Tag: Herald Sun

6
May

Australia’s top universities benefiting in the billions from the fees paid by international students

The influx of international students in Australia’s top universities has led to a dramatic increase in plagiarism, a shocking investigation has found.

23
Apr

Set sights on mid-year start

If you are looking to start a new course at TAFE or university, you don’t have to wait until 2020. Many institutions offer mid-year entry across a huge variety of study areas and qualifications, from vocational certificates right through to postgraduate degrees.

9
Oct

How to turn a love of sport into a full-time career

The future is looking bright for students who want to turn their passion for sport into a career.

24
Sep

How Victorian universities fare for graduate employment and salaries

Graduates of some of Victoria’s top-rated universities have among the lowest rates of employment and starting pay.

20
Sep

Schools in Braybrook are front runners in VCE results

Secondary schools in Braybrook have topped VCE academic results when compared among other schools in Maribyrnong, new data shows.

16
Aug

How to make the most of university open days

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.

26
May

Experts call for bigger schools, better planning in Victoria’s education squeeze

Supersized schools are being proposed to cater for booming student numbers, with soaring enrolments prompting one school to truck in almost 50 portables and run five staggered lunchtimes.

17
Jul

Good Education Group reveals country schools lifting their VCE results

Country public schools have ranked as the state’s most improved, new data reveals. 

19
May

Most students will work in tech-focused jobs, Good Careers Guide finds

A majority of students who started school last year will graduate to jobs that don’t currently exist, new research has revealed. The Good Careers Guide has found 70 per cent of the students will work in tech-focused “jobs of the future” after 13 years of school. It also found Australia’s five highest-growing jobs were traditionally people-powered, but are quickly adopting

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11
Feb

Melbourne’s outer suburbs face alarming shortage of secondary schools

Melbourne’s outer suburbs are facing a high school crush with an “alarming” shortage of secondary schools.