Higher Education Support Act 2003

Chapter 2 - Grants for higher education assistance etc  


Division 30 - Which higher education providers are eligible for a grant?  

Subdivision 30-B - Allocation of places  

SECTION 30-10   Allocation of places  


The Minister may allocate a specified number of Commonwealth supported places for a year to:

(a)  a *Table A provider in relation to *designated higher education courses; and

(b)  a higher education provider referred to in subparagraph 30-1(1)(b)(i) .


The Minister does not allocate places to Table A providers in relation to higher education courses or demand driven higher education courses.

The allocation must specify the distribution of those places between the *funding clusters.

If the provider has indicated to the Minister its preferred distribution of those places, the Minister must have regard to that preferred distribution in deciding the distribution of those places.

(Repealed by No 104 of 2011)

If the provider is not a *Table A provider, the allocation must specify:

(a)  that it is only in respect of *national priorities; and

(b)  the number of places for each national priority for which the provider is allocated places; and


the number of places (if any) for each *funding cluster that are in respect of *non-grandfathered students; and


the number of places (if any) for each funding cluster (other than the *first funding cluster and the *second funding cluster) that are in respect of *grandfathered students; and


the number of places (if any) for each *grandfathered funding cluster part that are in respect of grandfathered students.


If the allocation made under subsection (1) is made in writing, the allocation is not a legislative instrument.


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