

Maximum financial assistance

 

$

$

Victoria—

 

 

University of Melbourne............................................................

19,299,000

10,431,000

Monash University.....................................................................

16,468,000

8,902,000

La Trobe University...................................................................

7,848,000

4,242,000

 

43,615,000

23,575,000

Queensland—

 

 

University of Queensland..........................................................

17,318,000

9,362,000

James Cook University of North Queensland............................

3,252,000

1,758,000

Griffith University.....................................................................

1,292,000

698,000

 

21,862,000

11,818,000

South Australia—

 

 

University of Adelaide...............................................................

11,541,000

6,239,000

Flinders University of South Australia.......................................

5,161,000

2,789,000

 

16,702,000

9,028,000

Western Australia—

 

 

University of Western Australia.................................................

11,243,000

6,077,000

Murdoch University...................................................................

1,603,000

867,000

 

12,846,000

6,944,000

Tasmania—

 

 

University of Tasmania..............................................................

5,511,000

2,979,000

 

166,785,000

90,155,000

Part IV

Special Purposes in Relation to Grants for Recurrent Expenditure

University

Purpose

Amount to be expended in 1973

Amount to be expended in 1974

Amount to be expended in 1975

 

 

$

$

$

University of Sydney........

General development approved by Commission....................

200,000

400,000

600,000

University of Melbourne..

General development approved by Commission....................

200,000

400,000

600,000

Flinders University of South Australia

Teaching and research purposes of School of Medicine.........

60,000

350,000

670,000

Murdoch University..........

Teaching and research purposes of School of Veterinary Studies         

30,000

65,000

230,000


SECOND SCHEDULE                                        Section 5.

Grants for University Building Projects, etc.

First Column

Second Column

Third Column

University

Project

Commonwealth contribution

 

 

$

New South Wales—

 

 

University of Sydney........................

Biological Sciences—new building....................................

1,000,000

 

Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering— completion of building     

935,000

 

Architecture—new building and renovations to existing buildings        

650,000

 

Veterinary Physiology, Animal Nutrition, Animal Genetics—completion of building........................................................................

425,000

 

Computer Building—new building.....................................

290,000

 

Dental School—alterations and renovations ......................

250,000

 

Woolley Building—alterations............................................

230,000

 

Blackburn Building—extension..........................................

205,000

 

Electrical Engineering Building—extension for Energy Conversion Unit.....................................................................................

95,000

 

Agronomy—extensions of office and research faculties at Nepean       

75,000

 

Purchase of sites in the Darlington area..............................

500,000

 

Minor works approved by the Commission.......................

235,000

 

Site works and services approved by the Commission.......

220,000

 

Planning for 1976–78 triennium.........................................

30,000

 

 

5,140,000

University of New South Wales

Kensington

 

 

Library and Law—new building.........................................

3,300,000

 

Engineering—new building and renovations to existing building          

1,165,000

 

Medical Building—extension.............................................

745,000

 

Biological Sciences—completion of building ....................

250,000

 

Parking Station...................................................................

62,500

 

Sporting facilities at Little Bay............................................

70,000

 

Minor works approved by the Commission.......................

210,000

 

Site works and services approved by the Commission.......

185,000

 

Planning for 1976–78 triennium.........................................

30,000

 

 

6,017,500

 

Broken Hill

 

 

Chemistry and Mining—additional accommodation...........

67,500

 

Library—extension.............................................................

55,000

 

Minor works at Fowler’s Gap Arid Zone Research Station approved by the Commission

15,000

 

Site works and services approved by the Commission.......

5,000

 

 

142,500

University of New England

Economic Studies Building—extension..............................

525,000

 

Psychology Building—extension.......................................

190,000

 

Biology and Botany Building—extension..........................

187,500

 

External Studies—new building.........................................

180,000

 

Agronomy Building—completion of basement and extension               

175,000

 

Natural Resources—new building......................................

