Australian Technology Network
The Australian Technology Network (ATN) brings together five of the most innovative and enterprising universities in the nation, one in each mainland state:
- University of Technology Sydney,
- RMIT University,
- Queensland University of Technology,
- University of South Australia, and
- Curtin University.
The ATN is committed to forging partnerships with industry and government to deliver practical results through focused research. ATN universities educate graduates who are ready to enter their chosen profession, dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge and eager to claim a stake in building sustainable societies of the future.
ATN universities teach around 180,000 students, or almost 20% of Australia’s student population. With 1 in 4 international students choosing to study at an ATN university, the ATN is also the largest provider of international education, both with onshore and offshore students.
The ATN's aim is to help secure Australia’s reputation as the clever country and contribute to its social and economic wealth, while championing the principles of access and equity that have ensured its members are the universities of first choice for more students.
The current chairman of the ATN is Professor Ross Milbourne, Vice Chancellor of UTS.
View ATN media releases (opens an external site)
View ATN submissions and position papers (opens an external site)