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Doxa helping teens realise their higher education dreams

Doxa, a not-for-profit university pathways program, has partnered with the Victorian Government to introduce disadvantaged high school students to diverse careers in government and to ensure future job seekers from underprivileged areas are not left behind. Campus Review invited three high school students ...

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Thriving in the age of international education

With the demand for higher education booming worldwide, particularly in China and India, will universities be able to satisfy demand? And can Australia become a serious player in this expanding field? Our international education industry keeps expanding, which is good ...

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Opinion: Let’s get standards compliance right

The extent to which Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) compliance is monitored has been an area of debate for many years. Between 2001-2011 the enhancement led audit by the Australian Universities Quality Agency (AUQA) placed less emphasis on institutional compliance with ...

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Gardner to take the reins as UA chair

Monash University vice-chancellor professor Margaret Gardner is to be the next chair of Universities Australia (UA). Gardner is set to succeed current UA chair professor Barney Glover, who is also vice-chancellor of Western Sydney University. Gardner will take the reins ...

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Vice-chancellors receive Australia Day honours

Three vice-chancellors have been recognised today by being inducted into the Order of Australia. University of Sydney vice-chancellor Dr Michael Spence will now have AC after his name as a Companion of the Order of Australia. Spence received the honour ...

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