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Universities react to China travel ban

Australia has closed its borders to most people travelling from or through mainland China to address concerns over the spread of the novel coronavirus, and universities have said they are not taking the decision lightly. Australian citizens, permanent residents and ...

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Universities support fire-ravaged communities

Universities are not only a place of learning, but they also play pivotal role in keeping towns and cities strong and connected during catastrophic events like the bushfires of the last two months. “University communities across Australia have responded powerfully to bushfires of unprecedented ...

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Foreign interference guidelines: What do they cover?

Universities have agreed to take on greater responsibilities to safeguard against foreign interference through new guidelines developed with government. Among the prompts laid out in the guidelines were that universities support staff to be mindful of foreign interference risks when collaborating ...

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Grattan Report: post-secondary concerns for young men

The latest Grattan Institute report , 'Risks and rewards: when is vocational education a good alternative to higher education? found that men who scored lower ATARs at school but gained vocational qualifications in engineering, construction and commerce could have higher average earnings than ...

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