At 43, Louise Brinkmann never expected to be stuffing text books into a bag for her first day of class.
The University of Canberra is now considered to be among the world’s top 300 universities, according to the 2019 Times Higher Education World University Rankings released this week.
The world’s most prestigious university rankings have come with a stark warning as “declining” Australian institutions struggle to absorb federal funding cuts.
School leavers and others thinking about heading to university now have a new metric to weigh up when considering their study options.
Graduates of some of Victoria’s top-rated universities have among the lowest rates of employment and starting pay.
There’s a lot of razzle-dazzle at university open days, from sample law lectures, hands-on science activities, tours of labs and drone demonstrations to competitions, film screenings and fairy floss.
Four Australian universities have appeared in the top 100 in the latest world rankings, with the nation’s top-ranked university moving up 25 places since last year.
Georgia Osborne did not grow up on a farm, nor did she seriously consider studying agriculture when she was in high school.
With more than 40 per cent of today’s jobs predicted to vanish within 10 years due to automation, the workplace has never been more unpredictable.
The latest edition of The Good Universities Guide, released today by Good Education Media, reveals that Victorian universities excel at offering students an exceptional learning experience.