The influx of international students in Australia’s top universities has led to a dramatic increase in plagiarism, a shocking investigation has found.
The cost of raising a child is getting higher. A 2016 Suncorp report found the average cost is $297,600 from birth to 17 years – which as Mamamia noted is the cost of a brand new Ferrari. Ouch.
A recent survey conducted by The University of New South Wales revealed that 54 per cent of respondents wanted to see fewer international students enrolling at Australian universities. While some have speculated this is due to domestic students missing out on university places to their foreign counterparts, it’s important to note that ABC Fact Check found that the amount of
Federation University Australia’s new Pro-Vice Chancellor International says he will work to raise the university’s international profile and continue to attract ‘quality’ international students.
Almost 40 per cent of students attending Charles Darwin University are the first in their family to attend university.
The University of Wollongong has climbed 14 places in the latest set of world rankings, placing 218th in the world and 11th in Australia.
A website designed to attract international students to Australia has reported a huge spike in hits following the election of Donald Trump as the next president of the US.
Just as Australian real-estate agents are reporting a rise in the number of enquiries received from US citizens considering a move down under, it seems Australia’s education institutions may also be unlikely winners of the US election.
The University of Tasmania (UTAS) needs to improve staffing and resources if it wants to attract more international students, a union says.
The 2017 Good Universities Guide was released on Monday 29 August 2016 and, in it, prospective students will find a very different list of Australia’s top universities.