No case against Uni Queensland chiefs

Uni Queensland advises the state’s Crime and Corruption Commission has assessed allegations against Chancellor Peter Varghese and former vice chancellor Peter Høj and found no evidence.

The university is silent on what this was about however the Courier Mail newspaper reported in July lawyers representing student activist Drew Pavlou went to the CCC alleging Varghese and Høj acted corruptly to maintain university revenue from international students from China.

“The university thanks the CCC for their efficient assessment of the allegations and their confirmation that the chancellor and former vice-chancellor have no case to answer,” Uni Queensland states.


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