Blog Posts

We are passionate about lifelong learning for career success and enjoy sharing our unique insights into the education space.

Hear from our team and their views on the what, the where and the how.

Support crucial for First Generation students

Going to university is a substantial achievement for anybody but for an individual who is the first in their family to do ...

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There’s more to schools than academic results

Parents generally want their kids to flourish in the classroom, so it’s little surprise that evidence of academic ...

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Pay attention: Closing the wage gap

The gender pay gap has been in the news ever since Lisa Wilkinson left Channel Nine’s Today show. The story took an ...

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University open days: Questions worth asking

If you’ve wandered past any university campus in recent weeks, you may have noticed a flurry of activity, and perhaps an ...

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Interview with ABC News Perth: Is university worth the cost?

The Federal Government is considering reducing the threshold where students need to start paying back their HECS-HELP debt.  ...

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Interview with ABC News: Are degrees worth the debt?

Amid the excitement and relief at finishing a university degree, students are also graduating with tens of thousands of ...

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Is deciding on a high school becoming more daunting?

New data from The Good Schools Guide regarding Year 7 enrolments has revealed the top growth areas in metropolitan Melbourne ...

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Good Universities Guide results: explained

People looking to commence university studies next year would do well to check out The Good Universities Guide 2018. ...

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Why Good Education Group does ratings

Choosing the right university can be a long journey for students. Many simply choose to follow friends, go where their ...

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Technology to shape and create jobs of the future

Over the course of compiling The Good Careers Guide 2017, it became obvious that whether by removing, improving or creating ...

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Good Education Group eyes opportunities in China

Around 600,000 international students come to Australia each year, roughly one third from China. It’s a gigantic influx ...

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Balancing act: Work, study and AFLW

The AFLW has taken Australia by storm in 2017 and ushered in a new era for football, culminating in last Saturday’s Grand ...

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Shortage of high schools for a growing student population

Melbourne’s outer suburbs are facing an alarming high school shortage according to new research from Good Education ...

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Signing off: A wrap up of 2016

It’s been another massive year for the education sector. Despite the condemnation of cuts to funding and unemployment ...

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MYEFO: Mid-year budget trims the sails

The federal government has responded to Australia’s growing debt and declining growth by slashing spending on several ...

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Busting the myths on agriculture studies

In 1986, less than a tenth of Australian farmers had some form of further education; 25 years later, that number was close ...

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Time to put gender on the agenda

There are all sorts of explanations for Australia’s alarmingly wide gender pay gap, which the Bureau of Statistics ...

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Australian education institutions surprise winners of the US election

Just as Australian real-estate agents are reporting a rise in the number of enquiries received from US citizens considering ...

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What the 2016-15 Federal Budget means for the K-12 sector

The Federal Budget 2015–16 has now been released, delivering largely positive news for school students and families. ...

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What the 2015-16 Federal Budget means for tertiary education

The Federal Government has announced the Budget this week, with much to talk about within the tertiary education sector. ...

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