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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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What comes after the lucky country

Citizens of the lucky country can no longer rely on good fortune for prosperity – they must rely on capabilities. This is the premise of a new Mitchell Institute report. “Today the question is not if we should seek to teach young ...

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