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Universities told to overhaul teaching degrees

Universities will have until 2025 to roll out major changes in their teaching degrees as part of a major shake-up of teacher education in Australia. Last week, education ministers signed off “in principle” on 14 recommendations from experts tasked to ...

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SA universities formalise plans to merge in 2026

The University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia have formalised plans to merge into the state’s largest higher education institution by 2026. Last week, the South Australian government announced it would invest $450 million to establish the new ...

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UOW deputy VC to head La Trobe

University of Wollongong deputy vice-chancellor Professor Leo Farrell has been announced as the new head of Victoria's La Trobe University. Professor Farrell, an internationally recognised war scholar, said he looked forward to realising a "bold and exciting" future for the ...

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New audit reveals QLD unis lost $1.3bn in 2022

Cash-strapped universities have been instructed to find new ways to make money to offset tumbling enrolments, as more school leavers choose work over study. Soaring living costs, especially rent, food and electricity, are forcing more Australian students to defer or ...

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QS 2024 World Rankings: UniMelb rises to the top

The University of Melbourne has achieved its highest-ever place in this year’s global higher education rankings, with three Australian universities breaking into the world’s top 20.  The annual QS World University Rankings ranked Melbourne University 14th globally and first in ...

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