Tag: Chris Lester

25
Sep

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 so, a tertiary education is particularly significant.

24
Sep

CDU makes top five in attracting first generation students

Almost 40 per cent of students attending Charles Darwin University are the first in their family to attend university.

24
Sep

First in family metric rounds out Good Universities Guide

School leavers and others thinking about heading to university now have a new metric to weigh up when considering their study options.

24
Sep

First generation student shares experience as Good Education Guide adds new category

The Good Universities Guide will feature a ‘first generation’ five-star rating for the first time in 2019.

24
Sep

Queensland universities at top of the class for student experience

Queensland universities have proved their mettle against the nation’s best in the latest Good University Guide, released on Monday, with Bond University ranking number one for several aspects of student experience.

20
Sep

Schools in Braybrook are front runners in VCE results

Secondary schools in Braybrook have topped VCE academic results when compared among other schools in Maribyrnong, new data shows.

11
Sep

St Albans is top of the class

St Albans Secondary College is the best performing Brimbank school based on VCE results, according to Good Education Group.

4
Sep

Werribee school shines in VCE

A select-entry government school has topped the list of Wyndham’s best-performing schools for VCE results.

3
Sep

Victoria’s top secondary schools announced

Good Education Group, Australia’s largest provider of independent education data, has launched the latest edition of The Good Schools Guide, revealing the best performing schools in Victoria based on VCE study scores*.

28
Aug

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 parents went, or to the university they’ve heard the most about.