Charles Sturt University is a favourite among non-school leavers and first-generation students and its graduates are more employable.
Afi Leota has a lot to be proud of. Enrolling at the University of Southern Queensland (USQ) through its second-chance program, the 19-year-old became the first in her family to attend university and is now halfway through a bachelor’s degree in business and commerce.
The University of Tasmania has said its core focus remains on “providing excellence in teaching and research”, playing down the significance of The Good Universities Guide 2019.
In the recently released, Good Universities Guide 2019, CQUniversity was awarded five stars over six categories, including for graduate employment and starting salary.
Southern Cross University has scored above average marks compared to other universities in several categories including social equity, student support and teaching quality in The Good Universities Guide 2019.
The University of Southern Queensland has topped The Good Universities Guide’s rankings in employability and starting salaries for the second year running.
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.
The Good Universities Guide first appeared in the early ‘90s, when the Dawkins system was getting going. As universities have expanded enrolments and changed how they teach, the guide has grown with them – providing information for starting students on what it all means.
Going to university is a substantial achievement for anybody but for an individual who is the first in their family to do so, a tertiary education is particularly significant.
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.