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A search for answers as business students flunk final

Hundreds of students studying postgraduate business programs at the University of Sydney have failed core subjects, leaving many shocked and confused. Almost 40 per cent of the more than 1200 students enrolled in Critical Thinking in Business failed, the Sydney University ...

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UWS rebrand a necessary evolution: Glover

The University of Western Sydney has formally announced its rebranding as ‘Western Sydney University’ with vice-chancellor Barney Glover defending the consultation process and long-term strategy behind the move. The announcement, made at the university’s Parramatta campus this morning, follows strong ...

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UC $1 billion campus transformation announced

The University of Canberra has announced a $1 billion investment plan to expand its campus that is expected to create jobs and boost economic growth in the nation’s capital. UC vice-chancellor professor Stephen Parker said the transformation of the Bruce campus ...

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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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