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Society for the Provision of Education in Rural Australia (SPERA)

The Society for the Provision of Education in Rural Australia (SPERA) consists of people who share a common concern and commitment to the maintenance and development of appropriate educational opportunities for rural communities in Australia.

SPERA began in 1984 and has members in all Australian states and territories as well as internationally. The society holds an annual conference and produces regular newsletters and journals for its members.

National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education

The National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE) is a research and policy centre funded by the Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment, and based at Curtin University.

The NCSEHE provides national leadership in student equity in higher education, connecting research, policy and practice to improve higher education participation and success for marginalised and disadvantaged people.

Diverse activities conducted by the Centre focus on strengthening Australia’s research quality, capability and capacity to build a robust evidence base; and informing evidence-based policy design and implementation, and institutional best practice.

Barossa Campus

The Barossa Campus is part of the Regional University Centres that offer individual, group and lecture spaces, high speed internet, live streaming webinars, and online connectivity universities. They provide access to student support, as well as academic support in research and academic writing, locally delivered masterclasses for extension learning and special topics immersion.  Students also have the opportunity to build a network of students for study and social interaction.

Country Universities Centre

The CUC create dedicated learning and study spaces that have been designed for regional people by regional people. Their students have free access to high-speed Internet, modern technology, and general academic support all delivered in their local CUC. Students have the opportunity to build a network of like-minded fellow students and can take advantage of being part of a state-wide learning community. 

Equity Practitioners in Higher Education Australasia

EPHEA (Equity Practitioners in Higher Education Australasia) is the professional incorporated association for equity practitioners who work in tertiary education throughout Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific region. Equity practitioners play an essential role in tertiary education to develop and implement student and/or staff affirmative action programs, manage organisational responsibilities under anti-discrimination legislation, promote cultural change within institutions, and foster an environment which values and respects diversity.

Country Education Foundation of Australia

Country Education Foundation of Australia (CEF) is a national education charity working in six states and territories to foster the further education, career and personal development opportunities of rural and regional youth, through community-based encouragement and financial assistance. Their goal is to help close the education participation gap that exists between country and city students. While financial support is important, the local encouragement and investment in a young person’s confidence has equal, if not greater value.

The work of CEF is driven by more than 450 volunteers who work tirelessly for local foundations to provide grants, opportunities and mentorship to school leavers aged 16 – 25 within their regions. This proven, community-based model empowers rural and regional school leavers to overcome the tyranny of distance.

CEF receives no government funding. They rely on the generosity of individual donors and corporate, philanthropic and education partners who share our passion for education equality to achieve their mission

University of Technology Sydney

University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is a diverse and inclusive university committed to social justice and the economic, social and cultural prosperity of our community. Through our research, our graduates and our engagement in public debates, we aim to ensure a just and equitable society.

We’re a university for all, ensuring everyone who desires and merits a place at UTS is enabled to do so. We support individuals and communities to achieve their full potential, and we attract a wide range of students from Australia and overseas.

Our students will join a community that values diversity of thought, critical thinking and technical mastery.


anzuk was founded in 2004 by current CEO Daniel Mundy and Managing Director Ben Goldsmith, initially sourcing teachers from Australia and New Zealand to work in the UK.

Daniel and Ben identified the need for quality teachers to always be present and available in the classroom. For students to achieve desired outcomes, they believe every day counts.

With this goal in mind, anzuk soon expanded to develop local networks, transforming the education recruitment industry one region at a time. anzuk continue to lead the way in education recruitment services, including early childhood and executive specialties.