Tag: graduate salaries

27
Sep

USQ tops The Good Universities Guide for second year running

The University of Southern Queensland has topped The Good Universities Guide’s rankings in employability and starting salaries for the second year running.

26
Sep

Top Aussie universities revealed amid stark warning on funding cuts

The world’s most prestigious university rankings have come with a stark warning as “declining” Australian institutions struggle to absorb federal funding cuts.

26
Sep

CSU graduates retain highest employment rate

Charles Sturt University is ranked number one in Australia for graduate outcomes and Wagga Wagga is no exception.

26
Sep

Notre Dame and ECU top Good University Guide ratings

An annual ratings guide out today shows The University of Notre Dame Australia and Edith Cowan University as the top-performing higher education institutions in Western Australia.

26
Sep

UOW tops NSW in several Good Universities Guide categories

Students looking to pursue careers in engineering and medicine would do well to go to the University of Wollongong.

25
Sep

Charles Sturt University’s good score card

Charles Sturt University (CSU) students get a job quicker and earn more money than the national average, new data shows.

25
Sep

USQ leads the way in graduate employment and rates

The University of Southern Queensland leads the way in graduate employment rates and median starting salary, according to the latest edition of The Good Universities Guide.

24
Sep

UTAS receives five-star ratings

The University of Tasmania is among the top universities in the country for social equity, graduate starting salary, and student-to-teacher ratio, according to the 2019 Good Universities Guide.

24
Sep

CSU retain highest graduate employment rate

Charles Sturt University (CSU) has again been recognised as having the number one position in Australia for Graduate Outcomes and starting salary in New South Wales.

24
Sep

UNE receives mixed results in 2019 Good Universities Guide

Students from the University of New England wanting a high-paying job when they graduate may be in luck, according to The Good Universities Guide 2019 released today.