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Greg is from South Australia and after training and working as a teacher moved into advertising and sales before being appointed Brand and Marketing Manager for Study Adelaide in 2012. There he supported the student recruitment activities of over forty CRICOS registered South Australian education institutions and directed prospective student enquiries to relevant providers across all study levels, including Higher Education, VET, ELICOS and Schools. 

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1. The University of Tasmania is ranked in the top 2% of universities worldwide by the Academic Ranking of World Universities 2016. 
2. The University of Tasmania was placed in the top 300 universities in the world by the Academic Ranking of World Universities 2016.
3. In the most recent awards by the Australian Government Office of Learning and Teaching for teaching excellence in 2015,
the University of Tasmania received more teaching awards than any other Australian university.

4.  In the 2014 Good Universities' Guide, the University of Tasmania was given a five-star rating for staff-to-student ratios.

Vignesh Vijay

Country Manager

Vignesh is the University of Tasmania Country Manager for India. With over eight years of experience, he was educated in Australia and has great knowledge of the Australian education system and what is best for Indian students.

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Senior Lecturer
Deputy Dean / Deputy Head of School

Rick Snell is an Associate Professor in law at the University of Tasmania. His research, ideas and teaching have been influential within Australia and internationally. After joining the Law School he quickly built an international reputation in the area of Freedom of Information and within six years was awarded a Teaching Excellence Award and was profiled as one of the 48 Australian academics with exemplary or noteworthy approaches to teaching (Ballantyne et al Reflecting on University Teaching Academics Stories 1997). Since that time he has developed a growing reputation in the area of Ombudsman studies.

Sanjay Madabushi

Country Representative

Mr. Sanjay joined the University of Tasmania last year, he is a management and finance graduate from Mumbai University. He gained initial exposure at the Centre for Microfinance, then went on to impact assessment at Nathan Economic Consultancy India in 2014.

Loga Nadar

Program Officer, Business and Skilled Migration, Department of State Growth

Loga Nadar is a Program Officer in the Business and Skilled Migration Unit, at the Department of State Growth with the Tasmanian Government. In his current role, he handles business and employer nominated migration enquiries and state nomination assessments. Loga also provides policy advice and develops migrants assistance programs.  

Prof. Ralph Crane

Academic Director, International, College of Arts and Law Professor of English, School of Humanities

Ralph is Head of the English program at the University of Tasmania. He has particular interests in colonial and postcolonial fictions and the intersections of literature and geography.  


Rick Snell

Dr Julian Dermoudy

Associate Dean (Internationalisation) at University of Tasmania


Rob Hecker

Senior Lecturer Academic Director, Postgraduate Coursework Tasmanian School of Business and Economics

Dr Rob Hecker is a Senior Lecturer and Academic Director, Postgraduate Coursework in the Tasmanian School of Business and Economics. His interest is in the behaviour of people on both sides of a firm's boundary and stems from his long career in customer services and marketing and in his own consulting business. His move into academia followed a PhD in psychology.  


Dr Raj Eri

Senior Lecturer in Biosciences & Immunology Associate Head Engagement, School of Health Sciences

Dr Eri was awarded a PhD in molecular biology by the University of Queensland in 2001 and continued to be a post-doc/senior scientist both in Australia and USA in the area of gut inflammation and immunology. In December 2010, he joined the University of Tasmania and established his independent group investigating topics in mucosal biology, establishing a national, and an emerging international, reputation in this area.