Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education was established by the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education Act 1999 as ‘. . . an educational institution for the tertiary education of Indigenous people of Australia and the provision of other educational and training programs and courses, and facilities and resources for research and study, and for related purposes’.
A central task of the Institute is the provision of tertiary education and training programs which engage students in the development of appropriate responses to issues of cultural survival, maintenance, renewal and transformation, within the context of the national and international social, political and economic order.
Source: Batchelor Institute