110,000


Second Schedule—continued

First Column

Second Column

Third Column

University

Project

Commonwealth contribution

 

 

$

New South Wales—continued

 

 

University of New England— continued

Multi-purpose Hall—new building..............................

175,000

 

Store and workshop facilities.......................................

75,000

 

Union Building—extension.........................................

100,000

 

Sporting facilities.........................................................

17,500

 

Minor works approved by the Commission.................

65,000

 

Site works and services approved by the Commission

250,000

 

Planning for 1976–78 triennium..................................

15,000

 

 

2,065,000

University of Newcastle...................

Education, Sociology and Psychology—new building

565,000

 

Mathematics and Classroom Building—new building.

530,000

 

Biological Sciences—new building..............................

360,000

 

Architecture Building—extension................................

125,000

 

Lecture Theatre—new building....................................

95,000

 

Main Building—alterations..........................................

37,500

 

Union Building—extension.........................................

100,000

 

Minor works approved by the Commission.................

45,000

 

Site works and services approved by the Commission

275,000

 

Planning for 1976–78 triennium..................................

15,000

 

 

2,147,500

Macquarie University.......................

Chemistry and Earth Sciences—new building ............

1,220,000

 

Social Sciences—Academic Staff Offices....................

520,000

 

Social Sciences—Specialised Teaching Accommodation       

460,000

 

Teaching Accommodation—extension.........................

235,000

 

Lecture Theatre—extension..........................................

95,000

 

Science Services Building—completion.......................

95,000

 

Maintenance and Grounds Depot—new building........

77,500

 

Sporting facilities.........................................................

17,500

 

Minor works approved by the Commission.................

80,000

 

Site works and services approved by the Commission

350,000

 

Planning for 1976–78 triennium..................................

30,000

 

 

3,180,000

Wollongong University College

Library—extension......................................................

625,000

Social Science—new building......................................

455,000

 

Lecture Theatre Block—new building..........................

300,000

 

Science—completion and extension of existing building       

205,000

 

Workshop, Garage and Gardening Centre—new building     

50,000

 

Union Building—extension.........................................

210,000

 

Sporting facilities.........................................................

70,000

 

Minor works approved by the Commission.................

17,500

 

Site works and services approved by the Commission

255,000

 

Planning for 1976–78 triennium..................................

30,000

 

 

2,217,500

 

 

20,910,000


Second Schedule—continued

First Column

Second Column

Third Column

University

Project

Commonwealth contribution

 

 

$

Victoria—

 

 

University of Melbourne.................

Engineering Buildings—extensions................................

1,300,000

 

Earth Sciences—new building........................................

1,212,500

 

Music—new building.....................................................

570,000

 

Agriculture Building—extension....................................

465,000

 

Baillieu Library—extension............................................

400,000

 

Economics and Commerce Building—extension............

155,000

 

Dental Hospital—alterations...........................................

80,000

 

Union Building—extensions...........................................

250,000

 

Sporting facilities—completion of Field House..............

100,000

 

Minor works approved by the Commission....................

195,000

 

Site works and services approved by the Commission...

265,000

 

Purchase of sites in or about the Carlton area..................

475,000

 

Planning for 1976–78 triennium.....................................

30,000

 

 

5,497,500

Monash University.........................

Engineering Buildings—extensions.................................

765,000

 

Menzies Building—extension..........................................

730,000

 

Main library—extension..................................................

430,000

 

Education Building—extension.......................................

385,000

 

Biological Science—extension of building or new building   

310,000

 

Animal House—extension...............................................

65,000

 

University offices—extension or new building ..............

165,000

 

Maintenance Building—extension...................................

35,000

 

Union Building—extension.............................................

80,000

 

Sporting facilities—completion of Field House...............

50,000

 

Minor works approved by the Commission ...................

70,000

 

Site works and services approved by the Commission....

300,000

 

Planning for 1976–78 triennium......................................

30,000

 

 

3,415,000

La Trobe University........................

Humanities and Education—new building.......................

1,375,000

 

Biological Sciences—extension of building and new building               

1,255,000

 

Physical Sciences (Chemistry)—new building ...............

