NTEU NSW

Campaigning together for a bright future for higher education.

For over twenty years, higher education workers have come together as the NTEU to protect staff conditions. Promoting a quality higher education system that values staff and students is the foundation of the Union. NTEU members believe that by working together we can ensure our universities, research institutes and other education workplaces are great places to work.

Be part of positive change in your workplace by joining the NTEU today. By becoming a member of the NTEU, you gain access to all our member benefits and will be part of an organisation that is campaigning to defend higher education.

Find out more about our work and current campaigns across New South Wales below.

Contact Us

Level 1, 55 Holt St, Surry Hills NSW 2010
ph  02 8066 6600
email nsw@nteu.org.au 


Division News

    1. The certainties: In 2015 NTEU keeps advocating for public higher education while Pyne keeps pushing deregulation and funding cuts

        NTEU members in universities will have returned in the New Year wondering if they had any break at all from Minister...

    2. "Smart Learning" Update

      We would like to provide an update on CSU management's response to the NTEU survey on “Smart Learning”, and...

    3. The Australian (Nov 26th, 14) "ACU research row boils over"

      ACU research row boils over ·        THE AUSTRALIAN...

    4. New edition of Towerwatch - UTS Branch Newsletter

      The latest edition of the NTEU UTS Branch Newsletter, Towerwatch, is out now. It will be distributed to all UTS staff in the...

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Other News

  1. The certainties: In 2015 NTEU keeps advocating for public higher education while Pyne keeps pushing deregulation and funding cuts

    Posted 19 January 2015 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

  2. "Smart Learning" Update

    Posted 17 December 2014 by Kevin Poynter (Charles Sturt University)

  3. The real facts about higher education

    Posted 15 December 2014 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

  4. Southern Crossed Wires - SCU Branch Newsletter December 2014

    Posted 12 December 2014 by Lisa Roberts (Southern Cross University)

  5. Higher Education Reforms Knocked Back - Common Sense Prevails over Market Ideology

    Posted 8 December 2014 by Cat Coghlan (University of Sydney)

  6. Open Plan Offices: NTEU Newcastle ASCC Issues Paper

    Posted 8 December 2014 by Jenny Whittard (University of Newcastle)

  7. Higher Education Reforms Knocked Back - Common Sense Prevails over Market Ideology

    Posted 8 December 2014 by Kaylene Field (University of Sydney)