Tag: skills development

26
Sep

Notre Dame and ECU top Good University Guide ratings

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.

26
Sep

UOW tops NSW in several Good Universities Guide categories

Students looking to pursue careers in engineering and medicine would do well to go to the University of Wollongong.

26
Sep

Bond University wins prestigious title of best university in Australia from The Good Universities Guide

A Gold Coast university has been named as the best in the country for student experience.

25
Sep

University of Notre Dame scores highly in The Good Universities Guide

The University of Notre Dame Australia has achieved five star ratings in seven of 14 categories in The Good Universities Guide 2019.

24
Sep

State-topping rankings in 2019 Good Universities Guide

The University of Wollongong’s standing among Australia’s leading teaching and learning institutions has been reaffirmed, receiving five stars and ranking ahead of all other NSW universities in several categories in the 2019 Good Universities Guide.

24
Sep

CDU makes top five in attracting first generation students

Almost 40 per cent of students attending Charles Darwin University are the first in their family to attend university.

14
Mar

STEM sector not always the ideal place to secure a job

There is a common belief that if graduates want to stay ahead of the competition and increase their chances of a lucrative and long-lasting career, then it’s best to sign up for a science, technology, engineering or maths (STEM) degree.

26
Feb

Building knowledge and skills

There will always be a need for postgraduate business qualifications, but in a crowded market, where does the MBA fit in?

31
Aug

These are the universities your kids should be applying to for 2018

Offers are coming out, so it’s time to get educated.

29
Aug

Pharmacy a stand-out course for the University of Tasmania

One hundred per cent of pharmacy graduates from the University of Tasmania are finding full-time employment within four months of graduating, according to The Good Universities Guide 2017, released today by the Good Education Media.