This article examines the current Higher Education Contribution Scheme (HECS) in Australia and its impact on higher education.
What does HECS stand for?
HECS stands for Higher Education Contribution Scheme (UK)
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We have 22 other meanings of HECS in our Acronym Attic
- High Energy Cosmic Ray Experiment
- High End Computing Revitalization Task Force
- Hall Effect Current Sensor (voltage difference sensor)
- Harsh Environment Combat Suit (Reploid Wars)
- Healthy Environments and Consumer Safety (Canada)
- heavy equipment claims support
- Heritage Education and Communication Service (India)
- high edge-connectivity subgraph (problem)
- High Efficiency Combustion System
- High-Efficiency Coupling Structure
- Historic East Coast Storm
- History-Economics Computing Support (Rutgers University)
- Hospital Equipment Control System (Emergency Care Research Institute)
- Hospital Ethical Climate Survey
- Household Energy Consumption Survey
- Human Energy Concealment System (hunting garment)
- Higher Education Council of San Antonio (San Antonio, TX)
- Humphreys Engineer Center Support Activity (Army Corps of Engineers)
- Hungarian European Community Studies Association
- Healthy Environments and Consumer Safety Branch (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
He points out that the Higher Education Contribution Schemes (HECS) and compulsory occupational superannuation reduce the capacity of young households to purchase housing but then backs away from the logic of his own argument when he says; "Identifying these aspects of public policy should not necessarily be seen as an argument against HECS or compulsory occupational superannuation (p.
When the Higher Education Contribution Scheme (HECS) was introduced in 1987, the main argument used to justify it was one about equity.