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Sydney, Singapore researchers join forces

Engineers from the University of Sydney and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore have agreed to collaborate on research into artificial intelligence, food technology, clean energy and waste management. The “faculty-to-faculty partnership” will see engineering and information technology students explore new ...

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The future of water: WSU

On World Water Day today (March 22), environmental experts from Western Sydney University have come together to share their views on sustainability and the future of our water supply. This year’s theme – Nature for Water – focuses attention on ...

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Australian universities make global MBA rankings

Three Australian universities have been placed among the world’s best for their MBA courses in the latest rankings by CEO Magazine. The CEO Magazine 2018 Global MBA rankings assess universities based on factors such as quality of faculty, international diversity, ...

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It’s time to reassess the ATAR: Mitchell Institute

Education experts have been left questioning the value of the ATAR, after new figures showed just one in four students were entering university undergraduate courses based on their year 12 results. The latest paper by Mitchell Institute at Victoria University ...

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USYD appoints writer in residence

To coincide with World Poetry Day today (March 21), the University of Sydney has named Australian poet, author and teacher Mark Tredinnick, as a writer in residence. A past winner of the Montreal International Poetry Prize and the Cardiff International ...

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USC student among best in Australia

A University of the Sunshine Coast student from China has been named one of Australia’s top students. Michael Lin Liu, 26, took out the Information Technology and Computer Science category of the latest Pearson’s Student of the Year awards, and ...

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