Tag: Good Education Group

1
Oct

Universities must perform to deliver outstanding results to more students

Ratings in the latest edition of The Good Universities Guide show that student numbers are up, and universities are competing to deliver positive student experiences and strong graduate outcomes. The Good Universities Guide 2020 — released today by Good Education Media — found that while graduate employment rates are up for many universities, this year proved tougher to achieve a

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13
May

Engineering a local skills shortage in Australia

The latest edition of The Good Careers Guide has been released and analysis by the Guide’s publisher, Good Education Media, has revealed there are some high-demand occupations lacking an adequate supply of graduates.

9
May

Australian bachelor degrees: the most and least popular

Health degrees are more than twice as popular as they were in 2001, in a sign Australian students are paying attention to employment trends.

6
May

Australia’s top universities benefiting in the billions from the fees paid by international students

The influx of international students in Australia’s top universities has led to a dramatic increase in plagiarism, a shocking investigation has found.

20
Apr

Work on your choices

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.

25
Mar

Pay attention: Closing the wage gap

On Friday 8 March all of us here at Good Education Media joined in International Women’s Day, celebrating not only the achievements of our female colleagues, but also those that we work alongside within the industry as well as those that we admire from afar. With this year’s hashtag #BalanceforBetter, naturally it’s also a day which raises discussion around where

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14
Feb

Could you face going back to school?

At 43, Louise Brinkmann never expected to be stuffing text books into a bag for her first day of class.

11
Feb

Fee growth at SA’s non-government schools faster than any other state

Fees across South Australia’s private secondary and R-12 schools have grown faster than in any other state, a new analysis shows, and at a greater rate in the regions than in Adelaide.

31
Jan

Queensland one of the most affordable states for Catholic school education

New figures have revealed that on average it will cost Queensland parents almost $76,000 to put a child through 13 years of state school.

30
Jan

Which Local Government Areas have the highest school fee increases?

Sydney’s private school parents are coughing up to 72 per cent more to put their kids through secondary schooling than a decade ago, according to The Good Schools Guide’s latest data.