Natasha Abraham | National President
Council of Australian Postgraduate Associations | Australia

Natasha Abraham, National President, Council of Australian Postgraduate Associations

Natasha is the National President of the Council of Australian Postgraduate Associations, the peak representative body for Australia’s 400,000+ postgraduate students. This year, she is campaigning on income support and mental health of postgraduate students. Natasha is a former president of the Monash Postgraduate Association, and is a doctoral student in the Monash University School of Social Sciences. Her dissertation examines how the sexual division of domestic labour is promoted by news reporting of scientific findings.

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Day 1 @ 15:10

The changing face of postgraduate education

  • Postgraduate study is becoming increasingly common, with over 400,000 postgraduate students now at Australian universities.
  • 30 years ago, postgrad coursework students were usually older, established in their careers, and more financially secure. Now, many are doing postgrad study straight after finishing their first degree.
  • With this many students, how is the value and experience of postgraduate study changing over time?
last published: 22/Feb/19 05:35 GMT

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