We are excited to have the support of the following Sponsors for the 2018 Conference and for their valuable contribution towards the success of STARS.


Studiosity is 24/7 core skills support, at scale; because that’s the new standard for every quality student experience. For Australian universities that are continually growing student satisfaction and academic performance, Studiosity is the preferred after-hour service, because academic integrity is at the heart of the service, partnerships, and care for students and staff.
Critical learning services like 24/7 academic support aren’t just products, they are an investment in student outcomes. Studiosity understands that the quality of student support is
non-negotiable, and that consistent, reliable, personal attention is essential for improving confidence and academic outcomes, especially within the crucial transition period for new students. Education is a long-term game that requires focus, dedication, and commitment. And that’s our constant mission at Studiosity: To help you support all your students, at scale. For universities that put students first, there’s only one choice.








EPHEA (Equity Practitioners in Higher Education Australasia) is the professional incorporated association for equity practitioners who work in tertiary education throughout Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific region.

Equity practitioners play an essential role to research, develop and implement student and/or staff programs and strategies which improve access, participation, retention and success for under-represented groups in education and employment. Our members work across both academic and professional roles to widen participation, manage organisational responsibilities under anti-discrimination legislation, promote cultural change within institutions, and foster an environment which values and respects diversity.

EPHEA has two central aims: we are advocates and influencers for positive change, and we aim to strengthen, support and build capacity among equity practitioners to empower their work.

Join us, visit www.ephea.org