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New rankings offer ‘broader’ picture

Melbourne University has developed a system to give a clearer picture of higher education around the world by including information such as what resources are put into universities. By Ross Williams. While there are any number of well-regarded global rankings ...

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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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One campus with different goals

As unis, TAFEs and private providers move into each other’s territory some interesting challenges arise, writes Nick Fredman. It is not news that broad economic and social change, and government policy, are eroding the barriers between vocational and higher education. ...

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Fight back, Neel tells climate researchers

Australian researchers should not waver in the face of scurrilous attacks on climate-change action, says adjunct Professor Roy Neel, the long-time chief of staff to former US vice-president Al Gore. Neel is visiting Australia for a month at the invitation ...

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