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Mechanisms or muddle? What to make of AQF 5-6

This article examines Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) levels 5-6 and the overlap between vocational education and training (VET) Diploma and above and higher education (HE) Sub-bachelor courses. It follows an earlier paper on the boundaries and connections between the VET ...

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Why universities need to measure the stakeholder experience

Attracting students both domestically and internationally is essential to the ongoing success of Australian universities. However, competition is fierce, not just within Australia but from global and online providers alike. Consequently, universities are looking to leverage any competitive advantage they ...

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Indigenous excellence: whole-of-university approach key

Aboriginal involvement in key decision-making areas is paramount for a whole-of-university approach to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander excellence, with the overall aim being shared responsibility and accountability across the whole university. Under-representation of Aboriginal peoples on high-level committees and ...

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Knowing your online customers: Opinion

An education is one of the biggest investments a person will make, and never before has online research played such a crucial role in the decision-making process for eager students. According to EY’s digital strategy report, 94 per cent of people research ...

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