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Principals to visit Torres Strait Islands schools

School principals are getting ready to jet off to the remote Indigenous communities of the Torres Strait Islands. The annual Women Yarning Up trip is organised by Bond University in conjunction with the Alliance of Girls’ Schools Australasia. “Indigenous education ...

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UTS develops new master plan for local school

UTS architecture students will get hands-on experience developing a master plan for the campus redesign of a local high school. Postgraduate students and staff from UTS’s school of architecture have been appointed to guide the International Grammar School (IGS) through ...

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Job prospects slim for new grads

The job outlook for recent university graduates looks bleak, with a record number of students graduating into unemployment – that’s according to the latest research by Graduate Careers Australia. In 2014, 68.1 per cent of new bachelor degree graduates had ...

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NSW skills shortage explored by new study

The chronic skills shortage in regional New South Wales is the focus of a new research project led by Charles Sturt University. Professor Kishor Sharma, professor Edward Oczkowski and professor John Hicks from CSU’s faculty of business, together with Lani ...

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Keneally to mentor women in MBAs

Kristina Keneally has another new job. The former NSW premier and head of Basketball Australia has accepted an invitation to join the Macquarie Graduate School of Management as a mentor to women who embark on MBAs. Keneally, who was the ...

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