Commonwealth Grant Scheme Funding Agreements

8.20.1 Reductions in subsection 33-40 (4) of the amount of the subsidy to be paid to a supplier under Section 33-1 of the Act for each year (up to three years maximum) after the year the advance is granted are decided by the Minister. 8.1.1 The purpose of this chapter is to define how to determine advances for a supplier`s expenditures for specific purposes and the reductions in the amount of the subsidy to be paid over the next three years when the Minister determines that an advance must be made under Sections 33 to 40 of the Act. 4.25.10 The regional load of the first component of the formula for a supplier is calculated by multiplying internally the average load of a supplier`s students. and the Multimodal Commonwealth supports the student load for each campus authorized by remoteness Loading (L) for the physical location of this legitimate campus. The amounts for each eligible campus of a provider are added together to calculate funding for the provider of the first component of the formula. 7.1.1 The purpose of this chapter is to determine, in accordance with Section 33-35 of the Act, how to determine extraction clusters or parts of extraction clusters that contain study units or extraction clusters or a specific part of a group of proponents that includes a study unit given for the purposes of the law. 5.5.1 Loading medical students provides funding for teaching costs in hospitals for a Commonwealth-assisted space. 5.5.1 medical studies whose degree would allow provisional registration as a physician by an authority of a state, territory or Commonwealth. 4.5.1 Regional loading provides additional funding under the Commonwealth Grant Scheme (CGS) to help suppliers offset differences in regional campus costs and revenues compared to large urban campuses. 2.1.1 The purpose of this chapter is to identify suppliers other than Table A suppliers who may receive subsidies under Part 2-2 of the Act. 7.5.1 The conveyor belt or a specific part of a transport group containing a study unit is determined as follows.

Clusters are defined by the Education Code (FOE), which is the result of the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) Australian Standard Classification of Education (ASCED), as shown in the table below. Australia`s higher education system is funded in large part by scholarships and public scholarships and tuition fees, supported by a state-sponsored loan program. Other sources of funding include public funding, overseas tuition fees, capital income, and revenues from contract research and consulting. (a) First, interim funding for each supplier is calculated according to the regional burden formula provided for in Section 4.25.1, which is authorized above. A unit with a 090701 FOE code (psychology) is attached to «behavioural psychology» or «clinical psychology» within a cluster, depending on whether the curriculum to which it belongs is accredited for professional registration by the designated colleges of the Psychological Society of Australia (College of Psychologists Clinical, College of Clinical Neuropsychologists, College of Counselling Psychologist). , College of Educational and Developmental Psychologists, College of Forensic Psychologists, College of Health Psychologists, College of Sport Psychologists and College of Community Psychologists] 4.20.5 The campus distance ranking is based on the ASGC Remoteness structure for funding in 2012 and 2013 and the ASGS Remoteness structure for funding from 2014, to classify the distance from the physical location of the eligible campus.