1,065,000

 

Social Sciences—new building........................................

700,000

 

Physical Sciences (Physics and Geology)—new building     

610,000

 

South Building—North West Annexe.............................

150,000

 

Maintenance and Services Depot.....................................

30,000

 

Staff Club—new building................................................

50,000

 

Minor works approved by the Commission ...................

65,000

 

Site works and services approved by the Commission....

300,000

 

Planning for 1976–78 triennium......................................

30,000

 

 

5,630,000

 

 

14,542,500

s

 

 

University of Queensland ..............

Architecture and Music—new building...........................

630,000

 

Commerce—new building...............................................

620,000

 

Chemical Engineering—new building.............................

450,000

 

Biological Sciences Library—new building.....................

370,000

 

 

 


Second Schedule—continued

First Column

Second Column

Third Column

University

Project

Commonwealth contribution

 

 

$

Queensland—continued

 

 

University of Queensland— continued

 

 

Chemistry—alterations to old Chemistry Building and completion of new Chemistry Building .......................................................

175,000

 

Lecture Theatres—new building...........................................

145,000

 

Duhig Library—alterations...................................................

140,000

 

Medical school—alterations..................................................

50,000

 

Great Hall—new building.....................................................

100,000

 

Union facilities in Biological Sciences Library Building.......

70,000

 

Sporting facilities..................................................................

25,000

Minor works approved by the Commission.........................

220,000

 

Site works and services approved by the Commission.........

300,000

 

Planning for 1976–78 triennium...........................................

30,000

 

 

3,325,000

James Cook University of North Queensland

Library—extension...............................................................

310,000

Physics and Mathematics—completion of building..............

275,000

 

Geology—new building.......................................................

220,000

 

Lecture Theatre—new building.............................................

100,000

 

Chemistry—completion of building......................................

75,000

 

Maintenance depot—new building.......................................

30,000

 

Staff House—new building..................................................

25,000

 

Union Building—extensions................................................

90,000

 

Sporting facilities..................................................................

50,000

 

Minor works approved by the Commission.........................

25,000

 

Site works and services approved by the Commission.........

185,000

 

Planning for 1976–78 triennium...........................................

15,000

 

 

1,400,000

Griffith University...........................

Humanities—new buildings.................................................

785,000

 

Library and Administration—new building..........................

775,000

 

Science—new buildings.......................................................

575,000

 

Lecture Theatre Block—new building..................................

160,000

 

Community Services—new buildings..................................

250,000

 

Sporting facilities..................................................................

70,000

 

Minor works approved by the Commission ........................

30,000

 

Site works and services approved by the Commission.........

340,000

 

Planning for 1976–78 triennium...........................................

30,000

 

 

3,015,000

 

 

7,740,000

South Australia—

 

 

University of Adelaide....................

Library Complex—completion.............................................

1,700,000

Mawson Laboratories—extension........................................

175,000

 

Dental School—alterations and extensions...........................

67,500

 

Waite Agricultural Research Institute—alterations to Main Building and new Small Animals House.....................................................

65,000

 

R. A. Fisher Laboratory—alterations....................................

40,000

 

Napier Building—alterations................................................

35,000

Union Building—extensions................................................

375,000

 

Sporting facilities..................................................................

20,000


Second Schedule—continued

First Column

Second Column

Third Column

University

Project

Commonwealth contribution

South Australia—continued

 

$

University of Adelaide— continued

Minor works approved by the Commission ..........................

115,000

 

Site works and services approved by the Commission...........

35,000

 

Planning for 1976–78 triennium.............................................

15,000

 

2,642,500

Flinders University of South Australia

Medical School—new buildings.............................................

1,520,000

Medical School—Site works and services approved by the Commission.........................................................................................

210,000

 

Social Sciences—new building...............................................

710,000

 

Physical Sciences (Earth Sciences)—new building................

645,000

 

Biological Sciences—completion of building ........................

