Wells Advisory
in Australia

In Australia, Wells Advisory partners with clients across the higher education sector, providing advice, guidance and support on strategy, regulation and operations in order to achieve successful outcomes.

Services we provide

For clients in Australia, or investing into Australia, our team combines senior local consultants with highly experienced Principal Advisors drawn from the sector. We have a collective experience and track record in assisting universities and institutes worldwide to find solutions to some of their most challenging problems. A selection of our global service offering is set out below.

  • Corporate advisory

    We provide M & A and brokerage advice for investment in higher education providers in Australia.

  • Research commercialisation

    We help institutions and researchers to identify and objectively assess the commercial potential of their ideas and expertise, framing optimal paths to market and ensuring fair value from commercialisation deals. We have expertise across investment and development life-cycles, from early-stage identification through to commercial life-cycle management.

  • Regulatory advice, review and audit (TEQSA)

    We assist new and established higher education providers and universities in negotiating successful outcomes within the complex regulatory requirements in Australia.

  • Governance and leadership

    We have in depth understanding and appreciation of the governance structures required to achieve success at a strategic level as well as fulfilling legal and regulatory compliance.

  • Strategy and planning

    Our starting point as a leading sector specialist is that we understand the unique and fast evolving context that is higher education and research. We understand the academic interface and the commercial realities. Working at the cutting edge, we apply this understanding to create strategy and execution capability.

Link to all Global Services

Who are we?

Link to Global Team

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