Expressing concerns that the Australian government's push to expand enrollments could hurt quality, officials at the University of New South Wales will require students to meet a minimum test score to enroll in any of its classes next year, The Australian reported. Fred Hilmer, the vice chancellor, told employees that the university would restrict entry to students with an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank of 80 or above, the newspaper reported. Hilmer expressed concern that the quality of degrees may be slipping as universities rushed to enroll undergraduates to maximize government funding.
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