172,500

 

Physical Sciences Building (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics)—extension.........................................................................................

95,000

 

Animal House and Glasshouses—extension .........................

35,000

 

Staff Club—extensions...........................................................

20,000

 

Minor works approved by the Commission ..........................

60,000

 

Site works and services approved by the Commission...........

195,000

 

Purchase of land ....................................................................

60,000

 

Planning for 1976–78 triennium.............................................

30,000

 

 

3,752,500

 

 

6,395,000

Western Australia—

 

 

University of Western Australia....

Engineering, Mathematics and Lecture Theatre— new building            

670,000

 

Social Sciences—new building...............................................

560,000

 

Music—new building.............................................................

305,000

 

Lecture Theatre—new building...............................................

85,000

 

Dental School—extension......................................................

75,000

 

Psychology—new building for Child Study Centre...............

50,000

 

Union—extensions to Guild facilities.....................................

47,500

 

Sporting facilities....................................................................

30,000

 

Minor works approved by the Commission ..........................

120,000

 

Site works and services approved by the Commission...........

272,500

 

Planning for 1976–78 triennium.............................................

30,000

 

 

2,245,000

Murdoch University......................

Veterinary School—new buildings.........................................

875,000

 

Physical Sciences—new building...........................................

995,000

 

Library and Administration—new building............................

675,000

 

Humanities and Social Sciences—new building.....................

610,000

 

Lecture Theatre Block—new building....................................

260,000

 

Amenities, Works and General Offices—new buildings........

50,000

 

Union—new building.............................................................

250,000

 

Sporting facilities....................................................................

70,000

 

Minor works approved by the Commission ..........................

32,000

 

Site works and services approved by the Commission...........

345,000

 

Purchase of land.....................................................................

128,500

 

Planning for 1976–78 triennium.............................................

30,000

 

 

4,320,500

 

 

6,565,500


Second Schedule—continued

First Column

Second Column

Third Column

University

Project

Commonwealth contribution

 

 

$

Tasmania—

 

 

University of Tasmania....

Arts, Commerce and Education Building— extension

500,000

 

Teaching Centre—new building....................

300,000

 

Computer Centre—new building...................

80,000

 

Union Building—extension...........................

75,000

 

Sporting facilities..........................................

115,000

 

Minor works approved by the Commission..

45,000

 

Site works and services approved by the Commission

215,000

 

Planning for 1976–78 triennium...................

15,000

 

 

1,345,000

THIRD SCHEDULE                                          Section 6.

Grants for Equipment

University

Maximum Commonwealth contribution

 

$

University of Sydney.......................................................................................

3,525,000

University of New South Wales.......................................................................

2,975,000

University of New England..............................................................................

640,000

University of Newcastle...................................................................................

600,000

Macquarie University.......................................................................................

820,000

Wollongong University College.......................................................................

580,000

University of Melbourne..................................................................................

2,940,000

Monash University...........................................................................................

1,390,000

La Trobe University.........................................................................................

1,210,000

University of Queensland................................................................................

2,260,000

James Cook University of North Queensland..................................................

245,000

Griffith Universitv...........................................................................................

200,000

University of Adelaide.....................................................................................

1,895,000

Flinders Universitv of South Australia.............................................................

895,000

University of Western Australia.......................................................................

1,400,000

Murdoch University ........................................................................................

350,000

University of Tasmania....................................................................................

795,000

 

22,720,000


FOURTH SCHEDULE                                      Section 7.

Special Research Grants

University

Maximum Commonwealth contribution

 

$

University of Sydney........................................................................................

455,000

University of New South Wales........................................................................

375,000

University of New England..............................................................................

105,000

University of Newcastle...................................................................................

60,000

Macquarie University.......................................................................................

100,000

Wollongong University College........................................................................

40,000

University of Melbourne..................................................................................

425,000

Monash University...........................................................................................

340,000

La Trobe University..........................................................................................

85,000

University of Queensland.................................................................................

310,000

James Cook University of North Queensland...................................................

