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Four higher education trends to watch out for in 2019

Higher education is changing. Many commentators are questioning the relevance of the physical campus. Degrees are no longer prerequisites to work at some of the world’s biggest companies. And government funding patterns are changing. How can Australian universities remain relevant ...

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Addressing campus transport issues through shared mobility

Australia’s transport culture is one which consists primarily of single-occupancy commutes. We are very much a car-loving nation, but this is causing headaches for universities around the country. Growth in student numbers and scarce parking facilities, mixed with our existing ...

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Supporting international students can help stem attrition

It’s no secret that the international student market is Australia’s third-largest export sector – supporting Australian communities, jobs, regional economies and the country’s relationship with the world. Australian universities are sitting on a further, multi-million-dollar opportunity in terms of tuition ...

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