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Private tutoring gets the Uber treatment

The Australian private tutoring industry has now been Ubered by a pair of software engineers operating out of Brisbane. For co-chief executives and founders Sam Robertson and Cameron Schmidt, the story of Scooter Tutor began in 2007. Schmidt initially came ...

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UniMelb releases sustainability plan

The University of Melbourne has pledged to achieve carbon neutrality on its campuses by 2030, achieve zero net emissions from electricity usage by 2021, and develop a framework to guide its $1.9 billion investment fund. Allan Tait, UniMelb chief financial ...

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On the Move | January 2017

Hill headed  for ECU Professor Angela Hill will soon join Edith Cowan University from James Cook University where her most recent appointment has been dean of learning, teaching and student engagement. ECU says Hill’s portfolio will encompass the Centre for ...

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ASM announces new physical and digital campuses

A leading private higher education provider has opened a new campus in the heart of Melbourne. The Australian School of Management’s new Flinders Street location will offer students a range of bachelor degrees, associate degrees and diplomas in business and ...

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UNE introduces mini-degrees

The University of New England has announced that prospective students will now be able to study individual undergraduate and postgraduate subjects under its new Bespoke Courses model. Announced this week, Bespoke Courses aims to cater for those who want to ...

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Bebbington to leave U of A post early

University of Adelaide vice-chancellor professor Warren Bebbington has announced he will retire on April 30, 2017, eight months before his contract is due to expire. Bebbington advised U of A’s Council of his decision yesterday afternoon. He originally intended to see ...

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