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Microcredential funding to quickly upskill students

Tertiary education institutions can now apply for government assistance to access 50 new micro-credential courses for their students from mid-2024 in a new $10m up-skilling scheme. Micro-credentials are stand alone or complementary qualifications that can be completed in a short ...

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Bell to become ANU’s first woman VC

Techno-anthropologist Genevieve Bell AO will be the first woman to lead the Australian National University, taking over from Nobel prizewinner Brian Schmidt when he steps down at the end of the year. ANU chancellor Julie Bishop said Professor Bell, who ...

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Don’t get hung up on uni rankings, Clare says

Australia’s top universities have slid down the most recent world university rankings; however, experts say the popular rankings shouldn’t be the sole barometer of overall success. Times Higher Education (THE) published its 20th edition World University Rankings this year in ...

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Universities ramp up efforts in nuclear training

Australian universities have begun a pivot towards nuclear industry courses in what will be a decades-long effort to supply the skills required to build, operate and maintain a fleet of nuclear-powered submarines. Currently only two universities do in-depth research and ...

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ANU and Macquarie partnership

International undergraduates from ANU and Macquarie University will be able to study across both campuses as part of a new partnership between the two institutions. Starting in 2024, international students at either university will be able to study on exchange ...

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ANU named Australia’s most international uni

ANU's physics building. Gary Ramage/ News Corp Australia.

ANU has been ranked Australia’s most international university in the latest round of the Times Higher Education rankings.  Six Australian universities have ranked among the top 50 of the world's most international universities, but all saw a drop in their ...

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ANU VC Brian Schmidt resigns

Vice-Chancellor of Australian National University Professor Brian Schmidt has announced plans to resign at the end of the year. The Nobel laureate and astrophysicist told students and staff he would return to his role as professor of astronomy after eight ...

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