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The future of fintech for Australian universities

Exploring the value of international education in Australia and the digital solutions that can significantly improve the experiences of both students and universities. The payments landscape is evolving, with new methods of payment being introduced every day, offering consumers more ...

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HECS legislation passes through Lower House

The federal government has scrapped plans to place a “lifetime cap” on student loans, but has been granted support from the lower house to reduce the repayment threshold. Legislation to lower the repayment threshold from $55,000 to $45,000 has been ...

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Education panel appoints new members

The federal government has appointed a new chair and five new members to the Higher Education Standards Panel, tasked with helping “maintain the quality and standards” of Australia’s higher education system. Minister for education and training, Simon Birmingham, congratulated the new ...

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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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