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The impact of COVID-19 on Australian universities
October 23, 2021

With Australia opening up to the world once more, join Yasindu, Julia and Vickram as they explore the impact that COVID-19 has had upon Australia's tertiary education sector.

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Private Schools vs. Public Schools
September 30, 2021

Join Phil, Laurel and Amy as they discuss the increasing gap between government and non-government education. As the divide grows, conversation surrounding this issue is essential.

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Does a ban on for-profit tutoring solve educational inequality in China?
September 28, 2021

Join Chamindu, Jade, Morgan, and Stephen as they deconstruct the recent ban on for-profit tutoring in China and explore the deep roots of educational inequality in the country.

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Are US colleges becoming glorified hedge funds?
April 30, 2021

The industry for private contributions to Colleges and Universities, in the form of endowments, is huge. Hear from our writers Inga, Kerrie and Dan as they discuss the fiscal and ethical concerns associated!

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Have universities become the latest casualty of the Covid-19 pandemic?
October 11, 2020

Universities across the globe have been heavily reliant on international students, so much so that it has become Australia's 3rd biggest export. However, in the wake of the pandemic the role of what a University is has come into question. What will Australia's universities look like as we go forward? Here's what Oliver, Aleisha and Qi Rui thing...

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Online Education: A Silver Lining to the COVID-19 Crisis?
March 20, 2020

The past month has been laced with uncertainty. Schools across the globe have been scrambling to adopt online learning solutions.

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The Ins and Outs: International Students in Australia
July 31, 2018

International students are a big deal. Across the globe, international students continue to make up an ever-increasing part of the student populace. This should be no surprise. The world is…

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What makes Human Resources Important?
May 8, 2018

Labour is undeniably one of the most fundamental resources a company can possess and utilize. Thus, proper management of such a resource is a necessity if the company desires peak…

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How Students Fund their Education
August 17, 2016

How will proposed changes to HECS impact university students? The Higher Education Contribution Scheme (HECS) was introduced in 1989, since then, HECS has become an integral part of the Australian…

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How much do you know about your HECs Debt?
August 24, 2015

All Australian university students will have some interaction or reliance on HECS, whether it is through themselves, their friends or their institution. Its ubiquity over the student body makes it…

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