Admissions policies are based on the merit of applicants
By The Australian Financial Review – Admissions policy based on merit is a lie, a myth, a sham, an outright lie.
But a group of top-ranked universities are warning of a more insidious danger, and are urging governments to start looking at their admissions policies more seriously.
It’s called the ‘Meritocracy’, and it’s a big problem.
It’s something that has a lot of people very concerned.
They’ve got to be very careful about it.
The way that we are currently operating and what we’re doing is wrong, and they should be very, very careful to avoid repeating it.
There are a lot more important things going on at the moment, like we’re working with the government on our plan to build the next generation of universities.
There are a whole host of policies that we’re introducing, that will be a good example.
We’re not going to do the same thing.
It has a long way to go.
If you want to start taking the reins, you have to start listening to the students, the community and the academics who have been talking about it for years, who are very concerned about it, and you’ve got some very good, credible sources.
In short, we’re going to be looking at this in a very careful and critical way.
It needs to be examined, and it needs to get back to the top.
Admissions policies should not be based on people’s race, but on their merit, and not be driven by quotas.
It should be based in a context that really gives people a fair chance to succeed.
That means that they don’t need to be able to afford to go to a school in Melbourne, because if they’re not good enough, then they won’t be admitted.
It doesn’t have to be the same for every person.
If you look at the way that Australia’s public universities are run now, they are really struggling to attract students from around the country.
There is an underclass, and the underclass is made up of the underprivileged.
I think we have a real problem with that, and I think that’s the basis of the current debate.
I think the best way to address that is to look at what we have right now, which is really a problem that’s very, really damaging.
I don’t know how to put it better than this, but if you look out of the top 20, the top 10 schools are the ones that are getting more and more money.
They’re the ones who are getting the most money from the Government, and that’s really, really worrying.
I believe in an Australian university.
It can be one of the most important and the best schools, and there are good things about the University of Queensland and the Australian Institute of Management and the University at Wollongong, and those are very, truly elite institutions.
There’s nothing wrong with a University of Melbourne or a University at Sydney.
That’s a good thing.
But it’s not a good reflection of what Australia is about.
In fact, the National Australia Fund has been working with some of these schools, to give them extra funding, and so we have an excellent network of students who come to our universities to get their degrees, to be involved in their communities, and to be a part of our community.
There has to be more than just the best academics, but there needs to have some people who actually care about the people who are coming to our campuses.
We are trying to find people who can contribute to the community, who can be part of the community.
It is important to us to have that balance, and we have to look really hard at what the best ways of doing that are.
We need to change our admissions policies to reflect that, because we are in a really, truly difficult position.
There really needs to not be an ‘us against them’ attitude.
We have to take the leadership on this.
The fact that the Government is pushing this is a very dangerous thing.
We need to have a conversation about what we are doing, what we want to be doing, how we want people to be receiving their degrees.
I want to make it clear to anyone who is reading this who is not in Australia, and is not living in Australia: we are working with all the universities in the world, working with them to make sure that we have the best people in the country, and in this case, we have got to make a really difficult decision.
We want the best students from all parts of the country to come to the University.
That is our top priority, and everyone’s priorities, including the Government’s priorities.
We will be doing our utmost to ensure that students from different parts of Australia come to university.
But that doesn’t mean that everyone will be able or able to come.
I want to also say that this Government has an opportunity to change the way Australia works in this country.
We’ve got a very big