Tag: The Good Universities Guide

13
Sep

What’s your MBA’s return on investment?

The most expensive and prestigious business schools don’t always deliver the biggest bang for your buck, according to The Good Universities Guide to MBAs 2014. Released today, the Guide rates MBAs and the business schools that offer them in order to assist prospective MBA students as they sift through their options in the highly branded management education market. For example,

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9
Sep

Should you bother with postgrad study in your field?

A postgraduate degree is a far more worthwhile investment in some fields of study than in others, according to The Good Universities Guide to Postgraduate Courses. Considering the time and expense that postgraduate degrees require, a salary increase is one of the main benefits that many postgraduate students expect to gain after finishing their degree. While postgraduate salaries are, on

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1
Sep

Why you should consider the non-GO8 in your state

Group of Eight universities aren’t the only high performers, according to The Good Universities Guide 2014. While the Guide’s ratings show that Group of Eight universities are in the highest demand among school leavers, with seven out of eight earning five stars for ‘Student Demand’, many were outperformed in the key areas of educational experience and graduate outcomes. Not one

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27
Aug

New retention rating reveals low-ATAR students can be retained

A low-ATAR student cohort is no excuse for poor student retention, according to The Good Universities Guide 214. The list of universities that achieved strong results in the Guide’s ‘Student Retention’ rating, which is the first of its kind in Australia, included some that had a cohort with a higher proportion of high-ATAR students and others that had a higher

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