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Tuesday, 26 September 1972
Page: 1187


Senator Douglas McClelland (NEW SOUTH WALES) asked the Minister representing the Minister for Education and Science, upon notice:

(1)   How many applicants were unable to gain admission, at each of the universities in Australia this year, to the Faculties of (a) Medicine, (b) Dentistry and (c) Law.

(2)   How many graduated in 1971 in the Faculties of (a) Medicine, (b) Dentistry and (c) Law.

(3)   Of those who graduated, how many were non-Europeans who, after the completion of their course of studies are expected to return to their home countries.

Senator WRIGHT-The Minister for Education and Science has provided the following answer to the honourable senators question:

(1)   1 refer the honourable senator to the answer appearing in part (3) of his Question No. 1991.

(2)   Graduates from Australian universities in the faculties of medicine, dentistry and law in 1971 were as follows:

 

(3)   The information requested is not recorded by universities and is therefore not available.







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