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Campus Review is Australia’s only dedicated tertiary education publication for the sector written by an independent voice.
Campus Review is Australia’s only dedicated tertiary education publication for the sector written by an independent voice.

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In this week’s episode of Talking Eds, the team behind Campus Review, Education Review and Early Learning Review look at what role should robots play in the classroom, how investment in fossil fuels is fueling dissent among universities, catch up on the…

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Vocational students will get a dedicated advocate to protect their interests once a new system of taxpayer-funded loans begins. The government quietly announced the establishment of a VET student loans ombudsman when it put legislation for an overhaul of…

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Professor Desmond Ball, whom US president Jimmy Carter called the academic who saved the world, has died after battling a long illness. During the cold war, Ball advised Carter against launching nuclear strikes on Soviet targets. Afterwards, Carter wrote,…

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Communication skills and work rights are two important subjects for international students. The founders of a new networking program are setting out to help them master both. Peer Camp is an international student networking start-up by Silva Wei and…

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This is Campus Review‘s Profile series, in which we visit with an academic or researcher to learn more about them and their work. Today we hear from Greg Hobson, a nurse and paramedic with a passion for giving back to the community and the coastal…

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A leading organisation in the Australian business community is setting up a jobs version of online dating to help university graduates find their one true job. The Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) will do the legwork for business in terms of…

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University of Southern Queensland vice-chancellor professor Jan Thomas will step down at the end of the year to become head of New Zealand’s Massey University. Thomas is the second woman to be appointed vice-chancellor of Massey since it officially became…

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An overhaul of government loans for vocational student fees will be detailed in legislation being put to parliament on Thursday 13 October 2016. Education minister Simon Birmingham says the only way to deal with the rorts and rip-offs in the sector is to…

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  Credibility, we are told, is everything. In an era where brand, integrity and trust are highly valued commodities, credibility is indeed a prized attribute, one that conveys an individual’s or an organisation’s authenticity, rigour and viability.…

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University of Queensland researchers have linked ADHD and conduct disorder (CD) to a trajectory of disadvantage, as these children are more likely to drop-out of high school and not enrol in tertiary education. A study published in the Journal of the…
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