Tag: University of the Sunshine Coast


Private versus public: The cost of education on the Coast

Sushine Coast parents are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to send their kids to the region’s most prestigious schools.


University of the Sunshine Coast Earns Five Star Rating

The University of the Sunshine Coast has been recognised for supporting the study dreams of people from disadvantaged backgrounds, earning a five-star rating for social equity in an annual independent guide for Australian universities.


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.


Best universities for jobs: Top 21 for graduate employability – Part 2

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. 


Sunshine Coast graduates struggling to find work

University of the Sunshine Coast executive Professor Birgit Lohmann concedes there are challenges facing the area, as latest figures show local graduates are struggling to find work.


University of Sunshine Coast up with the best for students

A guide for Australian universities has rated the University of the Sunshine Coast, including the Fraser Coast campus, among the best in the country for the overall student experience.


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.


Regional universities outperform metro counterparts in wages, employment

Regional universities in Queensland are outperforming their metropolitan counterparts in graduate salary and employment opportunities, a national university guide has found. 


Two decades on, university keeps it real

Entrepreneurial University of the Sunshine Coast Vice-Chancellor Greg Hill says one of the reasons USC is thriving is that despite its increasing focus on technology, it remained primarily a face-to-face institution. When the uni started 20 years ago, its small size meant a “very personal relationship” was shared by staff and students and this focus had been maintained, Prof Hill

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