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University funding is complex. More often than not, universities face funding policies that reflect historical arrangements and national politics rather than forward-looking strategies and principles. According to the Grattan Institute1, international students are now the biggest source of revenue for ...

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India’s ‘two-pronged’ approach to plagiarism

India has made a firm commitment to stamping out plagiarism and contract cheating with the announcement that all public and private universities will be given trial access to anti-plagiarism software. “We have a two-pronged approach. As part of the exercise ...

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UQ pro-Hong Kong protest turns ugly

Tensions over China’s controversial Hong Kong extradition law boiled over at one of Australia’s top universities this week, with pro-Hong Kong and pro-Chinese students clashing on the university’s market day. Nilsson Jones, editor of the university’s student magazine Semper Floreat, ...

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Education agents missing out on untapped market

An untapped market exists for specialist student accommodation agents, new research has found. Cohort Go’s survey of 651 international students found that most were only partially satisfied with their accommodation, giving a poor satisfaction rating of 57 out of 100. ...

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