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Abolish university fees, says Uni of Melbourne chief

The Albanese government should resurrect the 50-year-old policy of former Labor Prime Minister Gough Whitlam and abolish university fees, said University of Melbourne vice-chancellor Duncan Maskell. In his annual vice-chancellor’s address on Tuesday, Professor Maskell said the reintroduction of university ...

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Reshaping nursing students’ views on aged care

A new project has been launched to provide training and support for nurse educators and facilitate clinical placements to drive more nursing students into residential aged care homes. The University of Canberra was granted $2.1m as part of the government's Aged ...

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Woolcock Institute moves to Macquarie University

Prestigious medical research body, the Woolcock Institute, is being welcomed with open arms by Macquarie University after being left homeless when the University of Sydney sold its building. The Woolcock, arguably the world’s top medical research institution in respiratory and ...

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Planning a university for 35 years time

Many Australian Universities appear to be in short-term financial crisis right now. The perfect storm of soft domestic demand, slowly returning international students, impacted investment income, and rising costs are all combining to make financial pictures the most challenging for ...

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