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Senate committee report backs uni fee reform

A senate committee report has recommended the government’s job-ready graduates bill be passed with the contingency that it is reviewed after two years.  The committee’s chair, Liberal senator James McGrath, wrote that the bill will “deliver policy and funding certainty for the sector”.  But Greens senator ...

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The hemorrhaging of Australia’s university sector

Australian universities are set for what might be the most calamitous academic year of their institutional lives, according to Business Insider Australia. Having hedged their bets on the reliability of the international student market for some time now, COVID-19 and ...

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Broken ladders? Why Rhodes snubs rankings

Rhodes University in South Africa doesn’t throw its own hat in the rankings ring – but that doesn’t mean you can’t find it there. Drawing on publicly available data, many rankings bodies slot its name into their league tables, possibly ...

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