Tag: University of New England

4
Oct

Students name top pharmacy schools

Pharmacy students have ranked James Cook University’s pharmacy course the best in Australia.

24
Sep

UNE receives mixed results in 2019 Good Universities Guide

Students from the University of New England wanting a high-paying job when they graduate may be in luck, according to The Good Universities Guide 2019 released today.

24
Sep

University of New England ranks well for student experience

Top marks have been awarded to the University of New England for overall student experience by The Good Universities Guide.

24
Sep

First Generation rating a first for The Good Universities Guide

For the very first time, The Good Universities Guide will feature a brand-new ‘First Generation’ five-star rating.

4
Jul

Making a difference through Agribusiness study

Agriculture is big business in 2018. A far cry from the self-sustaining communities before the industrial revolution, the agriculture industry is now responsible for maintaining global food production, coping with overpopulation and solving world hunger.

3
Sep

Students lay out their wishlist as the University of New England expands Tamworth services

Excitement is building amid moves by the University of New England to bring face-to-face teaching opportunities to the Tamworth area.

29
Aug

University of New England awarded five-stars for student experience for the twelfth year in a row

The University of New England has been named a leader in student experience by The Good Universities Guide.

16
Dec

Online study popularity soars

When Swinburne Online launched in 2012, it attracted 2400 students. In the space of four years, this figure has grown fourfold, with almost 10,000 students enrolled this year. 

29
Aug

Choosing the right university

How do you know if you’re choosing the right university for you? 

29
Aug

UNE and Notre Dame crack the formula and combine outstanding student experience and employment outcomes

The latest edition of The Good Universities Guide reveals universities that top employment outcomes are often characterised by a non-traditional student cohort. However, measures of student experience among these institutions do not stand out when compared to other universities.