The University of Southern Queensland has cemented its position as one of Australia’s leading universities, outperforming its metropolitan counterparts when it comes to graduate salaries and post-study employment opportunities.
A Queensland regional university is “head and shoulders” above the national graduate salary average while most regional universities have outperformed their metro counterparts for graduate jobs, new research shows.
Despite nearly one in five Charles Darwin University (CDU) students being from a low socio-economic background, CDU has been awarded five stars for Full-Time Employment and Starting Salary by The Good Universities Guide.
The University of Tasmania (UTAS) needs to improve staffing and resources if it wants to attract more international students, a union says.
The University of Newcastle has been awarded by an independent guide the highest ranking possible for its student retention and social equity, but only two out of five stars for its staff to student ratio.
The University of South Australia (UniSA) is leading the way when it comes to enrolling students from low socioeconomic backgrounds, according to The Good Universities Guide 2017, released today by the Good Education Media.