Tag: Good Education Group

29
Aug

Townsville universities given five stars in national ratings

Townsville’s two universities are at the top of the class when it comes to graduates getting jobs. 

28
Aug

Good Universities Guide 2018 delivers variegated results

The most in-demand university isn’t necessarily the best for students, this year’s Good Universities Guide has revealed. While UniMelb tops prospective students’ lists, Bond placed first for ‘overall student experience’.

28
Aug

Guide reveals top ranking for University of the Sunshine Coast

An annual guide for Australian universities has rated the University of the Sunshine Coast as one of the best in the country.

28
Aug

Regional universities in NSW beat metro again

Once again, regional universities in New South Wales are outperforming their metro peers according to The Good Universities Guide, released today by Good Education Media.

27
Jul

Ivanhoe Grammar School named Good Education Group’s top school

Ivanhoe Grammar School has been dubbed the top school in the Diamond Valley region, according to the Good Education Group. 

20
Jul

Ballarat Secondary College one of most improved schools in state

A plan to turn around Ballarat Secondary College results with high expectations, self belief, a safe learning environment and best-practice teaching methods has seen the school’s VCE results draw level and surpass some Melbourne private schools. 

19
Jul

Technology in the classroom is vital for future careers

If there is one thing educators can all agree on, it’s that the world is changing quickly and schools need to equip students with skills to thrive in the cut-and-thrust of modern life. 

18
Jul

Geelong College tops list of school study scores

Geelong College is the ­region’s highest performing school, according to Melbourne’s largest education data provider. 

17
Jul

Good Education Group reveals country schools lifting their VCE results

Country public schools have ranked as the state’s most improved, new data reveals. 

19
May

Most students will work in tech-focused jobs, Good Careers Guide finds

A majority of students who started school last year will graduate to jobs that don’t currently exist, new research has revealed. The Good Careers Guide has found 70 per cent of the students will work in tech-focused “jobs of the future” after 13 years of school. It also found Australia’s five highest-growing jobs were traditionally people-powered, but are quickly adopting

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