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Do the courses with the highest ATARs offer the best graduate employment outcomes?

The latest edition of The Good Universities Guide reveals that the fields of study with the highest entry requirements don’t necessarily deliver the best employment rates or the highest salaries at graduation — at least, not straight away. Ross White of Good Education Media says that while high-achieving students gravitate toward courses with high ATAR requirements, these courses do not

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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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Why you shouldn’t give up on education after a career break

There are many reasons why we stop improving our education. But as higher education is being done differently, the excuses are harder to make. Women are enrolling in tertiary studies at a faster rate than men but one of the biggest challenges they face is keeping their educational qualifications up to date later in life. Time pressures and career breaks

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How universities can beat the skills shortage

A new report has revealed there are some high-demand occupations lacking an adequate supply of graduates.


Great prospects for engineering and physiotherapy graduates

The Good Careers Guide 2019 holds positive news for would-be engineers and physiotherapists.


Why are students steering clear of engineering?

There’s a skills shortage for engineering roles in Australia.


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.


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.