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ASM announces new physical and digital campuses

A leading private higher education provider has opened a new campus in the heart of Melbourne. The Australian School of Management’s new Flinders Street location will offer students a range of bachelor degrees, associate degrees and diplomas in business and ...

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Young unis stride towards gender equity

Often it’s the young who embrace change earliest, and this could apply to universities. Of the 106 companies accredited in 2016 by the federal government’s Workplace Gender Equality Agency as Employers of Choice for Gender Equality, 14 are universities. Of ...

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UNE introduces mini-degrees

The University of New England has announced that prospective students will now be able to study individual undergraduate and postgraduate subjects under its new Bespoke Courses model. Announced this week, Bespoke Courses aims to cater for those who want to ...

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Teens prefer print over e-books: study

New research shows teenagers still enjoy the age-old practice of sitting down and reading a hard-copy book. The preliminary findings of a study from Deakin University and Murdoch University researchers found that three-quarters of 12- to 16-year-olds prefer to read paper ...

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