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Citation Roche, V. C. (2003). Razor gang to Dawkins: a history of Victoria College, an Australian College of Advanced Education. PhD thesis, Education, University of Melbourne.
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Title Razor gang to Dawkins: a history of Victoria College, an Australian College of Advanced Education
Creator Roche, Vivienne Carol
Date 2003
Subject / Keywords Victoria College Melbourne Victoria, review of Commonwealth functions, higher education, Federal aid to higher education in Australia, amalgamations in Australian universities and colleges, John Dawkins
Abstract For ten years from 1982, Victoria College was a large multi-campus college of advanced education providing a diverse range of higher education programs to Australian and overseas students. This thesis outlines the history of Victoria College. It considers the circumstances that led to its creation through the forced amalgamation of four previously independent colleges of advanced education: the State Colleges of Victoria at Burwood, Rusden, and Toorak and the Prahran College of Advanced Education and examines the events which led to its merger with Deakin University in 1992. (For complete abstract open document)
Type PhD thesis
Language eng
Notes Deposited with permission of the author. © 2003 Dr. Vivienne Carol Roche.
Publication Status Unpublished
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Faculty/Department Education
Faculty/Department Education
Institution University of Melbourne
Collection Research Collections (UMER)
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