40,000

University of Adelaide.....................................................................................

295,000

Flinders University of South Australia..............................................................

80,000

University of Western Australia........................................................................

200,000

University of Tasmania....................................................................................

90,000

 

3,000,000

FIFTH SCHEDULE                                           Section 8.

Grants for Buildings for Halls of Residence and Affiliated Residential Colleges

University

Maximum Commonwealth contribution

Collegiate accommodation at halls of residence

Collegiate accommodation at affiliated residential colleges

Non-collegiate accommodation

 

$

$

$

University of Sydney.............................................................

..

33,000

..

University of New South Wales............................................

140,000

..

..

University of New England...................................................

245,000

..

312,500

University of Newcastle........................................................

140,000

..

..

Macquarie University............................................................

..

160,000

125,000

Wollongong University College............................................

..

190,000

..

University of Melbourne.......................................................

47,500

180,750

250,000

Monash University................................................................

..

..

125,000

La Trobe University...............................................................

370,000

..

125,000

University of Queensland......................................................

..

491,000

..

James Cook University of North Queensland.......................

..

452,500

..

Griffith University.................................................................

..

..

..

University of Adelaide...........................................................

..

..

90,000

Flinders University of South Australia..................................

..

..

..

University of Western Australia............................................

260,000

125,000

..

Murdoch University..............................................................

..

..

..

University of Tasmania..........................................................

316,000

40,000

..

 

1,518,500

1,672,250

1,027,500


SIXTH SCHEDULE                                          Section 10

Grants for Specified Teaching Hospital Projects

First Column

Second Column

Third Column

University and Hospital

Project

Maximum Commonwealth contribution

 

 

$

New South Wales—

 

 

University of Sydney—

 

 

The Sydney Hospital..................

Ophthalmology and Eye Health—professorial unit

150,000

The Royal North Shore Hospital of Sydney

New ward block—tutorial and demonstration rooms, operating theatre change area and cafeteria........................

82,500

 

Clinical Sciences Block—completion of facilities

125,000

 

 

207,500

Repatriation General Hospital, Concord

Off-ward laboratories....................................................

2,500

 

 

The Women’s Hospital (Crown Street)

Tutorial room..................................................................

2,500

North Ryde Psychiatric Centre

Psychiatry—teaching accommodation.....................

40,000

 

 

402,500

University of New South Wales—

 

 

The Prince of Wales Hospital

Old Stone Building—completion of conversions and alterations.....................................................................................

60,000

 

Psychiatric Block—side rooms....................................

15,000

 

 

75,000

Prince Henry Hospital ...............

Student residential accommodation...........................

50,000

 

Clinical Sciences Building—alterations......................

5,000

 

 

55,000

St Vincent’s Hospital..................

New clinical teaching accommodation—teaching rooms, common and locker rooms, pathology museum and library

225,000

 

Psychiatry and X-ray teaching rooms—alterations

7,500

 

Animal holding unit.......................................................

15,000

 

 

247,500

The St. George Hospital.............

Clinical teaching block—extensions...........................

120,000

 

Animal house facilities..................................................

15,000

 

Autopsy demonstration theatre...................................

12,500

 

 

147,500

 

 

525,000

Victoria—

 

 

University of Melbourne—

 

 

The Royal Children’s Hospital

Paediatrics Block—completion of extensions .........

42,500

The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital

Otolaryngology—audiometric facilities.....................

20,000


Sixth Schedule—continued

First Column

Second Column

Third Column

University and Hospital

Project

Maximum Commonwealth contribution

 

 

$

Victoria—continued

 

 

St. Vincent’s Hospital................

Psychiatry—completion of teaching areas in the Bolte Rehabilitation Centre.................................................

42,500

Mercy Hospital

Obstetrics and Gynaecology—completion of clinical professorial unit................................................................................

10,000

Larundel Psychiatric Hospital

Psychiatry—alterations to provide clinical teaching areas         

20,000

Austin Hospital...........................

New ward block—completion of project for teaching facilities and student amenities........................................................

