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buy Western Sydney University diploma,  Federal Government funding of Australia’s universities as a percentage of Australia’s GDP was in decline during the years of the Howard government. Federal funding policy was very influential at UWS. In 2000, after internal restructuring and cost-cutting, UWS Hawkesbury, UWS Macarthur and UWS Nepean ceased to exist as autonomous components of the now defunct University of Western Sydney federation and became the new multi-campus University of Western Sydney. buy Western Sydney University diploma
 UWS consolidated its schools of fine art, social science, humanities and psychology. In this decade the university introduced its first nanotechnology and biotechnology undergraduate degrees.In 2002 UWS designed and installed standardised IT infrastructure across its campuses.In 2003, UWS sponsored a Samuel Beckett symposium as part of the Sydney Festival.In 2003 there was a highly publicised squabble over UWS between the New South Wales state government and the Australian federal government. In 2004, Michael Le Grand won the inaugural UWS Sculpture Award. Also in 2004, UWS joined with Metro Screen and SLICE TV to successfully bid for Sydney’s first permanent Community Television licence. Television Sydney, broadcasting as TVS, launched in February 2006 from a broadcast operations centre located on the Werrington South Campus. In 2006 the UWS news site reported: “Demand to study at the University of Western Sydney is on the rise, with UWS receiving the third-biggest jump in first preferences among NSW and ACT universities for 2007”.

 UWS had its first intake for the Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery. 

In 2008, UWS announced its current water and energy saving strategies, its Indigenous Advisory Board and endorsed Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s apology to the Stolen Generations.In 2011 and 2012, Professor Roy Tasker and James Arvanitakis, respectively, were announced as the Prime Minister’s Australian University Teacher of the Year
On 30 August 2015, the University of Western Sydney underwent a rebranding which resulted in a change in name to Western Sydney University. Many students criticized the re-branding, calling it a waste of money that stripped the university community of its established identity. buy Western Sydney University diploma
Early in 2016 some controversy surrounding the University’s full support of complementary medicine  and the university’s habit of spying on employees who lodge complaints  in good faith emerged in the press. An employee, as well as eminent scientists, criticised the biased and unbridled support of the University for complementary medicines such as homeopathy, acupuncture, TCM, energy healing etc. The main controversial aspect was the continued support of these pseudo-scientific fields in exchange for continued funding from the naturopathic Jacka Foundation of Natural Therapies.
The controversy surrounding the university’s support of pseudo-scientific integrative and complementary medicine continued in early 2017, with the university unsuccessfully attempting to block their “Bent Spoon” nomination for “the perpetrator of the most preposterous piece of paranormal or pseudo-scientific piffle”. This led to a number of articles appearing in the media taking an in-depth look at the National Institute of Complementary Medicine, who are at the centre of this controversy. Not only did their attempt to block this nomination failed, but it also further exposed their unbridled support of pseudo-scientific complementary medicines. The university’s motivation for their continued support became clear, after they accepted an untied gift of $10 million  from the controversial  supplement company, Blackmores. These funds will partly be used to establish a traditional Chinese medicine ‘hospital’ in Sydney’s health precinct, Westmead. The University will manage this ‘hospital’ because the public will be more at ease with such an controversial establishment if it is fully supported by a local university.