TEMC is hosted by ATEM & TEFMA

Past TEMCs

The Tertiary Education Management Conference (TEMC) is an annual event.
Click on the links below to download Presentations, Abstracts and Full Papers from previous TEMC’s, and to view past Conference galleries.

2021 Hobart    
2020 Brisbane    
2019 Adelaide    
2018 Perth A World of Opportunity – Shaping the Future of Higher Education Nautical
2017 Melbourne Eureka Revolutionary Ideas SteamPunk
2016 Auckland Rhetoric to Reality Casino Royal
2015 Wollongong Leading Locally Competing Globally Black Tie with a Twist
2014 Cairns Rain Forrest to Reef; Adapting to a Changing Environment A Summer Masquerade
2013 Hobart Trends Tradition & Technology  Captains, Convicts, Wenches & Ladies
2012 Adelaide The Right Blend: Innovation & Transformation Legends of Rock
2011 Gold Coast Riding the Waves A Tropical Night in Paradise
2010 Melbourne Future Directions Unibelly
2009 Darwin The Real Education Revolution – Sustainability in Tertiary Education Crocodile Rock
2008 Christchurch Connect to Christchurch: Investing for Success A Boogie Woogie Bash
2007 Canberra Look to the Future Top Hats & Tiaras
2006 Sydney What we Do Makes a Difference Dancing with Stars
2005 Perth Surviving or Thriving: Forging the Way in the New Landscape  
2004 Hobart Better the DEVIL you know or is it? Dare to Excel, Visualise, Inspire and Lead. Heaven & Hell
2003 Adelaide Public Good and Market Commodity  
2002 Brisbane E=MC3 Excellence = Managing Colleagues, Customers and Core Values  
2001 Canberra Federations of Learning  
2000 Melbourne The Selling of Education – New Ways of Doing Business  
1999 Wellington A Balancing Act: Looking Ahead, Learning from Experience  
1998 Darwin Walking the Tightrope: Competitive Collaboration  
1997 Sydney Coming of Age – Finding the Key to the Future  
1996 Perth Management Strategy for the New Millennium: Tertiary Education at the Crossroads  
1995 Hobart Partnerships in Tertiary Education  
1994 Adelaide Managing Quality  
1993 Gold Coast Think Strategically, Manage Practically  
1992 Ballarat The National System – Uniform, Unified (or Unifizz?)  
1991 Darwin Tertiary Education: Evolution or Extinction  
1990 Canberra The Contribution made by Education Administrators to Tertiary Education  
1989 Auckland Reformation and Post Reformation  
1988 Sydney Tertiary Education Towards 2000 – Challenges and Response  
1987 Perth Managing Tertiary Education – Learning from the Entrepreneurs  
1986 Hobart Innovation in Tertiary Education  
1985 Brisbane The Implications for Social Change for Tertiary Education  
1984 Melbourne The Realities of Managing Tertiary Education  
1983 Adelaide Alternatives in Tertiary Education  
1982 Canberra The Administrator of 1990 – Some Asia Pacific Perspectives  
1981 Sydney Planning for Excellence versus the Survival Syndrome  
1980 Brisbane Theory at Work  
1979 Canberra Tertiary Education Administration – The Third Estate  
1978 Melbourne Institute Organisation and Effective Management  
1977 Sydney National Policies in Higher Education and Education as a Profession