42,500

 

 

177,500

Monash University—

 

 

Alfred Hospital...........................

Teaching rooms in main ward block.............................

32,500

Larundel Psychiatric Hospital

Psychiatry—alterations to provide clinical teaching areas         

20,000

 

 

52,500

Queensland—

 

 

University of Queensland— Royal Brisbane Hospital....................

Lecture theatre..................................................................

75,000

The Princess Alexandra Hospital

Teaching unit in new psychiatric block                         

60,000

Clinical professorial units—completion of facilities...

12,500

 

 

72,500

 

 

147,500

South Australia—

 

 

University of Adelaide—

 

 

Royal Adelaide Hospital...........

Tutorial rooms in new hospital block............................

12,500

 

Student residential accommodation ............................

60,000

 

 

72,500

Flinders University of South Australia—

 

 

Flinders Medical Centre ..

New clinical teaching facilities........................................

1,085,000

 

 

1,157,500

Western Australia—University of Western Australia—

 

 

Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and Medical Centre.....................................

Completion of clinical teaching facilities, including medical library and facilities for Pharmacology ..............................

300,000

Tasmania—

 

 

University of Tasmania—Royal Hobart Hospital...................................

Clinical Sciences Building—addition of two floors and alterations.......................................................................................

225,000


SEVENTH SCHEDULE                                    Section 11.

Part I

Grants for Recurrent Expenditure in respect of Teaching Hospitals of Specified Universities for the Year 1973

First Column

Second Column

Third Column

University

State contribution

Maximum financial assistance

 

$

$

New South Wales—

 

 

University of Sydney................................................................................................

157,800

85,200

University of New South Wales...............................................................................

133,700

72,300

 

291,500

157,500

Victoria—

 

 

University of Melbourne...........................................................................................

159,700

86,300

Monash University...................................................................................................

105,800

57,200

 

265,500

143,500

Queensland—

 

 

University of Queensland.........................................................................................

114,200

61,800

South Australia—

 

 

University of Adelaide..............................................................................................

73,400

39,600

Western Australia—

 

 

University of Western Australia................................................................................

55,800

30,200

Tasmania—

 

 

University of Tasmania.............................................................................................

23,400

12,600

 

823,800

445,200

Part II

Grants for Recurrent Expenditure in respect of Teaching Hospitals of Specified Universities for the Year 1974

First Column

Second Column

Third Column

University

State contribution

Maximum financial assistance

New South Wales—

 

 

University of Sydney................................................................................................

157,100

84,900

University of New South Wales................................................................................

137,600

74,400

 

294,700

159,300

Victoria—

 

 

University of Melbourne...........................................................................................

160,300

86,700

Monash University....................................................................................................

106,500

57,500

 

266,800

144,200

Queensland—

 

 

University of Queensland..........................................................................................

117,500

63,500

South Australia—

 

 

University of Adelaide..............................................................................................

75,900

41,100

Western Australia—

 

 

University of Western Australia................................................................................

58,400

31,600

Tasmania—

 

 

University of Tasmania.............................................................................................

24,700

13,300

 

838,000

453,000


Seventh Schedule—continued

Part III

Grants for Recurrent Expenditure in respect of Teaching Hospitals of Specified Universities for the Year 1975

First Column

Second Column

Third Column

University

State contribution

Maximum financial assistance

 

$

$

New South Wales—

 

 

University of Sydney..................................................................

157,100

84,900

University of New South Wales..................................................

135,000

73,000

 

292,100

157,900

Victoria—

 

 

University of Melbourne.............................................................

160,300

86,700

Monash University......................................................................

107,100

57,900

 

267,400

144,600

Queensland—

 

 

University of Queensland............................................................

118,100

63,900

South Australia—

 

 

University of Adelaide................................................................

77,900

42,100

Western Australia—

 

 

University of Western Australia..................................................

59,100

31,900

Tasmania—

 

 

University of Tasmania...............................................................

26,000

14,000

 

840,600

454,400