There are many reasons why we stop improving our education. But as higher education is being done differently, the excuses are harder to make. Women are enrolling in tertiary studies at a faster rate than men but one of the biggest challenges they face is keeping their educational qualifications up to date later in life. Time pressures and career breaks
The Good Careers Guide 2019 holds positive news for would-be engineers and physiotherapists.
Health degrees are more than twice as popular as they were in 2001, in a sign Australian students are paying attention to employment trends.
If you are looking to start a new course at TAFE or university, you don’t have to wait until 2020. Many institutions offer mid-year entry across a huge variety of study areas and qualifications, from vocational certificates right through to postgraduate degrees.
Passion is an important factor when choosing a career but a bit of research is helpful, too. While most people consider their interests before making a decision, just one in eight people say their career choice is based on industry data, SEEK research reveals.
Looking to become a qualified tradesperson or want to gain hands-on experience in an area of interest? An apprenticeship or traineeship can provide a great pathway to your chosen career.
At 43, Louise Brinkmann never expected to be stuffing text books into a bag for her first day of class.
Thousands of dollars’ worth of scholarships could be going unclaimed with university students simply unaware they are eligible.
Charles Sturt University is a favourite among non-school leavers and first-generation students and its graduates are more employable.
The good news continues to roll in for the only university in northern WA, recently topping a national educational survey.