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Sharp spike in student numbers

The number of student places at Australian universities has increased by more than a quarter since 2007, figures released by the government show.  Some 545,000 students will be at universities in 2012, an increase of five per cent on the 2011 figure ...

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Melbourne lifestyle wins but at a price

It might be one of the best cities in the world to be a student, according to international rankings by Quacquarelli Symonds, but Melbourne is not all it’s cracked up to be say some residents. Melbourne was beaten only by Paris, ...

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Monash debaters argue their way to the top

We are used to seeing our sportspeople achieve overseas – every Olympics miles of newsprint is dedicated to the success of the Australian swimming team, who are usually weighed down by far more gold than much larger countries. But there’s ...

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UNSW ‘should’ support ADFA cadets

The University of New South Wales needs to be more active in the provision of student care at the Australian Defence Force Academy, the university’s student president says. Osman Faruqi, SRC president at UNSW, which runs ADFA’s academic program, said ...

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Students mark unis for services

Universities will be asked to demonstrate they are taking on student input when it comes to the spending of funds collected under the new Student Services and Amenities bill passed recently by the Senate. The National Union of Students will ...

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QLD urged to revoke healthcare policy

Tertiary Education Minister Chris Evans says he will ask Queensland Premier Anna Bligh to revoke a state policy that denies hospital care to pregnant international students. In response to recent news that at least one Queensland hospital is refusing to ...

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